Scan Rate

Barcode Terminology: Scan Rate
The scan rate of a barcode scanner refers to the speed at which the scanner can capture barcode image or signal. It is usually measured in scans per second (SPS) for 1D scanners or frames per second (FPS) for 2D scanners, and it indicates how quickly the scanner can process and interpret barcode data. A higher scan rate implies that the scanner can capture and decode barcodes more rapidly.

Different types of barcode scanners, such as laser scanners, 1D scanners, and 2D scanners, have varying scan rates based on their technology and capabilities. High-performance scanners can have scan rates ranging from hundreds to over a thousand scans per second.

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