Welcome To Metrologic Barcode Scanners

Bar code was first used commercially in 1966, however, it was soon realized that there would have to be some sort of industry standard set. By 1970, the Universal Grocery Products Identification Code or UGPIC was written by a company called Logicon Inc. The first company to produce bar code equipment for retail trade use (using UGPIC) was the American company Monarch Marking in 1970, and for industrial use, the British company Plessey Telecommunications was also first in 1970. UGPIC evolved into the U.P.C. symbol set or Universal Product Code, which is still used in the United States.


George J. Laurer is considered the inventor of U.P.C. or Uniform Product Code, which was invented in 1973.In June of 1974, the first U.P.C. scanner was installed at a Marsh's supermarket in Troy, Ohio. The first product to have a bar code included was a packet of Wrigley's.

Best Selling Barcode Scanners in Pakistan

  1. Metrologic 9540
  2. Metrologic 7120
  3. Metrologic 7625
  4. Metrologic 9535


General MS 7120 Orbit

  • Type Barcode scanner - Desktop Width 4 in Depth 4.1 in Height 5.9 in Weight 0.9 lbs Color White


  • Interface Type USB Minimum Bar Width 5.2 mm Scan Field Width 8.5 in Scan Element Type Visible laser diode Light Source Wave Length 650 n Scan Speed 1200 lines/sec Max Working Distance 9.8 in Connectivity Technology Wired

Expansion / Connectivity

  • Interfaces 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A Compatible Slots None


  • Cables Included 1 x USB cable


  • Battery - None

Environmental Parameters

  • Min Operating Temperature 32 ?F Max Operating Temperature 104 ?F Humidity Range Operating 5 - 95% Drop Specification 4 ft to concrete


Metrologic's ScanPal 2

Is a light-weight portable data collection terminal designed for all-day everyday use. The compact design allows the user single handed operation ease of use and durability. A brightly lit LCD graphics screen with built-in contrast control allows the user to adjust the brightness of the screen enabling it to be read perfectly in all lighting conditions. The font size on the display can be specified as either small font (20x8 characters) or large font (15x4 characters). Using only 2 standard AAA batteries the ScanPal 2 provides over 100 hours of operation. The 1MB SRAM allows for approximately 50000 records to be stored in ScanPal 2's memory. Uploading the collected data is quick and easy via RS232 IR IrDA or Keyboard Wedge data transmission.