HONEYWELL GRANIT XP 1990i/1991i: Ultra-rugged Flex-Range or Standard-Range Handheld Scanners
The Honeywell Granit XP 1990i/1991i barcode scanners keep up with the fast pace of a busy workflow. Their exceptional scan performance is due to a high-resolution sensor combined with advanced decoding algorithms, ensuring fast and accurate data capture and keeping critical processes running. For general-purpose use, the Granit XP 1990i/1991i is available with a standard-range scan engine (1990iSR/1991iSR). More versatile applications are possible with the new N6803 flex-range area imager (1990iXR/1991iXR). It enables near-field barcode capture as well as distances of up to 8 m, depending on the barcode.
Poor-quality barcodes are quite common in industrial settings, either the labels are poorly printed or barcodes get stained or damaged. Not a problem at all for the Honeywell Granit XP 1990i/1991i barcode scanners. They work reliably and precisely irrespective of the barcode’s condition.
The handheld barcode readers Granit XP 1990i/1991i by Honeywell offer an ergonomic form factor for convenient all-day use and provide point-and-shoot simplicity. By means of LEDs, adjustable beeper and vibration, the user receives good-read confirmation. Software tools, such as the Scanner Management Utility (SMU), ensure quick and easy deployment and uncomplicated management of the data capturing devices.
The Honeywell Granit XP 1990i/1991i scanners are available as SR version with standard-range imager or as XR version with the new flex-range scan engine.
1991iSR/XR: Cordless barcode scanners with Frequency Hopping Bluetooth v4.2 Class 1, providing a radio range of up to 100 m line-of-sight. The rechargeable battery lasts for up to 50,000 scans per charge or up to 14 hours of operation, depending on use. Host system interfaces: USB, keyboard wedge, RS-232 TTL.
1990iSR/XR: Corded barcode readers. Host system interfaces: USB, keyboard wedge, RS-232 TTL.
To ensure a long service life, the Honeywell Granit XP 1990i/1991i handheld scanners excel in durability. They survive drops from a height of 3 m and 7,000 1m tumbles. They were created for rough environments and fast operations. The scan window is usually prone to damage. This is why the scan window of the Granit XP barcode scanners are recessed and scratch- as well as impact-resistant. The devices are sealed to prevent the ingress of water, even when immersed in water and they can withstand water jets. Also, they are protected against the ingress of particles and comply with protection classes IP65 and IP67. Operation temperatures range from -30 °C to +50 °C (corded versions 1990i) or from -20 °C to +50 °C (cordless versions 1991i).