Rugged Barcode Scanners Improve Productivity in Warehouses and Manufacturing Facilities

If your employees don’t have the ability to scan items quickly and easily, you waste time, sacrifice productivity, and potentially even lose track of items—ultimately—your bottom line suffers. By investing in Zebra 3600 Series scanners, you give your employees the tools they need to keep operations running as smoothly as possible. Check out these benefits.

Practically Indestructible

Designed for warehouse and manufacturing environments, Zebra 3600 Series scanners feature a nearly indestructible design. To preserve their internal components, these scanners are dust-tight and spray proof. They’re also waterproofed to the IP67 standard and come with an IP65-sealed cradle so you never have to worry about unexpected spills or leaks causing a malfunction.

Even if the scanner gets dropped, the employee can typically pick it up and keep working without missing a beat. These scanners can survive falls from 8 feet high onto the hardest concrete. They also work in extremely low temperatures, making them the ideal solution for cold chain environments.

First-Time Capture, Every Time

Scanning and rescanning a barcode may only take a few seconds, but when you account for all the times this happens in all of your facilities, the seconds quickly turn into hours of wasted time. To safeguard productivity and ensure you’re not paying workers to wrestle with poor quality tools, Zebra 3600 Series scanners offer first-time capture every time.

Enjoy lightning fast capture of all barcodes and direct marks displayed on screens or printed on labels. Even damaged, dirty, and low-contrast barcodes are no problem.

Variety of Options Tailored to Your Needs

The DS-3608 and DS-3678 use an array imager to capture barcodes and direct part marks, while the LI-3608 and LI-3670 use linear imaging, and within those categories, you have even more options. Depending on your needs, you can choose standard range (SR) or give yourself the ability to read barcodes up to 70 feet away with extended range (ER) scanners. Alternatively, opt for the high-density (HD) or direct parts mark (DPA) scanners.

With all these scanners, you can choose from corded or cordless options. You can also add a variety of peripherals to customize the scanning solution for your unique needs.

Easy to Set Up and Use

Regardless of the exact scanner you select, you can look forward to an easy setup process and an unrivaled out-of-box experience. Complimentary management tools allow you to remotely configure these scanners, update their data formats for transmission into your business applications, track maintenance and repair requests, and monitor battery life for cordless models.

From the assembly line to quality control and everywhere in between, Zebra rugged scanners provide your team with an easy-to-execute scanning option, and users can choose between visual, auditory, or haptic feedback modes so they always know when they’ve successfully scanned a code.

Trade-In Rebates Available

To help you save money on the cost of investing in new scanners, Zebra has a trade-in program. Right now, you can return qualifying old equipment for rebates worth up to $250 toward the cost of upgrades.

Ready to revolutionize your manufacturing and distribution workflows? Learn more by contacting us today at Tri-State Business Systems, LLC at (908) 359-8001, or look through our website  for more products and solutions.