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    Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Look to find a solution that can scan printed BarCodes via Doc Feeder into a human readable PDF file.

    The scan has to send the file to a predetermined file folder preferably in MS365.

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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Kyocera Hypas can do that, and it can be added to most models of Kyocera. It's probably been 12 years since I tried to do anything like this, so I'm probably not the right guy to provide the details. =^..^=
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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Kyocera Hypas can do that, and it can be added to most models of Kyocera. It's probably been 12 years since I tried to do anything like this, so I'm probably not the right guy to provide the details. =^..^=
    ... lots of customers in lots of industries scan documents with barcodes on them. Invoices, packing slips, sales documents, HR employee records, medical records, investment accounts,legal documents, court documents, etc.

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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Kofax (formerly Nuance) AutoStore can do that easily, and much more.
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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Quote Originally Posted by KenB View Post
    Kofax (formerly Nuance) AutoStore can do that easily.

    ... Good to know. Does that have to be installed on a server? I am looking for an inexpensive solution in a busy freight forwarding environment.

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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    For such a small installation, a workstation will work fine. Note that “home” versions of Windows will not work; it won’t even install if the wrong version is detected. Windows 8.1 or 10 would be required.

    Server OS is highly recommended in larger environments.
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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Quote Originally Posted by KenB View Post
    For such a small installation, a workstation will work fine. Note that “home” versions of Windows will not work; it won’t even install if the wrong version is detected. Windows 8.1 or 10 would be required.

    Server OS is highly recommended in larger environments.

    ... sounds like a hardware/software solution in excess of $5,000.00 + annual maintenance fees? Could AutoStore be installed on a virtual server saving some hardware costs?

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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    It would be right at home on a VM, as there is no hardware required.

    It may be more than you’re looking to spend, but AutoStore has so many other talents that you will very quickly find tons of other fun things for it to justify its cost.

    BTW…I’m just the techie guy. I don’t normally get to see the prices.
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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Are you looking to scan any specific type of bar code(s). One-dimensional (or 1D) barcodes such as UPC or CODABAR? Two-dimensional, (or 2D) such as QR? https://www.scandit.com/blog/types-b...%20PLESSEY.%20

    You are aware that in scanning certain type of bar codes such as anything having to do with medical patients or students to file you may be violating the law.

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    Re: Scan BarCodes on a copier

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    Are you looking to scan any specific type of bar code(s). One-dimensional (or 1D) barcodes such as UPC or CODABAR? Two-dimensional, (or 2D) such as QR? Types of Barcodes: Choosing the Right Barcode

    You are aware that in scanning certain type of bar codes such as anything having to do with medical patients or students to file you may be violating the law.
    Primarily Code 128 1D Barcode style but I would not want not to limit myself. 2D, UPC, QR, I want them all.

    Medical offices often use personal label printers to place stickers on patient files. The sticker almost always has a Barcode.

    The medical office then uses a desktop scanner to scan the same patient files with Barcodes on them. A copier should be no different.

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