Handsfree scanners are the next-generation wearable devices engaging workers and enabling maximized efficiency. Furthermore, the minimal design creates exceptional experiences in customer-facing areas, as well as in the warehouse.
Zebra’s new RS5100 Single Finger Bluetooth Ring Scanner combines versatility and features to offer the best-in-class benefits when it comes to productivity wearables.
Point-and-shoot scanning simplicity
The RS5100 finger scanner takes the ease-of-use and manageability to a new level.
This rugged, yet comfortable device, features two scanning options. The SE4710 delivers high-performance scanning with red illumination and orange LED aiming spot. The global shutter sensor and high-end lens in the SE4770 offer high-performance scanning, and superior motion tolerance, ideal for intensive scanning applications. The SE4770’s crisp red laser cross-hair aimer is available with white or red illumination.
Both scanning engines enable your workforce to quickly and accurately capture virtually any barcode. The PRZM Intelligent Imaging, a megapixel sensor, and Zebra’s superior algorithm help your workers near-instantly scan damaged, dirty, or poorly printed 1D and 2D barcodes.
Ensuring continuity in operations for enterprises of all levels
The technology behind the RS5100 offers a solution to one of the realities in warehouse operations: electrostatic discharge. Concrete floors often destroy sensitive electronics.
Thus, Zebra’s RS5100 was specifically built to surpass competitors, by handling higher levels of electrostatic discharge, making it a safe long-term wearable choice.
As with any product coming from the world-leading technology provider, Zebra, durability is a key feature.
RS5100 was designed to resist countless drops, bumps or even high-pressure water flows. Compared to other finger scanners on the market, it’s not using a hook-and-loop fastener. Instead, a metal buckle and nylon straps make sure that the scanner is cost-effective for any business, allowing several years of usage.
A lower Total Cost of Ownership is also easier to achieve, thanks to the rechargeable battery. And there’s a choice here too. The standard battery lasts for 12 hours or 14,400 scans on a single charge. The extended PowerPrecision+ battery is meant for colder environments and longer shifts.
To gain full control of the wearable’s battery lifetime, workers can view and manage notifications in the device’s PowerPrecision Console.
The RS5100 single finger scanner meets all expectations in high-volume and time-sensitive operations. The trigger assembly is removable and swappable, and each of its elements can be replaced on-site.
For the backroom cost-efficiency and time management, Zebra has designed the ShareCradles that can charge 20 RS5100 ring scanners or 40 RS5100 batteries.
The RS5100 – mobile workers’ favorite in usability and design
Unlike other finger scanners, Zebra’s RS5100 is very small, which makes it comfortable to wear throughout the day. Workers can choose between the right and the left-hand placement, or they can wear it on a lanyard. Either way, the risk of losing this finger scanner is greatly reduced.
The RS5100 is also very precise in scanning, especially in tight areas. The sensor calculates a bigger “sweet spot” during barcode recognition, to make scanning a lot faster and accurate.
It also helps mobile workers easily identify the flow of the operations – the LED illumination indicates the direction in which a worker needs to go next.
The Bluetooth technology built-in the RS5100 single finger scanners ensures compatibility with virtually any other Zebra enterprise-class mobile device. It also features NFC for pairing with other NFC-ready Zebra devices, saving important operational time.
- Faster operations, with every time capture or barcodes
- Simplified mobility deployment (by using the same ring scanner across all operations levels)
- Increased productivity, more scannings performed per hour
- A best-in-class rugged design built to last for years
- High-capacity flexible ShareCradles, minimizing devices’ management time and maintenance
Top 5 applications for Zebra’s RS5100 Single Finger Bluetooth scanner
Transportation and Logistics
- Truck loading
- Inventory management
- Finished goods verification
- Sorting and put away
- Click and collect
- In-store inventory
- Price mark-downs
- Route accounting
- Package verification
View here the full specifications of the new RS5100 Single Finger Bluetooth Scanner.
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