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Published on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

aSa introduces new mobile scanner

Our new mobile scanner may look like a normal everyday cell phone ... but behind the contemporary design is a device that is built for speed, connectivity, and the rigors of your rebar shop. We are now offering the Zebra TC56 as our solution for mobile scanning.

Mobile scanners are used by aSa Bundle Inventory, Material Tracking, and Load Tracking modules. They are ideal for scanning at stock bins, loading bays, and other areas where mobility is required.

Below are just a few highlights of the new device:

  • Built-in 1.8 GHz hexa-core 64-bit processor
  • Glove-friendly touch-screen operation
  • Impact-protected body and Corning Gorilla Glass screen
  • Omnidirectional scanning; captures even dirty or poorly printed barcodes
  • Supports the fastest Wi-Fi connections and 4G LTE
  • Android 7.0 Nougat Operating System


New Web Tracking Technology

The physical scanner isn't the only thing that's new. The aSa software used by our mobile scanners is now browser-based, rather than an application running on the Windows Mobile operating system. This opens up the possibility for supporting additional devices and new job site tools in the future.
The new scanners are available immediately. Contact us to learn more or to place an order.

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9/10/2018 6:33 AM

Bearcat and Radio Shack have relative inexpensive scanners. However, many police departments use trunking radios. If you want to hear them, you would need a trunking scanner and they are a little more expensive.

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