You need a barcode to keep track of inventory and assets. Trackmail and packages and control logins. The majority of retail storestoday are using a barcode system therefore if… you want to sell yourproduct through retail stores as well as online stores such asAmazon or eBay you require your product to have a barcode. codes, the priceis available in discount. Â· (MORE)
If you need to get a UPC (Universal Product Code) now known as GS1 for the purpose of selling your items in a retail Establishment that demand it, then you will need to regist…er with GS1 and get the bar codes from them. Other bar codes are very simple to get. Lets assume you need to get a bar code for your product ID. Use any label design program (I recommend NiceLabel Evaluation Software), simply choose the TYPE of bar code you want and give it the information you want to convert to bar code, such as Product ID and the software will do the rest. It will automatically generate the correct format of the bar code you need. (MORE)
There are two ways to get the (EAN /UPC) Barcodes: .
You can lease Barcodes from GS1 by paying a large amount formembership and then pay annual renewal fees every year to… retainyour barcodes. (or) .
You can buy Barcodes from a Barcode reseller like us. (MORE)
The simple answer is that a barcode is a code that a contains information in the form of bars. This information is printed and then scanned (read) by a scanner that can decode… the message in the bars and convert it back to the original information. One of the most widely used ways of using barcodes is the UPC (Universal Product Code) that is the barcode we all see at the grocery store on every product we buy. The barcode contains a series of numbers that represent the manufacturer code as well as information about the product itself. When the scanner "reads" the barcode into the POS (point of sale) system, it matches the actual number with the item description and price. The output of this simple action is the printing of your receipt with the item code, description and price you paid for it. There are many types of barcodes, simple ones as the ones described above that contain only one type of information and more complex ones containing many pieces of information. (MORE)
A barcode reader (or barcode scanner ) is an electronic device for reading printed barcodes. Like a flatbed scanner, it consists of a light source, a lens and a light senso…r translating optical impulses into electrical ones. Additionally, nearly all barcode readers contain decoder circuitry analyzing the barcode's image data provided by the sensor and sending the barcode's content to the scanner's output port. (MORE)
If you go to a shop and pick up almost any product (say a tin of beans), then if you look at the label on the tin you will see a small rectangle printed on it made up of black… lines separated by spaces. These black lines are the barcode and when scanned by a computer laser the pattern formed by the bars can be read as a number. The number is unique to the product and this enables the checkout till to find the price for the product and the store to update its stock records (to order another tin to replace the one sold). (MORE)