Long Beach, Calif. — The new DENSO ADC QK12 is an easy-to-use stationary scanner specifically designed to read 1-D and 2-D barcodes displayed on the LCD screens of cell phones and other mobile devices.
Unlike conventional scanners, which are not made for this task, the QK12 provides fast, reliable reading of LCD screens with differing contrasts, colors and reflections, even under poor lighting conditions. The QK12 can also read barcodes printed on paper or other surfaces, extending its versatility. Applications include e-ticketing, e-coupons, e-payments and loyalty programs.
The lightweight, compact QK12 can be conveniently placed on a tabletop or integrated into a kiosk, and requires no special skills to operate. When a user holds a mobile phone up to the QK12, the scanner automatically senses if a barcode is present and immediately reads it. A USB port allows easy connection to a PC, to manage the QK12’s settings and receive its scanned input data.
“DENSO ADC is constantly striving to offer our customers the latest technological advances,” said John Doran, senior manager, Commercial and Industrial Systems. “The QK-12 will give them a competitive edge in this fast-growing market segment.”
For more information about the new QK12 scanner from DENSO ADC, visit http://www.denso-adc.com/content/qk12.
DENSO ADC, a pioneer of CCD technology and inventor of the revolutionary QR code, is among the world’s largest manufacturers of mobile data-capture systems. For more information about DENSO ADC, visit www.denso-adc.com.
DENSO Corporation is a leading global supplier of advanced technology, systems and components, headquartered in Kariya, Aichi prefecture, Japan. Worldwide, DENSO employs approximately 120,000 people in 32 countries and regions, including Japan. Consolidated global sales for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009 totaled US$32 billion. DENSO common stock is traded on the Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya stock exchanges in Japan.
In the Americas, DENSO employs more than 16,000 people, with consolidated sales totaling US$5.7 billion for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009.