Barcode Printing Software
As an alternative to special barcode printers, printing onto A4 sheets of paper labels using existing conventional printers may be preferred. We specialise in 2 Worth Data products, 'Labelright for Windows' and 'Barfonts for Windows'. We have sold these packages over the last 9 years to all types of organisation and know them to be feature-rich and excellent value.
Alternatively, Barfonts is a package that allows inclusion of barcodes into other windows applications where a host of barcode fonts become available alongside all your normal windows fonts. It also includes programmers libraries for those who want to translate and print their application data as barcodes, seamlessly from within their programs which might for example be developed in Access, Delphi or Foxpro. For full information please visit the Manufacturers Web Page. The price is £139, again no delivery charge for 3-4 days, and a 30 day refund guarantee. We can also provide pre-printed labels of all types, even including metal barcode tags that can be fixed using rivets or adhesive.
Barcode Printing Decoders
JJA Ltd. also supply discounted barcode printing decoders, hardware that connects to the target printer and is controlled by the application software which sends out user-defined characters to produce barcodes on existing reports etc. This approach is very popular with software developers who use hardware decoders to quickly achieve barcode printing transparently within their application particularly from non-Windows operating systems such as HP/UX, AIX, Oracle based UNIX systems etc etc...
The BCM3000 is a small, compact unit capable of attachment to all standard laser, matrix and ink jet printers which transforms them into powerful bar code and labelling printers. Normal printer operation is not affected - BCM3000 simply extends the printers capabilities to include bar codes, scalable text, line & box drawing. With both parallel and serial interfaces in the same unit, BCM3000 connects to systems ranging from PCs to mainframes.