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Barcode Scanners & Long Range Scanners

Barcode scanners are available for many uses. When choosing a scanner, some important features to consider are:

  • Buy Barcode Scanners OnlineHand-Held or Fixed Mount
  • Scan Zone and Bar Size Range
  • Mobility
  • Connection to Your System
  • Environmental Conditions

Electronic Imaging Materials, Inc. offers a wide range of scanning devices to meet different needs. We have listed a portion of our offering below. Let us know what you need and we can suggest a scanner for your specific needs.

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Motorola® Symbol Technologies Scanners

With the 1980 introduction of the first hand-held bar code laser scanning device, Motorola® Symbol changed the way the bar code was read. Today, Motorola® Symbol's extensive line of bar code data capture devices includes both lightweight and rugged products. Motorola® Symbol uses advanced laser technology and offers a variety of options to meet your every scanning need, including hand-held or hands-free operation, and cabled or cableless data collection.



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Motorola LS2208 Barcode Scanner
LS2208 Specs
LS2208 General-Purpose Scanner
Our most economical scanner. Only scans 1-D barcodes. Can be connected between the keyboard and the computer. Kits include cradle, stand, and software.

Purchase Symbol LS2208 Scanner with USB


Motorola LS4208 Barcode Scanner
LS4208 Specs

LS4208 General-Purpose Scanner
This handheld laser scanner works even with bar codes in poor condition. Wherever you need to quickly capture and process data — such as at the retail checkout counter, in pharmacies, hospitals, or in light warehouse environments — this ergonomically-designed barcode scanner helps you increase accuracy, improve productivity, cut maintenance costs and reduce the risk of downtime.

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LI4278 Specs

LI4278 General Purpose Cordless Linear Imager

This new line of cordless scanners allows workers to scan faster and further. Using reliable Bluetooth® technology with a 330 foot radio range, you can retrieve 1D barcodes from labels and mobile devices, which is perfect for scanning loyalty cards and coupons. It has an improved scanning range up to 55 inches (UPC-A with 26 mil NB/200% size) and can capture barcodes at extreme angles.

Buy WHITE Scanner Kit

Buy Black Scanner with Cradle


DS4208 Specs

DS4208 General Purpose Handheld 2D Imager

Designed with the fast speed and accuracy of laser scanners, these unit helps manage inventories with 2D barcodes and comply with track and trace regulations for food and pharmaceuticals.  Retailers and Manufacturers alike can capture 1D and 2D barcodes from labels and mobile devices at an affordable price.

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Motorola DS6708 Barcode Scanner
DS6708 Specs
DS6708 General-Purpose Imaging Scanner
The DS6708 Digital Scanner provides affordable, high-performance omni-directional scanning of all major 1-D and 2-D bar code symbologies.

Buy WHITE Scanner Kit

Motorola LS3578-ER Barcode Scanner
LS3578-ER Specs
LS3578-ER Cordless Long-Range Scanner
Scan any 1D barcode from practically anywhere with this long-range Bluetooth® cordless unit. A rugged, hand-held model, it gives you the greatest working range-letting you read retro-reflective labels as far away as 45 feet or as close as 4 inches. Kit comes with scanner, charging & communications cradle, power supply, USB & power cable.


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Socket Bluetooth Scanner
Socket Series 7 Specs
Socket Series 7 Bluetooth Cordless Scanner
The Socket Bluetooth Series 7 Cordless Scanner is a great option when mobility is a necessity. Able to scan both 1D and 2D barcode symbologies, the Socket can link wirelessly via Bluetooth technology so you can scan on the move. The Socket also has an option for an antimicrobial case, which proves useful in healthcare and other settings.
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