The scanning parts of the OPR3201 are positioned near the central core of the grip to stabilize the hand movement while scanning. Together with the large grip, this makes it easier and more comfortable to target the barcodes.

Plug & scan
The auto-trigger feature of the OPR3201 and the complementing stand initiates automatic scanning and allows the user to operate instantly and hands free. Available in USB, RS232 and Keyboard Wedge connectivity options, the OPR3201 can be easily integrated into any host computer system as a plug and play device.


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Operating indicators  
Visual 1 LED (red/green/orange)
Non-visual Buzzer
Operating keys  
Entry options 1 scan key
RS232 DB9 PTF connector with external power supply
Keyboard Wedge MiniDIN6 F/M connector
USB Ver. 1.1, HID/VCP, USB-A connector
Voltage requirement 5V ± 10% (Keyboard Wedge and USB), 6V (min. 4.5, max. 6.5V) (RS232)
Current consumption Max. 100mA (typical use)
Barcode scanner Optics  
Light source 650 nm visible laser diode
Scan method Bi-directional scanning
Scan rate 100 scans/sec
Trigger mode Manual, auto-trigger, stand detection
Reading pitch angle -35 to 0º, 0 to +35º
Reading skew angle -50 to -8°, +8 to +50°
Reading tilt angle -20° to 0º, 0 to +20º
Curvature R>15 (EAN8), R>20 (EAN13)
Min. resolution at PCS 0.9 0.127 mm / 5 mil
Print contrast 20% minimum reflective difference
Depth of field 40 - 500 mm / 1.57 - 19.69 in (1.0 mm / 39 mil), 20 - 350 mm / 0.79 - 13.78 in (0.5 mm / 20 mil), 20 - 200 mm / 0.79 - 7.87 in (0.25 mm / 10 mil), 20 - 100 mm / 0.79 - 3.94 in (0.15 mm / 6 mil), 30 - 70 mm / 1.18 - 2.76 in (0.127 mm / 5 mil), at PCS 0.9, Code 39
Supported Symbologies  
Barcode (1D) JAN/UPC/EAN incl. add on, Codabar/NW-7, Code 11, Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, GS1-128 (EAN-128), GS1 DataBar (RSS), IATA, Industrial 2of5, Interleaved 2of5, ISBN-ISMN-ISSN, Matrix 2of5, MSI/Plessey, S-Code, Telepen, Tri-Optic, UK/Plessey
Postal code Chinese Post, Korean Postal Authority code
2D code Composite codes, MicroPDF417, PDF417
Temperature in operation -5 to 50 °C / -23 to 122 °F
Temperature in storage -20 to 60 °C / -4 to 140 °F
Humidity in operation 5 - 95% (non-condensing)
Humidity in storage 5 - 90% (non-condensing)
Ambient light immunity White 3,000 lx max, Fluorescent 3,000 lx max, Direct sun 50,000 lx max
Drop test 1.5 m / 5 ft drop onto concrete surface
Vibration test 10 - 100 Hz with 2G for 1 hour
Protection rate IP 42
Dimensions (w x h x d) 56 x 149 x 109 mm / 2.20 x 5.87 x 4.29 in
Dimensions stand (w x h x d) 146 x 106 x 295 mm / 5.75 x 4.17 x 11.61 in (excl. scanner)
Weight body Ca. 80 g / 2.8 oz (excl. cable)
Weight stand CA. 385 g / 13.85 oz
Case ABS, Black or White
Regulatory & Safety  
Product compliance CE, FCC, VCCI, RoHS, JIS-C-6802 Class 2, IEC 60825-1 Class 2, FDA CDRH Class II


Integration of barcode scanning eliminates errors and allows faster collection of data that needs to be communicated across the care providers. The unique barcode on a patient's badge connects to the patient's electronic health record when scanned. Medication is also supplied with a unique barcode, so that the medical history and prescription list is available for the care professional. The considerably light weight of the OPR3201 and its pistol shape enables smooth and ergonomically scanning for all employees within the healthcare.

Patient administration
Reception desk registrations
Activating the Electronic Health Record (EHR)
Providing inside in the patient administration
Medication registration


The OPR3201 works perfect at POS counters. The flexible dedicated stand enables smooth hands free scanning. Bulky articles, which do not fit on the counter, can easily be scanned when taking the OPR3201 out of the stand and using the trigger mode. The ability to withstand drops of 1.5 meter onto concrete make this device rugged enough for use on the shop floor.

Item identification
Price checking
On-counter scanning

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