Datalogic has extended its Gryphon series

Datalogic has extended its Gryphon series of handheld readers to include the Gryphon D120/220 models. Both models boast full USB interface connectivity and embedded RS232, which extends their usage in the ICT and POS market.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  August 17, 2003

Datalogic has extended its Gryphon series of handheld readers to include the Gryphon D120/220 models. Both new models boast full USB interface connectivity and embedded RS232, which allows the readers to be used in any application in the ICT and POS market.

Furthermore, the Gryphon D120/220 models are compatible with a wide range of operating systems, including Windows 98 and above, Mac OS 8.0 and above, IBM POS for Windows and 4690. In addition, the reader does not need an external power supply since it can be powered directly from the PC.

According to Datalogic, these new models represent a first for the company due to their ability to read Reduced Space Symbology (RSS), which is an emerging symbology that facilitates greater information retention and is particularly suitable for applications in the retail/food and healthcare sectors.

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