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MX-1502 Vision-enabled Mobile Terminal

Leverages the latest mobile devices for near and far barcode reading applications

MX-1502 Series Features

The MX-1502 vision-enabled mobile terminal reads codes from as near as 15–30 cm to as far as 8 meters away, making it ideal for scanning barcodes on floor labels, rack labels on high shelves and slips hanging from warehouse ceilings. The MX-1502 is equipped with modular lighting and optics technology (including polarized LEDs and a high-powered lens with liquid lens technology) which provides optimal image formation of any code - even the most challenging direct part mark (DPM) codes.

The design of the MX-1502 makes any supported mobile device ready to meet the challenges of the most demanding environments. The industrial-grade, rugged housing can handle up to 50 drops from 2 meters onto concrete. It is IP65 sealed and uses inductive wireless charging so there are no exposed electrical contacts to wear out or fail.

The MX platform is also future-proof and accepts a variety of Android® and iOS® smartphones. If your device needs to be repaired or upgraded, simply exchange the top cover kit to adapt the MX-1502 to any supported mobile device. The modular design means your investment is protected and you are always ready for the latest technology. The pistol grip accessory doubles the MX-1502 battery capacity that powers both the scan engine and the mobile device.

MX-1502 mobile terminals are equipped with barcode reading algorithms and technologies that read 1-D and 2-D label-based codes and challenging 2-D DPM codes at near, far and extended ranges. The MX-1502 leverages the latest communication technologies supported by your mobile device including 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more.

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Easily scan barcodes on packaging, rack labels on high shelves and ceiling hanging signs.