The Symbol CS4070 mobile barcode scanner provides fantastic companion scanning for tablets, smartphones, or other mobile devices. Lightweight and easy to use, the CS4070 is terrific for mobile POS, registry applications, field service, and more.
Using Motorola's SE4710 scan engine, the CS4070 reads 1D and 2D barcodes incredibly quickly. The scanner has a good depth of field, making it easy to scan without searching for a "sweet spot." For standard retail barcodes, you can successfully read barcode from over two feet away. And because it's a 2D imager, you can read barcodes off of LCD screens, ideal for mobile couponing, ticketing, and more.
The CS4070 comes equipped with a Bluetooth wireless radio, giving you connectivity to mobile computers, laptops, and more. It's MFi certified, meaning you can pair it with any iOS device, such as an iPhone, with relative ease. The CS4070 also offers a batch mode, great for inventory checks or registry applications. 512 MB of RAM means you can store over one million barcodes and timestamps, or even standalone apps. For mobile POS and inventory management, the CS4070 is a smart option.
Due to their small size and lack of tethers, there's a greater chance mobile barcode scanners can succumb to accidents. Thankfully, Motorola built the CS4070 to handle day-to-day use with ease. The lightweight scanner can survive multiple five-foot drops to concrete, so the accidental knock out of hand or pocket won't slow it down. A health care-specific model is also available, made from plastics designed to stand up to harsh chemical cleaners you may use to sterilize items in a health care environment. Shipping with a 3-year warranty standard, and with additional service plans availalble, the CS4070 is a fantastic 2D companion scanning option.
- 1.4" to 25.6" depth of field for UPC barcodes
- USB, Bluetooth interfaces
- Bluetooth supports HID, SPP, and Wireless SSI profiles
- Withstands 5-foot drops to concrete
- USB dongle available for connecting to non-Bluetooth PCs
- 3-year warranty
(Updated 2014/07/10 | PDF 355 KB)