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  • Code 128
    (EAN 128 / GS1 128 / PayPoint)

    Widely adopted by many industry applications, the Code 128 barcode is a high-density linear symbology that encodes text, numbers, numerous functions and the entire 128 ASCII character set (from ASCII 0 to ASCII 128). Because of its high-density alphanumeric symbolo [...]

  • Code 39

    The most widely used linear symbology, Code 39 can be read by virtually any barcode reader and was the first alpha-numeric symbology to be developed for use in non-retail environments for diverse applications such as name badges, inventory and industrial use. The C [...]

  • EAN 8 – 2/5 Supplements

    EAN-8 barcodes are the shorter version of EAN-13 barcodes, designed to use as little space as possible. They encode a GTIN-8 identification number and can be used globally to classify different retail products by brand, model and variation, right down to the weight [...]

  • EAN13 – 2/5 Supplements / ISBN

    EAN-13 barcodes were designed by the International Article Numbering Association to identify a specific retail product type, in a specific packaging configuration, from a specific manufacturer. EAN barcodes (now known as GS1 barcodes in Europe) are used for lookup

  • Interleaved 2 of 5

    Interleaved 2 of 5 is a continuous two-width barcode symbology that is commonly used in the warehouse industry to encode case number SCC14. Also known as USS ITF 2/5, I-2/5 or ITF 2of5, Interleaved 2 of 5 is based on Standard 2 of 5 Symbology but has the added bene [...]

  • UPC-A

    UPC-A is the most common and well-known symbology in the USA. It is used for marking virtually every consumer retail product sold in the supermarket, as well as books, magazines and newspapers. The UPC-A barcode identifies the manufacturer and specific product so t [...]

  • UPC-E

    UPC-E is the short form of the widely used UPC-A symbology. It is used to reduce the data length from 12 digits to six-digits, by compressing the extra zeros and then automatically re-inserting them at the scanner. Only barcodes containing zeroes are candidates for [...]