provides barcode software including barcode
fonts, DLLs, ActiveX controls, .NET assemblies, label
printing software and hardware such as barcode scanners and printers.
Many symbologies are supported such as Code 128, Code
39, Postnet, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC, EAN, GS1, DataBar,
Intelligent Mail, Data Matrix, Aztec, Maxicode, QR-Code
Barcode Software Components
Create barcodes without the use
of fonts by dynamically creating barcodes as graphic
Native Barcode Generators
Add dynamic barcode capability
to various programs without installing special fonts,
DLLs or plug-ins.
Barcode Server Components
Server designed barcode capability
includes linear barcodes including Code 128, Code 39,
DataBar, UPC/EAN and PostNet, as well as, 2D barcodes
such as Data Matrix and PDF417.
Hosted Barcode Generation
Let IDAutomation host your barcode
needs with their online
barcode generator services without the need to manage
hardware, deploy patches and upgrades, or monitor performance.
Barcode Label Software
Create Barcode Labels easily with
the WYSIWYG design interface; print barcodes, text and
images on any label size to any graphic printer.
Barcode Image Generators
Create high-quality graphic barcode
image files on the fly for importing the into desktop
publishing or graphic design applications.
Inventory Control Software
RedBeam Inventory Tracking Software is an easy-to-use
application designed to help control inventory levels
and item movements within a warehouse, a distribution
center, stock room or store. Comes in two editions:
standard and mobile.
evaluating several scanners that are available today,
IDAutomation offers a
of scanners that are the best performing for the
best value. All of the scanners offered are complete
kits that include all the necessary cables and are ready
to use right out of the box. If interested in easily
integrating a USB scanner into existing or custom applications
as automation, input and verification devices, please
to scan data into applications.
offers high-speed, dedicated
barcode label printers from Zebra and Intermec.
Serial and parallel ports are provided on all the printers
listed and some have USB and Ethernet interfaces as
are two models to choose from - direct thermal and/or
- Direct Thermal - is a less expensive method
of printing labels. This method requires only one
label roll because the print-head burns the image
directly on the labels. However, the labels can
be easily damaged by heat or pressure.
- Thermal Transfer - produces the highest quality
labels. This method requires one label roll and
one film or ribbon roll because the print head burns
the image on the film first and then the film is
pressed on the labels. If you are unsure of what
technology you need, order this model because it
also supports direct thermal printing.