TT-BS030 2-in-1 Bluetooth & Wired USB Portable Barcode Scanner

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  • CONVENIENT 2-IN-1 DESIGN: Connect wirelessly via Bluetooth for added mobility, or benefit from a stable, wired connection with the included USB charging cable

  • 2x Faster 32-bit PROCESSOR: Seamlessly scan 200 times/sec that’s 2x faster than similar devices; save up to 200,000 barcodes onto the huge 16MB built-in storage

  • COMPATIBLE WITH MOST DEVICES: Connects with smartphones, tablets, or Bluetooth-enabled computers and uploads onto all most common operating systems

  • STURDY ANTI-SHOCK CONSTRUCTION: Enjoy a durable build that’ll withstand drops from up to 5 ft onto concrete; benefit from an ergonomic design that feels comfortable in the hand

  • LONG-LASTING 750mAh BATTERY: Squeeze up to 30 hours of continuous scanning for your inventories or working hours; easily recharge in only 1.5 hours via the included USB charging cable

  • Reviews
  • (4.4 Score)
  • Inexpensive and Works
    By AmazonCustomer
    on April 6,2017
    Plug and play with WIndows 10. Device light and easy to use. Works well both as wired and bluetooth. The code card with common scan functions is quite useful. Inexpensive and functional. What more could one want?
  • It's just what i wanted
    By AmazonCustomer
    on March 26,2017
    Works perfect. Easy to program and set up.
  • TaoTronics Bluetooth Laser Barcode Scanner Review
    By alruf
    on March 5,2017
    The barcode scanner arrived in a color printed box with components wrapped in bubble wrap to protect them during shipping. Unpacking was quite quick and easy as no tape was used. Everything arrived in perfect shape. Contrary to the USB version I reviewed a while back, this model
    The barcode scanner arrived in a color printed box with components wrapped in bubble wrap to protect them during shipping. Unpacking was quite quick and easy as no tape was used. Everything arrived in perfect shape. Contrary to the USB version I reviewed a while back, this model did not require any assembly as a stand is not included. The package included the wireless laser barcode scanner, a USB cable, a user manual and a handy credit card size cheat sheet with a few useful control barcodes. The 3.7V 750mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery was already installed inside the scanner’s handle. This barcode scanner, like many others, is recognized as a keyboard by the computer therefore it does not require any special software. This barcode scanner can be used with any device that accepts a keyboard input via Bluetooth 3.0 so I chose to test it with my phone, a Samsung Galaxy S7. I set my phone to search for Bluetooth devices and noticed a “Pair code” barcode on the handy credit card cheat sheet. As soon as I scanned it, my phone picked up the barcode scanner and installed it successfully. Moments later I was searching for UPCs on Google on my phone… it was that fast and easy! I did not even peak at the user manual yet. In case you wonder, if you try this on a computer that already has a keyboard… do not worry, the computer can handle multiple keyboard type inputs so pairing this scanner with your computer will not cause any issues. The great thing of it working this way is that it makes it virtually compatible with anything that can accept input from a keyboard. If your computer does not have Bluetooth, you will either have to buy a Bluetooth adapter or use this scanner with the included USB cable. I would definitely buy the adapter as it is much more convenient to use wireless. Either way you will have to recharge the battery using the USB cable (1.5hrs per the manual) after about 30 hours of use according to the user manual. In the event you need to scan multiple items out of range, you can set the scanner to inventory mode which will allow you to store a large number of scans without communicating with the host as they will be stored in its internal memory. Using this feature will require scanning special barcodes in the user manual and on the credit card size cheat sheet. Range – this is often a topic of controversy as the actual range one will achieve can vary significantly. This is not the fault of the product but rather due to the nature of RF and the environment the scanner is operated in. The manual states the range is 7 to 10m / 23 to 33 feet indoors and four times better outdoors but this is typically measured in the most optimal setting – absolutely no interference (read wifi, zigbee, phones, etc) and direct line of sight. If you are having range issues and there are metal objects between you and the receiver, then try to move them out of the way. Given this scanner is Bluetooth, it operates in the 2.4GHz ISM band which is shared by many other devices, including Wifi, that can cause interference. However, I have lots of wifi and zigbee devices that all use 2.4GHz and did not seem to have any interference issues. Some scanners come with a stand as they are meant to be always on so that you can put barcoded objects under the scanner instead of handling the scanner to scan the barcode. Think of the grocery store where they just pass the product in front of the scanner. This scanner does not come with one but I believe it was mostly designed for wireless use (to move around) which would not require a stand. Although the construction looks solid, I wish they had used softer rubber for some of the parts where it comes into contact with the working surface when you lay it down. Some much more expensive models have this but you are also paying way more for the scanner. For medium to light use, I believe this will not be an issue at all. For high volume warehouse use, this may not be the best choice. One common setting you might want to turn on or off is the automatic carriage return (aka pressing ENTER) as this may trigger an undesired action in the software you are scanning barcodes. For example, if you are scanning multiple serial numbers in an invoice, you may not want it to go to the next line. The user manual has a large number of settings to customize prefixes, suffixes, and what barcodes are accepted. I tried this scanner with a variety of barcode types, and sizes so see how it worked. I was unable to find a barcode it could not read amongst the ones it supported. One quirk that may annoy some is that when the scanner powers down about 30 seconds after the last use (remember it is battery operated) it will require you press the trigger to turn it on. No laser will be emitted but loud beeps will indicate it is now on and connected. The power off timer can be extended or even turned off. If you turn it off you will likely want to use this scanner connected to power. Overall this is a very nice product for a very reasonable price – If I recall this is several times cheaper than some heavier duty Zebra/Motorola models I’ve seen. Whether you buy this very affordable model or the very expensive alternatives depends on your planned usage. For medium to light usages I believe this is a great choice.
  • Recommended Purchase
    By KindleCustomer
    on January 29,2017
    Another good product, this has been the best scanner I've had up to this point.
  • Yes, works with Square.
    By Jesse
    on April 26,2017
    Bluetooth and USB. I want the options. I also like not using a stand. I like just setting it on it's face-feet when not in use. Confirmed with Tech Support at Tao. Yes, it will work with Square.
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Model TT-BS030

