Identification automatique - Code à barres -
Automatic identification -Barcodes
Barcode Labeling Software
http://www.terryburton.co.uk/barcodewriter/generator/ That seems to be among the better online options in that it has a wide choice of formats and the option of EPS output - I'm not overly inclined to trust low res bitmaps for something like this.
Formatted printed output from programs generally means Postscript in any event
(for a Unix shop at least ;-) ), so inserting a barcode generation function
in the header and then calling it with the right options later is no big hassle.
I wrote a Postscript EAN-13 generator a few years back - it only took about
an hour and
I'm far from a Postscript expert, but I notice the same author as above has a far more comprehensive library at https://code.google.com/p/postscriptbarcode/ which looks promising, although I have no direct experience of it.
Not sure it's relevant.We needed to add labels with barcode and MAC numbers to one of our products.We bought a SATO CX printer on Ebay and wrote our own fairly trivial software to drive it.
GNU barcode writes EPS, as well as other formats.
Yes, a two off actually, two labels and they will need to be updated
for the specific shipment, date, PO number, ect. I like using a spread
sheet for this sort of thing since both the positioning of the fields is easy and it provides data functions. I found an Excel macro online. I
just looked at the page you provided and the bar codes from the two sources don't seem to agree. I need to find a third source to verify
which is right... unless I end up with three different outputs of the same thing!
barcodes have integer-width stripes, this layout fits well with bitmaps if the scale factor is an integer. Bitmaps will oftem be more space-efficient than vector formats, especially if the bitmap format allows non-square pixels
I used gnu barcode and awk to create a unix printer interface which would produce barcode labels for a POS system I did some years back. This worked very well, and while I'm not sure why you would want to parse the output (postscript) rather than simply print it, I would +1 for gnu barcode ... it just worked for me.
Ibutton de Dallas DS199X:
http://web.archive.org/web/20020204122727/http://www.geocities.com/isusnea/dallas.html HC11 reader for Dallas DS1990 touch memories :Basically, DS1990A - touch serial number - is a 64 bit ROM memory and a lythium battery in a special inox case. The content of the memory is unique - there are no two identical devices - and can be read in a couple of miliseconds, by simply touching the device to a passive probe. The dialogue with the device is performed via a "1 wire bus" following a simple protocol. Among typical applications of the device we can count: acces control units, arming/disarming alarm systems, product identification, security devices for computers, etc.
http://lists.dalsemi.com/maillists/1-wire-software-development/2002-February/date.html Discussion about DS199X products
http://jmandon.free.fr/dallas.html Le lecteur DALLAS qui vous est présenté ici est capable de stocker 256 clefs en flash et de commander un relais. Il vous permettra de mettre en oeuvre le 16F876 et de gérer le protocole des IButtons de DALLAS. Une evolution de ce montage est la gestion de la base de donnée par un PC, toutes les routines de traitement étant déja écrites dans le PIC
Feuille de configuration pour le lecteur de code-barre minibar
Manuel du Minibar
Schémas électroniques des décodeurs de code-barre: Minibar (Z80) / Maxibar (8031) /Derby APOG (Z80)
Manuel de configuration du lecteur DERBY (Z80)
Manuel de configuration du lecteur Derby, Master (S.T.I.) à 8031
http://www.barcodechip.com/ The low cost solution to barcode input.
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