Honeywell Granit 1910i

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Granit 1910i Industrial Barcode Scanner

The Honeywell Granit 1910i has reached end of life.

This product replaces the older Honeywell 3800i.

The Honeywell Granit 1910i barcode scanner provides the aggressive 2D scanning and robust design ideal for heavy industrial environments. Built to handle extreme temperatures and tremendous abuse, the Granit 1910i barcode scanner is a smart fit in warehouses, cold storage, or any location with wide temperature swings and collision risks.

Using Honeywell's Adaptus 6.0 area imaging technology, the Granit 1910i offers the fantastic, high-performance scanning you've come to expect from Honeywell. An optimal scan range of up to 30 inches for most 1D and 2D barcodes ensures easy scanning of even hard to reach barcodes. And with the Granit 1910i's motion tolerance of up to 240 inches per second, even high volume and high speed barcode scanning is a snap.

Built for heavy duty industrial use, the Honeywell Granit 1910i is one tough barcode scanner. An IP65-rated environmental seal completely protects internal components from dirt and low pressure jets of water. The barcode scanner is also hardened to operate in temperatures as low as -22° F, ideal hardiness for cold storage or field service scanning. Shipping with a 3-year warranty standard, and with extended warranties with comprehensive coverage available, the Honeywell Granit 1910i barcode scanner provides any business with countless years of worry-free service.

  • Up to 29.5" depth of field
  • 240 inch/sec motion tolerance
  • IP65 seal
  • Withstands 50 6.5-foot drops to concrete at -22° F
  • 3-year warranty
Product Specifications
Dimensions 5.2" x 2.9" x 7.6"
Weight 10.6 oz
Color Options Red/Grey
Interfaces Available USB, PS/2 Keyboard Wedge, RS-232 Serial
Scan Method 2D Area Imager
Decoding Capabilities Standard 1D & 2D barcodes
Motion Tolerance 240 in/sec
Print Contrast (Min.) 20% minimum reflectance difference
Reading Angle Horizontal: 31.6°
Vertical: 24.4°
Indicators LED, Audible Beep, Vibrator
Typical Depth of Field 7.5 Mil Code 39: 1.9" to 12.2"
13 Mil UPC: 0.6" to 21.4"
20 Mil Code 39: 0.6" to 29.5"
6.7 Mil PDF417: 2.7" to 8.9"
10 Mil Data Mabrix: 2.8" to 10.3"
20 Mil QR: 0.8" to 19.5"
Ambient Light (Max) 0 to 100,000 lux
Drivers License Data Parsing No
Operating Temperature -22°F to 122°F
Storage Temperature -40°F to 158°F
Drop Specification Designed to withstand 50 6.5-foot drops to concrete at -22°F
Mobile Phone Scanning Capabilities Yes
Environmental Sealing IP65

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Hi this is Travis with today we're reviewing the Honeywell Granit 1910i imager. It is a 2D imager made for industrial environments, IP65 seal, a very good drop spec from 5 and 6 feet. Made to be tough made to be used in industrial environments. The 1910i is a 2D imager. It has their standard reticle system that has a box around the outside and then a crosshair right in the middle. It is a 2D scanner so the barcodes don't have to be lined up. Straight on, side, any angle it won't matter the imager will read it. Standard 1D barcodes, code 128, UPC it reads fast and aggressive no problem when they're slightly faded out, damaged wrinkled colored it scans them no problem. 1D barcodes should never be a problem with it. The 2D barcodes it reads just as well. We have a QR code, PDF417 and ours we actually put a piece of glossy tape over it to represent like a drivers license when you're on a laminated material. So it scans with a reflection just fine. Maxi-code is one of the harder ones to scans but it scans that as well. Data Matrix is also no problem, you'll see that a lot in shipping codes.

For your scan range for standard barcodes you can go back past two feet they say about three feet and it does that just fine. Slightly enlarged barcodes you can go back even further so if you're using it in a warehousing environment and you need to scan something on a high shelf, as long as the barcode is large enough it should read it no problem.

There are three indicators when you scan a barcode. There is the beep. There is the LED light that you can see at the top. It is a large LED light and it also has a vibrator inside. So you'll feel the correct scan, you'll see the light, and you can hear the beep and the beep can go quite loud. So in a loud setting you can definitely get a good indication that you've scanned something correctly. As far as light immunity goes, it is an imager. Light will not affect the scanning. So you can use it in bright daylight, under a spotlight with other types of bright lights on. There is just no affect of being under a bright light.

The Granit is a very industrial scanner it is made to use in cold storage environments. It goes down to -22 degrees F or -30 degrees C. For a drop spec it does 6.5 meter drops at -22 degrees F. Being in a cold brittle environment does not affect the outer shell it will survive the drops just fine. Impact testing: you can step on it, jump on it, it will be just fine. We finally did damage the scanner when we ran it over with the car. It went forward and back and then at that point it stopped functioning. The scanner still powered on however the scan engine itself wouldn't light up. So the main board survived, the scan head got a little damaged. There is some small scuffing on it where you can see that the gravel impacted it but it is just scuffing there is no structural damage to the shell. So dropping it stepping on it, it's made to survive that type of thing. If you're using it in a very industrial environment consider the extended warranty, it's a comprehensive warranty that will allow you to put it through a more rugged setting where if it does get damaged to the point that it doesn't work you can send it in and have it repaired or replaced. It's not that much more than the initial unit itself and it is worth considering if you are going to be using in a very harsh environment. Without it, the standard warranty is pretty good and it will cover you in a lot of scenarios but the comprehensive is full coverage. There also is a Bluetooth version available if you need to have a little more range than the cord provides. So Honeywell Granit Imager, industrial 2D. This is Travis with POSGuys for more information visit us at