BHT-900. Simply twice as good!

BHT-900 scans product
(PresseBox) ( Düsseldorf, )
TTID has yet again succeeded in bringing a top-class Barcode Handheld Terminal to market. The new DENSO BHT-900 builds on the success of its predecessors. In practical terms, the new model offers twice the functionality of the previous BHT-8000 unit. The new BHT-900 is twice as fast, twice as resistant to drop damage, has double the data storage capacity and - at fully 200 hours - even offers more than three times as much battery life! Overall, the new model offers customers a truly outstanding performance package.

DENSO Barcode Handheld Terminals are well known for their powerful performance and excellent investment protection. But the new BHT-900 sets the bar even higher. With a reading speed of 200 to 400 scans per second, it offers phenomenal speed with top quality scanning accuracy. Thanks to its CCD (charged coupled device) technology, the BHT-900 proves far more reliable in reading poor quality barcodes (e.g. dirty or creased) when compared to laser technology.

Data storage capacity has also doubled. This enables the unit to handle even very large data volumes - for example, full inventory lists. A key feature for deployment within industrial or other heavy-use environments is the device's robustness; an area in which the new BHT-900 sets new standards. Instead of the usual 'drop test' standard of 30 falls, the new unit can resist 60 falls from a height of 1.2 meters, making it one of the toughest models on the market. And with a network-independent operating life of 200 hours, it offers users a previously unachievable level of flexibility.

Outstanding performance

As far as security is concerned, the new BHT-900 is one of the most reliable units on the market. It supports the BHT-OS operating system, which was specially developed for mobile data capture and is known as one of the most stable and secure platforms available for industrial applications. Units powered by the BHT-OS system boot-up extremely fast and offer maximum speed and stability, even when used with web-browser applications.The BHT-OS system works exclusively with Flash storage. In the event of operating system software updates, all applications are saved and do not need to be reinstalled, providing excellent investment security. Multi-communication functionality is another plus point of the BHT-900. For maximum flexibility, users are free to choose between Bluetooth 2.1 + DER, IrDA 1.2 and USB 2.0. The same versatility principle even applies to recharging, where the BHT-900 can either be recharged via a dedicated charge-point or directly via the USB connection.

Conclusion: The new DENSO BHT-900 succeeds in combining a wide range of class-leading features and outstanding functionality at a very attractive price point.

About DENSO

As a Toyota Group subsidiary, DENSO is one of the leading specialists in mobile data acquisition systems. The DENSO network is divided into four regions: Japan; North, Central and South America; Europe; and Australia and Asia. The company is active in all four of these regions across a broad spectrum of activities including research and development; production; servicing; and capital procurement. The DENSO product range comprises hi-tech industrial scanners, handheld scanners and handheld terminals using CCD technology. Distribution throughout Europe is handled by Toyota Tsusho ID Systems GmbH. Founded in 1949, DENSO has a total workforce of around 120,000 people employed at over 180 sites. In 2010, the DENSO Group had annual sales of more than 32 billion US dollars.
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