As a member of the Zebra 3600 Ultra-Rugged Series of scanners, the practically indestructible 1D/2D DS3678-ER cordless scanner is ready for one of the world’s toughest environments — the warehouse. Designed to capture any 1D or 2D barcode from near contact to as far as 70 ft./ 21.4 m away, these scanners provide the ultimate in versatility — workers can capture large picklist codes and small codes at near contact as easily as barcodes on pallets and location codes on the top of your warehouse racks. And truly unstoppable performance helps you drive throughput, accuracy and customer service to a new level.
You get the ultimate in scanning performance — period. Your workers can scan virtually any 1D or 2D barcode from near contact to as far as 70 ft./ 21.4 m away in practically any condition, as fast as they can pull the trigger. Even if barcodes are under shrinkwrap on a pallet; damaged, dirty or poorly printed; on a picklist; or on your highest warehouse rack, no problem — this intelligent scanner can handle it all.
The warehouse and manufacturing plant floor is as tough as its gets. That’s why we created a new product category — the ultra-rugged scanner. These freezer-ready corded and cordless models are the only scanners in this class that are dust-tight, sprayproof and waterproofed to IP67, with an IP65-sealed cradle for a complete rugged cordless solution.
With our complimentary industry-best tools, managing these scanners couldn’t be easier. You can remotely configure and upgrade your scanners, format data properly for instant transmission into your business applications, monitor battery statistics for your cordless models and more.
In addition to superior scanning performance, an ultra-rugged design and unparalleled manageability, you get more features that make this scanner easier than ever for your workers to use, including an aiming pattern for first-time accurate capture of barcodes on pick lists in hand and on the top shelf of a rack; a special mode that simultaneously captures all or specific bar codes on a label with many barcodes; mix-and-match feedback modes so workers can see, hear or feel successful scans; an extreme temperature rating for freezer use and more.