This tiny (30mm x 62mm x 16mm and only 28g!) pocket memory scanner makes barcode data collection simple for anyone.
Using the scanner is straightforward – scan a barcode and it will be stored automatically. If you make a mistake, the lower button allows you to re-scan the barcode to remove the item from memory.
For easy data transfer, the scanner is equipped with a standard USB port, which is also used to charge the internal battery.
The scanner has a large internal memory – over 10,000 codes can be stored and removed by the user at any time, with time and date stamping if needed.
The size and weight of the scanner provides mobility and flexibility, while two button operation makes it plain and simple to use.
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The OPN 2001 pocket memory scanner makes barcode data collection simple for anyone. Using this scanner is straightforward – scan a barcode and it will be stored automatically. If you make a mistake, the lower button allows you to re-scan the barcode in order to remove the item from memory.
“The result was first-class. We could not fault ASP on this project. They have a logical, systematic approach to system development that inspires confidence. We needed software and equipment that would deliver speed and reliability, and ASP has achieved that for us. There are particular challenges in the use of RFID in self-service installations and ASP developed a robust system precisely meeting our requirements. Their thorough practical knowledge of all components of the software and hardware meant that any problems that arose were rapidly resolved.”
Since 2004, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has partnered with ASP Microcomputers to develop and implement a custom solution to track Census forms in real time
A seven storey building in the heart of Melbourne was the location of the Australian Bureau of Statistics Data Processing Centre (DPC) for the 2006 census. In 2011 the DPC is in the old Age building on Spencer Street in Melbourne. The task of tracking the millions of forms in the DPC for the 2011 census is again going to be deployed by ASP Microcomputers custom built solution Around 40,000 census officers are appointed to distribute and collect the forms to every household in Australia, and each is allocated a Collection District (CD). The eighteen pages which make up the census form are collected and sent back to the DPC in Melbourne for processing. Over 800 people are employed to manage and process the more than nine million completed census forms that are returned to the DPC.
That’s where ASP’s solution starts.
Design an effective and secure real time census form tracking and reporting system for implementation at the Data Processing Centre in Melbourne.
- A real time barcode tracking system over a 802.11 wireless infrastructure of the DPC
- A barcode scanner program using ASP’s middleware RFolution!™
- Custom designed labels
- Four custom developed PC applications – Label Printing, Configuration, Enquiry & Reporting, and Receipt & Registration
- Data replication using Microsoft® SQL server
- Exceeded security requirement
- Freedom to move across all floors to scan packs over a wireless infrastructure
- Wide range of reporting
- Ergonomic and light weight scanners
- Rapid application development
- Fast data transmission
- Instant pack location
Hardware and Software
- Denso BHT303BW portable barcode scanners with 802.11 radio frequency transmission
- Industrial label printer and custom labels
- ASP RFolution!™ middleware
- Cisco access points