The Benefits Of Flexible Barcode Scanning
So how exactly does flexible barcode scanning work? With InspectNTrack, our barcode system allows you to scan existing barcodes on equipment for inspection. Alternatively, you can create new 1D or 2D barcodes on your equipment and use those for inspection. You also have the option to skip barcodes altogether.
When you’re inspecting a fire extinguisher, our flexible barcode scanning system accepts inputs that include 1D, 2D, QR, manufacturer’s barcodes, existing barcodes, or brand-new barcodes. You can easily add a new barcode and inspect the extinguisher even if it hasn’t been inspected that way before.
If you have degraded barcodes that don’t work or are in need of replacement, it is simple to swap and replace these barcodes with new ones.
Barcode Scanning App With InspectNTrack Hardware
If your facility does not have the hardware to perform barcode scanning, you can shop InspectNTrack hardware for the functionality you need. Our handheld scanners enable full barcode scanning for all of your inspections. They pair easily with devices using BlueTooth or USB. Our scanners are compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows 10.
We have several different types of scanners available for purchase. If you prefer USB devices, our handheld USB scanner is the best, easy-to-use option for you. And luckily, using the scanner is just as simply as it sounds. You simply “point and shoot,” meaning you direct the scanner to the barcode to perform the scan.
InspectNTrack also offers a BlueTooth handheld scanner, a DuraScan BlueTooth scanner, and a DuraScan D740 BlueTooth scanner. Depending on your inspection needs, you have options to shop in order to find the right scanner for your workplace. All of these scanners allow for flexible barcode scanning and will allow your inspection technician to breeze through assets.