Aztec bar code is a high-capacity 2D matrix barcode symbology capable of encoding bulk data. Bar code program supports Aztec barcode font. It is able to encode both ASCII and Extended ASCII characters. The data encoded may include letters, numbers, text and actual bytes of data, including extended characters, Unicode characters and small photos.
DataBar is relatively new bar code symbology that was formally adopted by the global supply chain in January 2011. Databar is a two-dimensional barcode font standard Used in Grocery, Retail and Healthcare, where items are too small, or additional information needs to be encoded such as product weight, expiry dates or serial numbers.
Databar stacked has the same data characteristics as the DataBar barcode. The data to encode is split in half and encoded as a split level barcode. The height of the top row of the DataBar Stacked barcode is 5 times the X dimension and the height of the bottom row is 7 times the X dimension.
DataBar Expanded Barcode specification is used to carry more information than the current EAN/UPC barcode and is thus capable of identifying small items more easily. This barcode type can encode the 14-digit GTIN along with several GS1 Application Identifiers in a single symbol. It is also commonly used to encode coupon data.
Databar UPCA is a 2D barcode font standard capable of encoding numbers only and highly used in application including Retail industry in the U.S. and Canada. The barcode is intended for encoding the identification numbers of items and their supplementary data. It is more compact and can carry more information than the current EAN/UPC barcode and is thus capable of identifying small items more easily.
Databar UPCE is a two-dimensional barcode font standard capable of encoding numbers only and has been widely used in application including Retail industry in the U.S. and Canada. It can be used on small and uneven items that traditional bar codes are too big or cumbersome for, and it can also encode a lot of extra information such as coupons and expiration dates.
Data bar code 128 is two dimensional barcode font standard used to encode large amount of data in a relatively small amount of space. Now days, multiple data may be encoded in DataBar Expanded barcodes for use in POS systems, which can replace common UPC and EAN symbols in the same space or less. This allows serial numbers, sell-by dates and other vital information to be easily verified at the point of sale.
Data bar Code 128 Set A is one of the most popular modern 2D barcode font standards. It is a very high density barcode that supports capital letters, numeric values, control codes and punctuation. Data bar Code 128 Set A is widely implemented in many applications including for inventory and tracking purpose. It includes additional information such as expiration dates, weight and serial numbers in a single symbol that is about the same size as a UPC-A or EAN-13.
DatabarCode 128 Set B Font is high density and widely used 2D barcode font symbology that has been extensively implemented for inventory and shipping field. DatabarCode 128 Set B Font supports capital letters, numeric values, lowercase letters and punctuation.Databar Code 128 Set B Font specifies combinations of 6 bars and spaces for each character except the Stop character, which uses 7. Thus, each character begins with bar and ends with a space.
Databar Code 128 Set C Font is one of the most popular modern 2D barcode font standards. Databar Code 128 Set C Font has been widely implemented in shipping, packaging industry and inventory control. Databar Code 128 Set C font supports double density numeric values from 00 through to 99. Databar Code Set C Font 128 includes 107 symbols, 103 data symbols, 3 start codes and 1 stop code.
Databar limited font has the same data characteristics as the DataBar barcode, except that it may only include values up to 4 trillion. DataBar Limited barcode can encode 14-digit GTIN. If less than 14 digits are being encoded, zeros are appended to the beginning of the data. This symbology is specifically designed to be read by handheld laser scanners and cannot be read efficiently by omni-directional scanners.
Databar truncated has the same data characteristics as the Data Bar barcode, except the bar height is set to the minimum height of 13 times the X dimension. DataBar Font Package contains a 13x font specifically for this purpose. DataBar barcodes have been utilized to solve many problems in POS, grocery and healthcare, where items are too small.