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· Office or Point of Sale use
· Keyboard Wedge or USB interface.
· PC and Macintosh Models
· Wide Reading Window (
· Reads All Common Barcodes
· Easy Configuration with Barcode Menus
· Easily Replaceable Cable
· Installation and Configuration Manual

Discontinued Item Replaced by AS8115
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The Model CCD8000 scanner is designed for Office or Point of Sale use. There are two standard interfaces, Keyboard Wedge and USB. The Keyboard wedge unit connects between the keyboard and the computer of a PC or Mac. Barcode data read by the scanner appears as though it were typed on the keyboard. The USB Model connects to a USB port on newer PCs and laptop computers. It also sends data as though it were typed on the keyboard.

The Keyboard Wedge and USB Models are normally used to add a barcode "front end" to existing applications. If these applications normally accept input from the keyboard, this scanner enables use of barcodes without any software modification. Data from the scanned barcodes appears as though it was entered on the keyboard. The keyboard wedge version has two models, one for a PC, the other for Apple Macontosh computers. The USB Model can be used on either PCs or MACs.


Configuration:     Via Scanning Barcode Menus. Complete Manual
Barcodes Read:     EAN/UPC (including supplements), Code 39, 
                   2 of 5 Code (Including industrial, matrix and
                   DataLogic.) Codabar, Code 128, Code 11, Code 93,
                   and MSI/Plessey.
Keyboards:         PC/AT, PC/XT, PS/2 Models 30, 50, 60, and 80,
                   IBM 5550, Macintosh ADB, ACER 7300, Thinkpad.
Keyboard Layouts:  US, French, German, Spanish, Swiss, UK.
RS-232:            Selectable baud rates from 300 to 19,200. Seven
                   or eight bit data word. Odd, even, mark, space or
                   or No Parity. RTS/CTS Handshaking.
Connectors:        PC Keyboard Wedge can be furnished with DIN-5 or
                   DIN-6 connectors. Mac-ADB is furnished with DIN-4
                   connectors. RS-232 has a DB-9S connector wired as
                   DCE (will plug directly into PC Com Port).
Power:             All models derive their power from the keyboard 
                   or USB connection. No seperate power supplies are


ModelDescriptionPrice Each
CCD8002Keyboard Wedge - 5-Pin Din ConnectorUS$74.00
CCD8003Keyboard Wedge - 6-Pin Din ConnectorUS$74.00
CCD8004Macintosh ADB - 4-Pin Din ConnectorUS$74.00
CCD8005USB Interface - Type A ConnectorUS$84.00