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RE: AS/400 Wireless Barcode Scanner



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We also sell barcode products. Feel free to contact our specialist, David
Wolfe...

Mitchell K. Kleinman
Executive Vice President
CCS- an IBM Premier Business Partner
mitch@ccseservers.com
Office: (949) 261-3298 - Direct
Mobile: (949) 922-2434
Fax: (949) 261-9164


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At my former company, we used Symbol LRT3800 RF scanners for this same
thing.  The LRT3800 operated in the 900Mhz Spread Spectrum bandwidth.
Symbol also had a later series that operated at 2.4Mhz.  I know that
Intermec and LXE also offer the 5250 emulation with their products.  We
bought our equipment through Peak Technologies, a division of Moore
Business
Forms.  Peak offers sales and service for barcode hardware from a number of
different suppliers.  If you'd like, I can put you in touch with our Peak
Account representative.

Best of Luck.

Dennis Strobel
BWAY Corporation

-----Original Message-----
From: Bielskus, Mindaugas [mailto:Mindaugas@oneac.com]
Sent: Friday, November 15, 2002 4:17 PM
To: bpcs-l@midrange.com
Subject: AS/400 Wireless Barcode Scanner


Hi,

Does anybody know of a product that takes the place of the IBM 2482 bar
code
scanner for the AS/400?  We are looking for all the components: the
scanner,
the network card for the AS/400, the antenna, etc.

For those not familiar with this product.  This is a real time scanner for
the AS/400 that emulates a 5250 terminal.  Thus any information that you
enter is immediately, without any other process, available to all the
other
AS/400 users.  It is wireless, uses a battery, can accept a variety of bar
code symbologies.  Since it emulates a 5250, you can use an RPG program to
do the data collection.

Thanks,

Mindaugas Bielskus
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