Any barcode scanning task requires a minimum of two components: a scanner to scan the barcode, and software to collect the data. The LDX10 provides both as a complete out-of-the-box solution. By itself, the LDX10 handheld mobile computer makes for quick and easy barcode scanning in a lightweight, ergonomically-friendly device. The base model can scan 1-dimensional barcodes like UPC, Code 39, or Code 128 symbologies. The enhanced model with the 2D Imager can read 1D barcodes as well, but can also read 2-dimensional barcodes like QR codes.
What makes the LDX10 such an exceptional value is that it comes pre-loaded with our popular DC Suite software, which includes seven applications for everyday tasks like cycle counting and asset tracking.
Most users can simply charge the battery of the LDX10, select one of the pre-loaded applications, and go to work. Once they have collected their data, the file can be uploaded to a PC over a USB connection.
Now the data is ready to be accessed using Microsoft Excel® or uploaded as a text file into third-party accounting or inventory software.
For more advanced requirements, LDX10 users can download DC Console from the AML website. DC Console is a powerful program generator that allows anyone, including non-programmers, to modify the existing DC Suite applications, or create brand new ones. DC Console is available free of charge to LDX10 users.
No other product delivers both components of a barcode data collection system at such an affordable price. $795 US MSRP
The LDX10 is convenient in situations where Wi-Fi access is not available or for intermittent-use applications such as: retail back-office, tool crib, service van, small warehouse, parts room, and mail room.
If real-time data is preferred, the Striker has the ability to transmit and receive DC Suite files over a Wi-Fi network.
Some common LDX10 handheld mobile computer tasks might include: cycle counts, check-in/check-out, quality audits, asset counts, receiving, and lot/serial number logging.