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SELF CHECKING BARCODE FONTS
IDAutomation’s self-checking bar code fonts allow users to create barcodes in any application that uses fonts. The Code 39, Codabar and Industrial 2 of 5 self-checking fonts do not require any complicated check-digit calculations.
BARCODE FONTS REQUIRING CHECK DIGITS
IDAutomation has high-density barcodes that are not self-checking and therefore require check characters to be calculated and appended to the end of the data string. All are supplied with easy to understand methods and examples of calculating the check character. The most popular are Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, DataBar and UPC/EAN
2D BARCODE FONTS
PDF417 and other two dimensional barcodes such as Data Matrix, Aztec, Maxicode and QRCode allow encoding of more data in a smaller area.
MICR & OCR FONTS
IDAutomation MICR fonts allow printing of numbers and codes to create bank checks or drafts from blank check stock. The OCR-A and OCR-B fonts are used for OCR applications requiring these specific fonts.
It is important to have the ability to test printed barcodes with a barcode scanner. If a scanner is not available for testing purposes, IDAutomation offers several high-quality complete barcode scanner kits.
Low power CCD scanner that is easy to use, just plug into the USB port.
IDAutomation USB Barcode Scanner
Supports both Linear and 2D barcode as well as includes a print quality assessment feature to test 2D barcodes.