Honeywell Granit 1990i Version

The Honeywell Granit 1990i is engineered to keep performing even after impacts such as drops from loading docks, forklifts, and picking trucks, thanks to its best-in-class 3 meters (10 foot) drop resistance. Durability is evident through the 1 meter (3.3 foot) tumble test, demonstrating resilience against daily knocks and drops from workstations or waist height. A best-in-class 7,000 tumble specification ensures Granit scanners are well-equipped to withstand demanding environments for the long term.

In industrial settings, the scan window is often a frequent point of failure for scanning devices. Granit scanners are designed with a small, deeply recessed, scratch- and impact-resistant window to prevent such failures. This crucial sealing component ensures that dust and moisture do not enter the casing, degrading scanning performance or causing premature failure. The Granit solution maintains its IP67 sealing integrity, even under harsh treatment.

Barcodes expedite data entry and enhance accuracy, maximizing productivity in operational tasks. However, damaged or low-quality barcodes can slow down transactions and cause inconvenience. Poor labels are common in warehouses, distribution centers, and industrial environments due to low-quality printing or damage during handling. Granit XP is built on Honeywell’s next-generation imaging platform, integrating a high-resolution sensor and enhanced decoding algorithms to quickly and accurately read barcode symbols. Granit XP ensures that challenging labels do not become bottlenecks in processes.

The corded Granit XP 1990iSR model offers high durability and extreme performance for standard range operations. Created for applications requiring high-speed scanning to maximize productivity and where durability is non-negotiable for low total cost of ownership, the Granit XP 1990iSR scanner provides the optimal solution.