The RS-2006 is a product that comes forth from innovation, experience, and the ever-changing needs in the market. This ring scanner is designed to be around your finger so that you can be mobile while scanning and also use both hands.
The RS-2006 enables organizations to easily integrate barcode scanning while still providing its wearer with the ability to use both hands. It combines the mobility of a Companion Scanner with the hand-free option of a Cabled Scanner. Some of the uses include Sales and service, retail point-of-sale, inventory management, asset tracking, visitor registration, and inventory.
The RS-2006 is put around your finger using the adjustable strap, making sure that your thumb can reach the trigger button. After that, the ring scanner can be used to scan any 1D barcode with a single thumb movement, after which both hands are free to use for any action.
How we describe the RS-2006
The RS-2006 is a ring scanner that fits perfectly around the finger, with the trigger button in reach of the thumb so only a single finger is needed to activate the scanner. Because the scanner is around the finger both hands are free to be used. The finger strap is adjustable and therefore the ring scanner can be worn on the left or right hand. It has Bluetooth 4.0 and Bluetooth Low Energy to ensure rapid real-time data transfer to any system. If no connection can be made it will be stored in the ring itself until a proper connection is established. It is a rugged scanner withstanding drops on concrete from 1.5 meters and is extremely lightweight with only 42 grams. It scans all 1D barcodes and can connect to any device whether it is Windows, Android, Apple, or Blackberry.
Using the RS-2006 is simple and straightforward. One button to scan the barcode and one button to correct any mistakes made while both actions providing visual feedback for smooth interaction.
A few highlights why this ring scanner should be around your finger:
- 1D scanning
- Combining mobile and hands-free scanning.
- Trigger button placed just right to be pressed by your thumb.