What is ESD?

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is the release of static electricity when two objects come into contact. Familiar examples of ESD include the shock we receive when we walk across a carpet and touch a metal doorknob, and the static electricity we feel after drying clothes in a clothes dryer. A more extreme example of ESD is a lightning bolt. While most ESD events are harmless, they can be an expensive problem in many industrial environments.

Unitech ESD-safe Scanner

Unitech ESD-safe barcode scanners are specifically designed to satisfy the stringent requirements of static-safe environments such as manufacturing (semi-conductor), gas station, fuel grounds, mining fields, clean rooms, and other situations that require electrostatic discharge control.

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