In this section, you can familiarize with general terms of DRPU Barcode Label Maker Software.
Barcode: Barcode is a sequence of machine readable lines of varying width which contains data in a visual format. The barcode uses a sequence of vertical bars and spaces to represent numbers and other symbols.
Barcode Font: Barcode font is a collection of characters (both textual and symbolic) that share common visual elements between all characters of one size of one type style in barcode.
Barcode Label: A barcode label is a visual image attached to any item or product with a unique number and comprises of vertical lines which contains machine readable data.
Barcode Printer: A barcode printer is a computer peripheral for printing barcode labels or tags that can be attached to any physical objects.
Barcode Scanner: A barcode scanner is an optical scanning device designed to read information printed in the form of bars of different sizes on barcode labels.
Barcode Software: Barcode software is an efficient program to develop professional good-looking barcode images that can easily be printed by barcode scanners and printers.
Code 39 Barcode: Code 39 (also called 3 of 9) is easy to print barcode label generator used in various fields such as badges, Inventory and Industrial applications. 39 standard barcode supports different characters including Uppercase Letters (A-Z), Numbers (0-9), Space Character, Special Characters (- . $ / + %).
Code 39 Full ASCII Barcode Font: Code 39 is a barcode symbology that supports all ASCII characters and is widely used in industry and can be decoded with virtually any barcode reader.
Code 93 Barcode: Code 93 barcode label is primarily used in postal services to encode supplementary delivery information with support to Numbers: (0-9), Uppercase Letters: (A-Z), Space Character, Special Characters - . $ / + %
Codabar Barcode: Codabar standard is often used in libraries, blood banks, parcels and more areas. This standard supports different symbology consisting numbers (0-9) and special characters (- : . $ / +)
Code11 Barcode: Code 11 standard barcode label is a high-density numeric barcode used Primarily for labeling telecommunications equipment. This barcode label supports the symbology consisting numbers (0-9) and Symbol -
Code 128: Code 128 is a very high-density barcode symbology. It is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only barcodes. This code is used widely in shipping and packaging industries worldwide. Its supported character set includes All ASCII Characters.
Code 128 Set A Barcode: Code 128 Set A barcode supports alpha numeric characters including Numbers: 0-9, Uppercase Letters: A-Z, Space Character, Special Characters ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + \ = - , . / ; ' [ ] : " < > ?
This type of barcode font is commonly used for inventory and tracking purpose.
Code 128 Set B Barcode: Code 128 Set B barcode supports all ASCII characters. This easier barcode font is mainly used in shipping and inventory field.
Code 128 Set C Barcode: Code 128 Set C barcode font supports (0-9) numbers only. This type of barcode symbology is used in inventory, shipping and industry.
EAN13 Barcode Font: EAN13 is one of two versions of the EAN and is a superset of UPC. An EAN-13 barcode is a barcoding standard used worldwide for marking products often sold at retail point of sale. EAN is an extension to UPC-A to include the country information. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
EAN8 Barcode Font: EAN-8 is a barcode and is derived from the longer EAN-13 code. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only. It is primarily used in retail product marking world wide with limited label space.
Industrial 2 of 5 Barcode Font: The Industrial Code 2 of 5 barcode font is scalable and used on any computer system. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
Interleaved 2 of 5 Barcode: Interleaved 2/5 standard barcode is a high density numeric barcode used in different fields such as distribution and shipping industries. Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode label consists symbol terminology including numbers (0-9) only.
ISBN 13 Barcode Font: ISBN is a unique numeric commercial book identifier based upon the (0-9) Standard Book Numbering. This code is used primarily for the booksellers and stationers.
ITF-14 Barcode Font: ITF-14 is the GS1 implementation of an Interleaved 2 of 5 bar code to encode a Global Trade Item Number. ITF-14 symbols are generally used to mark shipping cartons. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
LOGMARS Barcode Font: LOGMARS is a special application of Code 39 used by the U.S. Department of Defense and is governed by Military Standard MIL-STD-1189B. It is used in US government specification. Its supported character set includes Numbers: 0-9, Uppercase Letters: A-Z, Space Character, Special Characters (- . $ / + %)
MSI Plessey Barcode: The MSI Plessey barcode symbology supports only numeric values (0-9) and this scalable MSI barcode font is primarily used for inventory control and storage containers. Widely used in variety of settings like library shelf tags and merchandising features in retail stores.
Planet Barcode: Planet barcode is used for electronically track outgoing and incoming mail from United State Postal Service. This barcode supports numeric symbology around 12 to 14 digits long. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
Postnet Barcode: POSTNET is a barcode symbology that is used by United State Postal Service for providing help in directing mail. This barcode symbology encodes the ZIP code in half and full length bar. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
Standard 2 of 5 Barcode Font: Standard 2 of 5 is a self-checking numeric-only barcode. Unlike Interleaved 2 of 5, all of the information is encoded in the bars; the spaces are fixed width and are used only to separate the bars. Standard 2 of 5 is used primarily for airline ticket marking. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
UCC/EAN-128 Barcode Font: UCC/EAN-128 uses normal Code 128 barcodes, but formats the data in a standardized way to identify the type of information contained in the barcode. Its supported character set includes all ASCII Characters.
UCC/EAN-128 was developed to provide a worldwide standard for exchanging data between different companies.
UPCA Barcode Font: UPCA is used for marking products which are sold at retail in the USA and Canada. The barcode identifies the manufacturer and specific product so point-of- sale cash register systems can automatically look up the price. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
UPCE Barcode Font: The UPC-E barcode is the short form representation of a UPC number. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only. It is suited for identifying products in small packages.
UPCE is a barcode symbology that is widely used in the United States and Canada for tracking trade items in stores.
UPSC Stack Label Barcode Font: UPSC Stack Label barcode symbology is used by United States Postal Services and supported character set include (0-9) numbers only.
UPSC Tray Label Barcode Font: UPSC Tray Label barcode symbology is used by United States Postal Services and supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.
USS-93 Barcode Font: USS-93 barcode symbology is primarily used in postal services and supported character set includes Numbers: 0-9, Uppercase Letters: A-Z, Space Character, Special Characters (- & % + /.)