Snout redesigned on barcode reader

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Barcode Automation has redesigned its BA-200 Barcode Reader with a smaller snout on the aluminum housing, which the company says will allow vehicles to pass closer to the reader while decreasing the possibility of damage from colliding during operation. The reader installation also takes up less overall volume, allowing easier mounting on lane curbs or islands, according to Barcode.

The BA-200 system, which is ETL-certified to UL294 Standard, provides the user an effective tool for managing right of entry into private or secured or reserved areas that require high standards of vehicular access control, the company says. The unit, which will read automatic vehicle identification decals at up to a 6-foot distance moving at 25 mph, readily communicates with computer software systems and other access control equipment, such as security panels and telephone entry systems, via a standard 26 bit Wiegand output or RS232 computer interface.

For more information, go to www.barcode-automation.com.