Suggested scanners

The following barcode, QR code, and RFID scanners can be used with your WhosOnLocation kiosk.
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Barcode & QR code scanner Barcode & QR code scanner RFID scanner

Scanner options

Your scanner options depend on the type of device you are using for your kiosk. 

iPad

Scan QR codes using the built-in iPad camera, or scan barcodes and QR codes using the Socket Mobile scanner connected through Bluetooth.

Supported model:

  • Socket Mobile SocketScan 700 Series barcode scanner with QX stand

Windows tablet

Scan QR codes using the built-in tablet camera, or scan barcodes and QR codes using one of the recommended external scanner options below.

You can also use an RFID reader to read access control cards, the pcProx Plus reader can read a wide variety of frequency cards, however, you can use any RFID reader that can read the frequency of your cards.

Supported models:

  • Motorola Zebra DS9300 series barcode scanner
  • pcProx Plus RFID reader

Windows computer

Use any plug and play scanner to scan barcodes or QR codes. 

If your kiosk is run on a computer, you also have the option of installing a front-facing web camera to scan QR codes.

RFID readers can be used to read access control cards. The pcProx Plus reader can read a wide variety of frequency cards, however, you can use any RFID reader that can read the frequency of your cards.

For a receptionist using a computer to sign people in and out, you can scan visitor photo ID’s using the WolScan app on an iPhone or iPad. Use WolScan on any iPhone running on iOS 10 or later. We recommend using the most recent iOS.

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