2DTG offers All-in-1 Barcode Decoding SDK on USB Dongle key (HASP® HL PRO by SafeNet, Inc.) interfaced to Windows 32/64 (XP … 10) and Linux 32/64 and recommended for industrial grade applications. Unlike RTL license, Dongle license is not tied to a particular computer - the software can be used on any PC to which the Sentinel HL key is connected. It does not require an Internet connection to activate the software.
It combines all 2DTG’s libraries in one package. The symbologies can be auto-selected by the Decoding Library or selected manually prior to decoding from the Settings Menu (to speed up decoding process).
The following barcode decoding libraries are included into the package:
- Data Matrix, Enterprise Edition (DM_EP)
- QR Code, Professional Edition (QRC_PRO)
- 1D Barcodes (1D_EP) including:
- Linear symbologies: EAN 13, EAN 8, UPCE, Code 39, Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5 and Codabar
- GS1 Databar (former RSS14 family)
- Postal codes: USPS PostNet, USPS IMB, New Zealand PostCode, SwissPostCode, and
- PDF417 (PDF_PRO)
Library features are the same as for the full Windows versions. They are described in detail in the corresponding User’s Guides.
It’s GS1 compliant - returns Symbology Identifier that can be used by GS1 users when building their applications.
Data Matrix decoders include “Dot Peen capabilities” extending their use to DPM (Direct Part Making) area.
Enterprise B2B, internal corporate distribution
– low volume model
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Network Licensing and Terminal Services
Terminal Services are not supported in our regular, "single licensed library" system. Running library over the network requires network license, which is not bound to any particular workstation on the network, but rather to the network itself. 2DTG offers network licenses both for RTL and Dongles providing the ability to host multiple, simultaneous client sessions. Activating / deploying the DLL on one instance (either workstation or server - “seat”) will enable all seats (up to the total number of purchased network licenses) to have access.