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Barcode Scanner - CCD Camera (Arduino & Raspberry Pi Compatible)

TTL or USB Barcode Scanner that works with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and all other microcontrollers that support TTL serial or USB.

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  • TTL
  • USB

Availability: IN STOCK

Tinkersphere

$68.99

Features:

  • Embed a barcode scanner into your IoT projects
  • 1D CCD Camera Barcode Reader/Scanner Module
  • Barcode Scanner for Arduino & Raspberry Pi projects
  • Interface Options: (select above)
    • RS232 TTL Serial
    • USB
  • Provides Long Distance and High Speed Scanning in a tiny 1 inch x 1 inch x 1/5 inch package
  • Horizontal Scanning Angle Range: 72 degrees
  • Vertical Scanning Angle Range: 82 degrees
  • Rotational Scanning Angle Range: 360 degrees
  • Scanning Speed: 250 scans per second
  • 1200dpi
  • Automatic sensing mode, continuous scanning and manual trigger scanning modes
  • Supported barcode types: EAN-8, EAN-13, UPC-A, UPC-E, Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, EAN128, Codebar, Industrial 2 of 5, Interleave 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, MSI, etc.
  • Onboard 675nm Infrared LEDs
  • Decode Accuracy: 4 mil
  • Can Read off Paper, Film and Screens
  • Rugged: tested to endure 5.9 foot drops to concrete 5 times
  • Superior reading ability can even handle folded, coated, dirty, reflective, damaged and fuzzy barcodes
  • Dimensions: 1" x 0.95" x 0.2" (26x24x5mm)

 

PIN #

Signal Name

I/O

 Instruction 

1

BOOT0

Input

Low level FLASH to startup 

2

VDD

-

5V  Input

3

GND

-

 GND

4

RX

 Input

TTL-232  Input

5

TX

 Output

TTL-232  Output

6

USB_D-

Input/Output

USB_D-Singal 

7

USB_D+

Input/Output

USB_D+ Singal 

8

NG

-

Null 

9

Buzz

Output 

 

10

LED

Input

 

11

NG

-

Null

12nTrigInput Trigger Input Signal ,  Keep low level 10ms input can trigger the scan button.

 

Arduino Library: https://github.com/serovsergey/e1007

Raspberry Pi Reference: https://www.rtscan.net/raspberry-pi-barcode-scanner/

For Raspberry Pi users who are not looking to save space, we recommend this USB Barcode Scanner which does not require much setup and plugs into a USB port instead of the GPIO like the TTL model here.