Honeywell’s Solaris 7820 vertical scanner features easy integration into any environment and aggressive scanning performance. With an extended omnidirectional depth of field, cashiers can scan codes intuitively with minimal concern for orientation as the barcode does not need to be positioned exactly for a successful reading. The scanner front is absolutely flat and includes the three capacitive switches for changing to standby mode, selecting the confirmation beep and the volume control. The scan window can thus be cleaned easily, while its robustness is increased by the lack of movable parts. Multiple on-board interfaces make the Solaris 7820 compatible with most POS systems, which facilitates integration. The Solaris 7820 further simplifies integration by drawing power directly from the host using the USB or serial port. A troubleshooting visual diagnostic indicator helps to detect and remedy malfunctions quickly. The capability to perform remote upgrades or software configurations are further advantages of the Solaris 7820. Every scanner comes standard with an integrated EAS antenna and the capability to interlock with either Checkpoint or Sensormatic systems. The Solaris 7820 sets itself apart from the field with an auxiliary port that provides a point of communication for either a hand-held scanner or external scales. Honeywell offers the Solaris 7820 with one of two optional flex-pole stands for countertop or wall-mounted applications. For harsh checkout environments, the Solaris 7820 provides an optional reinforced protective window.