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Datalogic GFS4100

The Datalogic GFS4100 is fixed barcode scanner based on the successful Gryphon handheld scanner series.

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Using advanced imaging technology, the Gryphon™ I GFS4100 fixed mount bar code reader provides a complete self-contained solution for OEM use into self-service kiosks, price verifiers, ticket readers, document handling, and medical laboratory applications, as well as vending machines and other automated equipment.

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Designed for easy integration, the Gryphon I GFS4100 reader provides a simple ‘plug-and-play’ solution for system designers. Constructed using high-impact resin to withstand repeated cleanings with solvents and disinfectant solutions, the sealed enclosure meets industrial standards against water and particulates to provide dependable and reliable scanning performance.

The Gryphon I GFS4100 OEM module shares the same excellent reading characteristics found in the premium line of Gryphon™ 4100 series of handheld devices. Featuring outstanding near-field reading, a wide angle field-of-view, improved motion tolerance and snappy reading, it also offers integrators excellent performance on decoding poor or damaged codes. As with all Gryphon readers, the GFS4100 reader offers users additional good-read visual confirmation with Datalogic’s patented ‘Green Spot’ technology.

The Gryphon I GFS4100 reader supports several modes that can be used as a trigger. The module has the ability to automatically sense objects and trigger itself. A continuous scan mode transmits data whenever a bar code passes into its field of view. The reader can be triggered remotely using input from programmable logic controller (PLC) or sensor.

Available in two models, the GFS4150-9 model supports an RS-232 serial interface, or the GFS4170 features a USB interface. The USB version supports both USB-HID for easy integration and keyboard emulation, or USB COM for virtual serial communications.

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