2D barcodes and RFID help medical labs and pharmacies track critical items like medications, blood, tissue and other specimen samples to improve accuracy and efficiency. But barcodes found in the lab — from tiny barcodes on microscope slides to curved barcodes on medication bottles — can be challenging for a general purpose imager. Zebra’s DS9900 Series is purpose-built for lab environments, offering unparalleled productivity and ease of use. Workers get first-time, every time capture of the many types of barcodes found in the lab including small, high density, curved and color-coded. A one-of-a-kind hybrid design offers both handheld and hands-free scanning, with seamless switching between modes. And an RFID model combines barcode scanning with RFID capabilities to read RFID tags on blood bags and other specimen samples. Improve workflow and accuracy with the hybrid imager built for the lab — the DS9900 Series.
Scan it all with virtually no exceptions
The DS9900 Series combines a high-resolution megapixel sensor and Zebra’s exclusive PRZM Intelligent Imaging technology for unparalleled performance on virtually any barcode found in pharmacies and labs — including poorly printed, shiny, faded, dirty and damaged, as well as electronic barcodes on dimly lit displays. Its high density focus easily reads smaller high density barcodes on microscope slides as well as curved barcodes on medicine bottles and blood vials. White illumination LEDs make it easy to scan barcodes on color-coded specimen trays and biopsy cassettes. The result? High-confidence scanning in the lab with first-time, every time capture of even the most challenging barcodes for fewer workflow disruptions.