Barcode types that you can scan with codeREADr

Notably, we add barcode languages on a regular basis. Therefore, if you don’t see the symbology that you need to scan, contact us. Also, to compare these engines, please look here for credentials to test with.

Standard Scan Tool

Scan with iOS devices:

  • Code 39 [To scan Code 39 with iOS and the standard scan engine you must select Code 39 in the app’s Settings or on the Advanced tab when creating/editing a Service on codeREADr.com.]
  • Code 128
  • Data Matrix
  • EAN 8
  • EAN 13
  • Interleaved 2of5
  • QR Code
  • UPC-A and UPC-E

Scan with Android devices:

  • Codabar
  • Code 39 and Code 128
  • Data Matrix
  • EAN 8 and EAN 13
  • Interleaved 2of5
  • ITF
  • QR Code
  • UPC-A and UPC-E

Note: the standard scan engine supports UTF-8 encoding.

SD PRO Scan Tool

Scan with iOS and Android devices

(see video)

Truly Professional Scan Engine. Uses the Device’s Camera – No Expensive Scanning Hardware is Necessary

  • AZTEC
  • C128-ISBT
  • CODABAR
  • CODABLOCK-F
  • CODE 93
  • CODE-11
  • CODE-128
  • CODE-39
  • COMPOSITE
  • COMPOSITE-WITH-UPC
  • COUPON-CODE
  • DATA MATRIX
  • DOT
  • DATA MATRIX – RECTANGLE
  • EAN-13, EAN-13 2CHAR ADDENDA, EAN-13 5CHAR ADDENDA, and EAN-13-ISBN
  • EAN-8, EAN-8 2CHAR ADDENDA, and EAN-8 5CHAR ADDENDA
  • GS1-128
  • GRID-MATRIX
  • HANXIN
  • HK25
  • I25
  • IATA25
  • KOREA_POST
  • M25
  • MAXICODE
  • MICROPDF
  • MSI
  • PDF-417
  • QR-CODE
  • RSS-14
  • RSS-EXPANDED
  • RSS-LIMITED
  • S25
  • TELEPEN
  • TRIOPTIC
  • UPC-A, UPC-A 2CHAR ADDENDA, and UPC-A 5CHAR ADDENDA
  • UPC-E. UPC-E 2CHAR ADDENDA, UPC-E 5CHAR ADDENDA, and UPC-E EXPAND
  • UPC-E0 and UPC-E1

Notes

1 –  SD PRO supports ISO-8859-1 (Latin1) encoding as the default. Please contact us if you need support for UTF-8 encoding.

2 – For best practices when scanning UPC/EAN barcodes, please see the blog article on Smart Scan with UPC/EAN barcodes.

3 – If you want to convert UPC-E scans into the UPC-A equivalent you need to select the barcode format “UPC E Expand” and any other UPC-E and UPC-A barcodes you want to scan. See screenshot below:

UPC conversion

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