Zebra LI4278 Cordless USB Scanner with Cradle
LI4278 Black Standard Cradle USB Kit
- LI4278-SR20007WR Scanner (10 meter range from cradle)
- CBA-U01-S07ZAR USB Cable
- CR0078-SC10007WR Cradle
Note. A separate PSU is not required as the USB cable is used for communicating and charging. However, if you wanted to also add a power supply (PWRS-14000-258R) this will decrease the charge time.
GENERAL PURPOSE CORDLESS LINEAR IMAGER
THE NEXT GENERATION IN 1-D SCANNING
The LI4278 takes 1-D bar code scanning to the next level, allowing workers to scan faster and farther. Workers can capture virtually any 1-D bar code ' including the typical bar codes that are printed on paper labels; electronic bar codes displayed on the screen of a mobile phone, tablet or computer that allows retailers to easily process loyalty cards, mobile coupons and more; and the high density (HD) bar codes commonly used in electronic component manufacturing. 100 percent UPC bar codes can be captured from near contact to over 30 in./76.2 cm away, while 200% UPC codes can be scanned at 55 in./139.7 cm away. Since bar codes can be captured at extreme angles, scanning is easier than ever, so workers spend less time maneuvering the scanner and more time on task. And an optional cradle that enables presentation mode gives your workers the flexibility to use the scanner in handheld and hands-free modes.
Bluetooth frees workers from cords, allowing cashiers to easily scan items inside and outside of the cash wrap. In addition, Bluetooth v2.1 with EDR provides better encryption for improved security; better wireless performance; better energy management to preserve power for a full shift and easy pairing with the host device.
BUILT FOR ALL DAY EVERYDAY USE
A patent pending single circuit board improves reliability by eliminating interconnections. Superior battery power management delivers the largest number of scans per battery charge to support scan intensive applications. You can use it in dusty and wet environments. The scan line is easy to see outdoors in bright sunlight as well as indoors in dim lighting. It can survive drops to concrete. And both cradles can handle over a quarter million insertions.