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.
Rapid-fire scanning to boost productivity
With an 800 MHz microprocessor, advanced illumination system and first-pass read rates up to 240 in./610 cm per second, the DS9900 Series provides near instant barcode capture. With the widest field of view in its class, the scanner requires less precision when positioning items — making hands-free scanning easier than ever.
Optional RFID model for blood bag tracking and more
An RFID model offers barcode scanning and UHF RFID reading/writing in a single platform — providing an ideal solution for tracking serial numbers, expiration dates and other critical data in blood processing. Workers can read multiple RFID-tagged samples in one pass without line of sight. The RFID model operates from a single USB port and does not require an external power supply. Complimentary RFID data conversion software reports RFID tag data as a standard barcode so you don’t need to modify your existing application.