The GSM400

When ordering the GSM400 please use part number 10613

The Global Barcode Scanner Manager 400  organizes serial port barcode scanners with plug-and-play simplicity. 

GSM400 Global Barcode Scanner Manager 400The GSM400 has four (4) numbered serial ports on the side. Plug a scanner in and that scanner is assigned to the corresponding numbered interface on the Global 400mp. 

Plugging in and unplugging additional scanners as no impact on scanners already plugged in and assigned to an interface. Those scanners remain paired with that interface until you change them. 

Fast, simple, reliable. 

Your time is valuable. You'd rather be producing a product than trying to figure out a device that is supposed to make production easier. GSM400 gets you to work quicker and keeps you working. 

You Don't Need an MES to Benefit From Wireless Error Proofing!

MES systems continue becoming more widespread but they are far from being implemented in every manufacturing facility. Having an MES is not a requirement for implementing our wireless error-proofing systems. 

Our wireless error-proofing systems are designed for control and eliminating inadvertent changes that can be made out on the shop floor or in an assembly cell. Our Global 400 can operate as a standalone, mini-MES system. Our Global 400 can also be linked together in their own network away from the MES. 

This flexibility is as simple as using a bar-code scanner. Simply scan a job, and parameters and the Global 400 has the P-Set information needed to organize tools, groups, jobs, parameters, and operators to get the job done right and document everything. 

Creating Barcodes the Right Way

Not all barcodes are built alike. Sometimes minor differences create major problems. We work closely with customers to ensure that every aspect of their wireless error-proofing system is maximized.

When we say everything, we mean everything. Right down to the barcode.

If you need help with creating the right barcodes, we have had success using this website.

When using the 3 of 9 font to create a barcode, typically an asterisk, (*) is used as the suffix and prefix to tell the program where to start and stop. 

The barcode generated at the link we have provided automatically adds the asterisk so there is no need to do so. 

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