CCSCN1 OEM Array Imager Scan Engine
Add World-Class 1D/2D Self-Scanning to Your Equipment in Minutes
Are you creating equipment where consumers will be doing the scanning? The CCSCN1 is the fastest and easiest way to add the most advanced scanning technology to everything from ATM machines and lottery terminals to self-checkout stands and blood pressure kiosks. It couldn’t be simpler or faster — just attach with three mounting screws, plug into the full-speed micro USB 2.0 interface and power up your host application. The CCSCN1 — the easiest way to add Zebra’s world-class scanning to your customer-facing self-scanning solutions.
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Captures virtually any 1D or 2D barcode
Supports many applications through the ability to capture 1D and 2D barcodes displayed on the screen of a mobile phone or printed on plastic loyalty cards or paper labels — even if they are damaged or poorly printed.
Wide-angle VGA ensures successful scanning
A large oversized field of view helps ensure successful scanning for untrained users — items can be presented from near contact to as far as a foot (30.48 cm) away.
omni-directional simplicity and motion tolerance
This scanner never needs alignment and items can be scanned as fast as they are presented due to our patent-pending fast pulse illumination that eliminates hand jitter and enables rapid-fire continual barcode scanning.
for customer facing applications
Whether you are developing ATM machines, lottery terminals, self-checkout stands, self-diagnostic healthcare equipment or other kiosk-style equipment, the first time a consumer tries to scan, no matter what type of barcode they need to scan, it simply needs to work. With the CCSCN1 from Zebra, it will. And it couldn’t be simpler.
0.67 in. H x 1.18 in. W x 1.02 in. D
(17mm H x 30mm W x 26mm D)
Full-speed micro USB 2.0 interface
1D and 2D Barcodes
Planning for Future Needs
Our proven models and sophisticated design tools help you predict end-user demand for new services and understand your traffic requirements to define what system elements need to change.