Barcode Glossary 2

Barcode-Glossary

Barcode-Glossary 2

  • 2 of 5 Matrix

  • The character set of the 2 of 5 Matrix is a numerical code (10 digits). Each character consists of five elements, i.e. of three bars and two spaces. The code is a two-width code, apart from an over-wide bar in the start/stop character. The symbology is also called 2/5 3 Bar Matrix or 2 of 5 Matrix.
    See chapter "2 of 5 Matrix".

  • 2 of 5 Industrial

  • The character set of the 2 of 5 Industrial is a numerical code (10 digits). Each character consists of five elements, i.e. of two wide and three narrow bars. The spaces carry no information. The code is a two-width code. The symbology is also called 2/5 5 Bar Industry or 2 of 5 Industrial.
    See chapter "2 of 5 Industrial".

  • 2 of 5 Interleaved

  • The character set of the 2 of 5 Interleaved is a numerical code (10 digits). Only two digit pairs can be displayed. Each digit pair consists of ten elements, i.e. of five bars and five spaces. The code is a two-width code. The symbology is also called 2 of 5 Interleaved or Interleaved 2 of 5 or I 2 of 5 or USD-1.
    See chapter "2 of 5 Interleaved".

  • 2 of 5 3 Bars (Datalogic)

  • Numerical barcode character set. Each character consists of 5 elements, 3 bars and 2 spaces. 2 of the elements are wide and 3 are narrow, i.e. the bars as well as the spaces can be both wide and narrow. The spaces between the characters are without information.

  • 2-Width-Barcode

  • See "Two-Width Symbology".

  • 2D-Barcode

  • A barcode symbology in which the symbol consists of two or more rows of symbol characters that are joined together.
    See "stacked barcodes".

  • 2 State Barcode

  • Barcodes, which do not consist of elements of differing width but of differing height. 2 State Barcodes show elements with two bars of the same width that are differing in height and position.
    See "POSTNET".