Honeywell CT40 Wearable Wrist Pad Kit for Honeywell PDT CT40/CT45 Mobile Computers
Adding wearable scanning to the CT40 mobile computer increases worker productivity and reduces labour costs in store backrooms as well as small parts picking and packing in retail, warehouse and T&L environments. The CT40 device can also be easily removed from the wearable holder and used alone for in-store or other applications.
Contact us today to learn how insignia can assist with all your scanning needs.
- Includes holder, tethered ring scanner and arm band
- Mobility Edge enterprise management tool for accelerated deployment, optimised device performance, extended lifecycle and strengthened device security
- Support for five Android generations, starting with Android 7.1 (N)
- Easy compatibility and seamless integration with both Honeywell Connected applications as well as third-party applications such as MDM, Push to Talk and VoIP software
- High-performance scanning of linear and 2D barcodes, high motion tolerance for scanning moving parts, and the ability to read poor-quality or damaged barcodes
- Soft rubber finger straps improve comfort and eliminate hygiene concerns because they are impervious to moisture, are easy cleaned, and are quickly interchangeable between shifts
How much do you charge for freight?
Free shipping on orders $100 or more (ex. GST) to metro Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide. Metro areas are as designated by our transport companies. Minimum order of $50 (ex. GST). Prices exclude GST.
How long will my delivery take?
Every order received by insignia before 3pm will be despatched from insignia the same day.
Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne
1-2 Business Days
2-3 Business Days
4-5 Business Days
Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria
2-3 Business Days
3-4 Business Days
Tasmania, Western Australia, Northern Territory
5-7 Business Days
How does a barcode work?
The different black and white elements of a barcode represent different text characters. The elements follow a set algorithm for particular barcode types, so when the barcode is scanned, the computer is able to quickly decode it.
How does a barcode scanner work?
A barcode scanner detects the different black and white barcode elements and turns it into the corresponding text – sending this information to your computer just like a standard keyboard does.
Do I need any special software to use a scanner?
Not for a basic USB scanner. These can just plug into your PC as a HID (Human Interface Device) and populate the area the cursor is in with the data it captures from the barcode.
Can I read a barcode off a screen?
Laser scanners work on reflection of the white area of the barcode. If the reflective glare of the screen interferes with the barcode the scanner may have trouble reading the barcode. 2D scanners work in this environment more effectively as they capture the barcode as a camera image.
What are the different scanner types?
There are three main types of scanners – laser, linear image, and area imagers.
A laser scanner is the most well-known type of scanner and scans traditional 1D barcodes. It works by using a laser-beam light source and the barcode is decoded by a photo diode which measures the light reflected back from the barcode into the laser.
A linear image scanner works more like a digital camera by capturing the image and then decoding it. Similarly to the laser scanner it only reads 1D barcodes, though linear images scanners can read barcodes on any surface including digital devices and damaged or poorly printed barcodes.
Area imagers capture the barcode as an image before analysing and decoding it. Unlike laser and linear image scanners, area imagers can read both 1D and 2D barcodes. Through their omni-directional reading capability, these scanners result in faster reads and the user doesn’t need to spend as much time aiming the scanner.