3 of 9 is probably a good way for you to go. Lot's of stuff avail on it. It
has the same width "spaces" and 9 bars (3 are wide, 6 are narrow), start and
stop characters and an optional check digit.
Try these bar code links:
Let me know if they help.
P.S. I have a very nice long range CCD barcode scanner for sale. Much eaiser
to use than a wand. No moving parts, used 3 hours, scans up to 7" from code.
It has a keyboard wedge or "raw" decoded output. In the box with all manual's
etc. Private E-Mail me if you (or anyone) is interested.
Email to: scott.horton@global(NOSPAM)netlink.net
(Remove the "(NOSPAM)" from the address above)
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