** Amazon Customer Questions & Answers **
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1.can the scanner be programmed to send f3 keyboard command in a prefix Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I can't answer the question for you. However, I've contacted TaoTronics with a question I had about the TaoTronics 2-in-1 Bluetooth & Wired barcode scanner, and they were very responsive. Suggest you contact them directly at
2.Can this be configured to 'scan and execute' navigation keys like home and left arrow, or line feed Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Standard It is possible to add CR, LF or CF + LF as suffix see page 13 of user manuel I had the need to add a Tab as suffix, I have asked the support service and they send me quickly a specific barcode.
3.How do you install the driver on mac? my mac is not recognizing it. Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: There is no need for a driver. Mac says that it doesn't recognize the keyboard but it will work fine in USB or Bluetooth mode.
4.Can this barcode scanner scan on mobile or laptop screens? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: No :(
5.Does this work with Shopkeep point of sale? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: sorry no idea
6.Do I need to download a specific program to open info. I can't figure out how to nmconnext and view barcodes? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: A barcode scanner transform the picture (barcode) in its (alpha)numeric value. The scanner work as a virtual keyboard that sends the (alpha)numeric value to your computer/tablet/mobile.. The scanned value can be accepted by any application that accept text for exemple word, excel or a simple text editor. Some software are dedicated to use barcode scanner (like inventory software) but the aren't mandatory. To connect the scanner the simplest way is to use the provided USB cable, no configuration needed. To connect via bluetooth you need to pair the two devices. - from your pc/tablet... : start searching bluetooth devices - from the bar code scanner : see manual on page 3, scan the "Return to default" code and then "Pair Code" - from you pc/tabel... select the scanner when it appears in the bluetooth device list
7.Can this be used at the same time as a bluetooth keyboard? I will be using a samsung tablet. Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: The Samsung tablet should be able to connect to multiple bluetooth devices simultaneously, including this barcode reader. You could check before buying by connecting the tablet to both your keyboard and some other bluetooth device you or a friend already has (e.g. a speaker, another keyboard, a mouse, etc.)
8.Does this scanner support ean-13 and code-128 Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Yes it supports those types of bar codes.
9.Will this read a smartphone barcode? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I wasn't able to get it too scan so I'll have to say no.
10.Does anyone know of an auto sensing stand that will work and fit this model scanner? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I don't know, but in the manual there is mention about an automatic reading mode (see page 12 of