Opticon OPN3002i

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OPN3002i Mobile Barcode Scanner

This product replaces the older Opticon PX20.

The Opticon OPN3002i gives your iPhone or Android device aggressive 2D scanning in a small design. The pocketable scanner is a great choice for small retail inventory management, patient-side data capture, or other mobile data collection applications.

A 2D imager, the OPN3002i offers quick reads of virtually any barcode you encounter. The OPN3002i can read standard retail barcodes from nearly 8 inches away, perfect for registry scanning or inventory counts. With a motion tolerance of up to 2 meters per second, the OPN3002i can read quickly passing barcodes.

The OPN3002i uses Bluetooth 2.1 to maintain connections to your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or any Bluetooth-equipped mobile device. Depending on your need, the scanner can send data via serial port profile (SPP), Apple's MFi virtual comm emulation, or HID mode. Pairing the scanner to your device is as simple as holding the function key on the OPN3002i. You have 33 feet of radio range, so you can set your mobile device down while scanning hard-to-reach barcodes and stay connected.

The lightweight 2D scanner has been built to survive general scanning use and accidents. It is rated at an IP42 seal, meaning dirt and water drips won't harm internal components. The OPN3002i withstands drops of 5 feet to concrete, and a lanyard is available in case you want to secure the scanner to yourself. Shipping with a 2-year comprehensive warranty standard, the Opticon OPN3002i is a smart companion scanner solution for any registry or light retail inventory management.

  • Around 2" to 8" scan range for UPC barcodes
  • Compatible with Bluetooth devices, iPhones, iPods, Android devices
  • Supports SPP, HID, and MFi communication profiles
  • IP42 Seal
  • Withstands 5-foot drops to concrete
Product Specifications
Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 1.42" x 3.27" x 0.85"
Interface USB, Bluetooth
Battery 3.7 V 600 mAH Lithium Ion rechargeable
Scan Method Area Imager
Scan Range
5.0 Mil Code 393.54" to 4.33"
10 Mil Code 392.56" to 7.28"
20 Mil Code 392.56" to 10.24"
13 Mil UPC-A2.17" to 7.68"
6.65 Mil PDF4173.35" to 5.31"
10 Mil PDF4172.56" to 7.09"
8.35 Mil QR3.54" to 4.33"
10 Mil Data Matrix3.35" to 5.31"
Scan Rate (Maximum) 60 fps
Bluetooth Profile HID keyboard wedge, Serial Port Profile (SPP), Apple MFi virtual com port
Seal Specification IP42
Memory System Flash- 512 kB
RAM - 96 kB
Storage Flash - 1 MB (20,000 barcodes and time stamps)
Data Storage Over 20,000 barcodes and time stamps
Bluetooth Range 40 feet
Operating Temperature 32° to 122° F
Warranty 2 Years

Opticon OPN3002i Reviews

POSGuys Rating:

The OPN3002i is a smart addition for anyone wanting to scan 2D barcodes into their mobile device, including iPhones or Android devices. We recommend using HID mode when connecting to iPhones, as MFi mode requires apps to be developed to receive data on that serial profile.

Customer Reviews

Product Video Transcript

Opticon OPN3002i Video

Hi it's camille with POSGuys.com Today we're taking a look at Opticon's OPN3002i Bluetooth Barcode scanner. This is a barcode scanner intended for your mobile devices so any mobile or Bluetooth compatible devices Android devices, iOS devices like your iPad and your iPod. It is a 2d imager which means it will scan 2D barcodes and 1D barcodes. It will also scan off of mobile devices. It has a 33 foot range, is very easy to set up which I will show in just a bit and overall is one of the most cost effective solutions for 2D Bluetooth barcode scanners.

Really quickly I'm going to show you how to pair the Bluetooth scanner to your mobile device. So you want to turn on your Bluetooth settings and then hold down the trigger button for about five seconds. The LED light is going to start flashing blue and you can tell that it is ready to connect. In this case it has automatically connected which is great, but sometimes you can also just click on the device and it will connect it too. One of the challenges with mobile barcode scanners is getting the onscreen keyboard to display when the scanner is hooked up. It thinks that the scanner is a keyboard and so it is not going to show the onscreen keyboard. Opticon has made their scanner get around that by creating a button that you just push and it brings up the onscreen keyboard. So now I can type in "hi" and then push the button again and go back to scanning my barcodes. You can configure the scanner to run in HID or Serial protocol. Right now it is in HID and that will allow us to scan directly into the note.

So, 2D scanner... can scan 1D barcodes as well as your 2D barcodes, QR codes, no trouble. It is a 2D imager so you should be able to scan in bright light. Its got a 5 foot drop spec so you should be able to drop it a couple times, it should be okay. Its got an IP42 seal to prevent dust from getting inside, no all dust but like dirt isn't going to get inside your scanner and it can scan from about 2 inches, 2 inches on regular UPCS to about 8 inches, right about there. So that was the quick review of the Opticon OPN3002i Bluetooth barcode scanner. As you can see this is your keyboard button in iOS mode and this is your trigger button. It's able to scan 2D barcodes. It's a great choice for small retail inventory managment, patient side data capture or other mobile data collection applications. We recommend using it in HID mode because that is simply the easiest but you can do some custom development for the Serial or the Apple ports. If you would like more information or would like to purchase the OPN3002i Bluetooth barcode scanner visit us at POSGuys.com.

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