barcode scanner

(logistics) A computer data input device designed to optically “read” the bars and spaces of a printed barcode and send the data to a computing device. Barcode scanners are used extensively in the entire logistics chain and can be stationary (as at most supermarket cash registers), or portable (as used by the major courier services at package pick-up). See barcode, barcode character.

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