Tuesday, February 19, 2008

IDAutomation Newsletter: February 2008

by Nate Schubert

IDAutomation.com provides Barcode Fonts, Bar Code Components, ActiveX Controls, DLLs, ASP Barcode Server for IIS, Java Servlets, label printing applications and other barcode software
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New Products:
IDAutomation Native Barcode Generator Plug-in for FileMaker

Product Updates:
IDAutomation SC5USB Plug 'n Play Barcode Scanner - On Sale for $99
Oracle Reports Barcode PLL with PL/SQL Source

New Hardware:
Opticon OPN 2001 Pocket Memory Barcode Scanner

Recent Press Releases:
New Product: Native Barcode Generator for FileMaker
New Product: Microsoft Access Barcode Integration Kit
New Product: Aztec Font and Encoder

Additional Information:
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Additional Press Releases

Native Barcode Generator for FileMaker:

Native Barcode Generator for FileMaker

The new patent pending Native Barcode Generator for FileMaker is an easy-to-use plug-in extension that may be embedded into a FileMaker report to create barcode images without the installation of additional fonts or other components. It is the complete barcode generator that is provided as a single redistributable plug-in file. Supported symbologies include Code 3 of 9, GS1-128, Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 128, POSTNET and PLANET.

More information about the IDAutomation Native Barcode Generator for FileMaker, including a download of the evaluation version, is provided at: http://www.idautomation.com/filemaker/native/

SC5USB Plug 'n Play Barcode Scanner:

Get a leap on this deal! For a limited time, our popular SC5USB Plug 'n Play Barcode Scanner is on sale for $99. Sales ends 2/29/2008.

SC5USB Plug 'n Play Barcode ScannerThis durable and ergonomically designed IDAutomation Plug 'n Play USB scanner is the best value handheld scanner in its class. It offers the performance of a laser scanner with no moving parts to wear out at a lower cost. The CCD scan engine in this scanner can focus on smaller barcodes better than most lasers scanners and still read large barcodes. It scans linear bar codes that are up to 4.2" wide from near contact to 10" away at 200 scans per second. The SC5USB scanner connects via a USB port making it compatible for both Windows PC's and Apple Mac's, perfect for laptops and PDA devices. It contains its own built-in decoder so information scanned appears as if it had been typed from the keyboard.

More information about the IDAutomation SC5USB Plug 'n Play Barcode Scanner is provided at: http://idautomation.com/scanners/SC5USB.html

Oracle Reports Barcode PLL with PL/SQL Source:

Oracle Reports PLL for BarcodingIDAutomation.com, Inc. announces the release of their new Oracle Reports Barcode PLL with PL/SQL Source. The barcode library is a cross-platform PLL file that formats data from fields in the report to barcode fonts. Includes PL/SQL source code and is compatible with Windows, Linux and Unix. Code 128 (sets A, B and C), Postnet, Planet, GS1-128, Interleaved 2 of 5, ITF, UPC-A, EAN-13 and EAN-8 are supported. The barcode library is royalty-free when used with one of our barcode fonts. The fonts are available at: http://www.idautomation.com/fonts/

Additional updates to this PLL include adding support for the Universal Barcode Font Advantage™. This package is a single font that supports multiple barcode types. It is also designed to be compatible with multiple operating systems and locales, including Double Byte versions of Windows such as those used in China and Japan as well as other Asian locale settings.

Opticon OPN 2001 Pocket Memory Barcode Scanner:

OPN 2001 Pocket Memory Barcode ScannerThe OPN 2001 Pocket Memory Barcode Scanner is an easy-to-use compact barcode scanner which scans up to 10,000 barcodes and stores them automatically. Opticon's pocket-size scanner priced at $119 has 512 KB of memory and an internal Lithium-Ion battery charged via USB connection.

More information about the OPN 2001 Pocket Memory Barcode Scanner is provided at: http://www.idautomation.com/portable_memory/pocket-memory.html



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