1. What is a barcode?
What is a barcode? The barcode is 1 the outline and blank are arranged in a certain encoding rules to represent the data in the form can be read by machines
Linear barcodes (1 d barcode)
2D barcode, barcode
3. Barcode structure
|The drums start||The characters
The start character and end character: only the start and end of the barcode scanner need direction and just read.
Free space: the before and after reading the letter ending characters, do not write any symbol on which to prepare the scanner to read.
A character test: in order to check the correctness of the encoded character.
4. Advantages of bar codes
Create barcodes the easy way: by kind of barcode printing technology should be built is simple and inexpensive.
Anti erase: erase will lead to broken barcode reader can not read correctly.
High accuracy: barcode reading equipment is relatively simple. Today, barcode reading devices are very common, inexpensive barcode equipment and just need a regular printer can also be
5. The application of bar code
Health care services and public health
Asset inventory management
Tracking of cargo and parcels
The point of sale
Production process control
Security and security control
Transportation and logistics needs
Warehouse and distribution management
6. Barcode list of countries
Through the first 3 numbers of the barcode will be inferred to be the country in which the business barcode registration of cargo.
|00-13: USA & Canada||20-29: In-Store Functions||30-37: France|
|40-44: Germany||45: Japan||46: Russia Federation|
|471: Taiwan||474: Estonia||475: Latvia|
|477: Lithuania||479: Sri Lanka||480: Philippines|
|482: Ukraine||484: Moldova||485: Armenia|
|486: Georgia||487: Kazakhstan||489: Hong Kong|
|49: Japan||50: United Kingdom||520: Greece|
|528: Lebanon||529: Cyprus||531: Macedonia|
|535: Malta||539: Ireland||54: Belgium & Luxembourg|
|560: Portugal||569: Iceland||57: Denmark|
|590: Poland||594: Romania||599: Hungary|
|600 & 601: South Africa||609: Mauritias||611: Morocco|
|613: Algeria||619: Tunisia||622: Egypt|
|625: Jordan||626: Iran||64: Filland|
|690-697: China||70: Norway||729: Israel|
|73: Sweden||740: Guatemala||741: El Salvador|
|742: Honduras||743: Nicaragua||744: Costa Rica|
|746: Dominican Republic||750: Mexico||759: Venezuela|
|76: Switzerland||770: Colombia||773: Uruguay|
|775: Peru||777: Bolivia||779: Argenntina|
|780: Chile||784: Paraguay||785: Peru|
|786: Ecuador||789: Brazil||80-83: Italy|
|84: Spain||850: Cuba||858: Slovakia|
|859: Czech Repubic||860: Yugloslavia||869: Turkey|
|87: Netherlands||880: South Korea||885: Thailand|
|888: Singapore||890: India||893: Vietnam|
|899: Indonesia||90 & 91: Austria||93: Australia|
|94: New Zealand||955: Maylaysia||977: International Standard Serial Number for Periodicals (ISSN)|
|978: International Standard Book Numbering (ISBN)||979: International Standard Music Number (ISMN)||980: Refund receipts|
|981 & 982: Common Currency Coupons||99: Coupons|
7. Print and read bar codes
Types of bar codes today are printed on the technology in direct heat, laser or inkjet cartridge, a common way is based on the created image of the barcode on the label.
A bar code with length 12 characters will be identified in time by 2 people's keystrokes.