- Mobile Computing
- Wireless infrastructure
- Obsolete - Discontinued
Here you can see additional information of each type of product that we have in our page: Barcode readers, label printers, card printers, RFID, etc ...
Thermal printers types
Barcode printers can play a very important role in managing your business information. As a business owner wanting to keep track of your company's assets, barcodes offer an easy and convenient method that provide information about your products and material goods. The best way to manage and regulate this type of information is to create labels that include the appropriate specifications that correspond to your specific activities. At Logiscenter we want to help you to choose the barcode printer that best suits your needs.
Types of PDAs and Tablets
Portable terminals are similar to personal digital assistants (PDA). The difference is that mobile terminals are much more resistant than PDAs. Within our website, you will find a selection of terminals with scanners built into the device itself. Although our terminals are organized in one group, there are multiple configurations and options to choose from. The information provided below will help you in your selection process.
Types of Barcode Scanners
A barcode scanner is a device that provides an effective, safe and quick way to capture information: typically through a product code. The scanner is a key component in all bar code applications. Commonly this type of equipment is used at reception areas, in shipping, tracking, inventory, and sales. Both wired and wireless barcode scanners are sufficient for these types of applications.
Card printer type
Card printers transfer an image from a digital file to a card, the card printing process is done by sublimation technology, by either thermal or direct transfer.
Logiscenter offers a wide range of bar code labels, tapes (ribbons), printheads, pre-printed labels and asset tags. From standard format labels to labels used in special conditions and extreme applications, Logiscenter can help you choose the most suitable items for your needs
RFID has been a buzz word for anyone who is interested in any type of item identification. Until now, barcode has been the most trusted identification system and has served many companies for decades. However, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a technology that uses chips smaller than a grain of sand to track or identify objects at a distance. Although RFID may not be the right replacement for barcodes in all circumstances, it offers some advantages you can choose to make your business easier. RFID implementation in your company is more complex than using simple barcodes, but we will help you learn what you need to know to get started.