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Programmable barcode scanner HAT for Raspberry Pi Pico

SB-Components recently launched a new Kickstarter campaign featuring a barcode scanner HAT for Raspberry Pi Pico along with a breakout barcode scanner board that can be used with any other microcontrollers or processors.

As per the Kickstarter campaign, this board can be used in a wide range of applications such as Library Management, POS billing management, and inventory management system. One can also use this board in keyboard emulation mode so you can just place your cursor on any excel sheet or google sheet, notepad, etc and start scanning the barcodes to increase productivity.




Specifications of Pico Barcode HAT:

  • DE2120 Barcode module
  • A Programmable buzzer
  • Comes with 1.14-inch SPI Lcd based on ST7789 display driver.
  • MicroUSB port for standalone operation
  • Support 20 different barcode symbology
  • Operating temperature: 0°C~60°C
  • Operating humidity: 5%~95% (Non-condensing)
  • Communication interface: UART, USB
  • Decodes 1D codes: Codebar, Code 11, Code 39/Code 93, UPC/EAN, Code 128/EAN128, Interleaved 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, MSI Code, Industrial 2 of 5, GS1 Databar(RSS)
  • Decodes 2D codes: QR code, Data Matrix, PDF417
  • Light source: white
  • Scan angels: roll 360°, skew ±65°, pitch ±60°
  • Field of view: 28° (horizontal), 21.5° (vertical)
One can place this board on top of Raspberry pi Pico and use any preferred language to communicate with the board like Micropython or C/C++. In case if you are not familiar with the programming, you can use a micro-usb port directly to access data from Barcodes.



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