Barcode Fonts

 

Understanding Barcode Fonts

Barcode Label Maker Software supports all major standard barcode fonts. Some of the major supported barcode fonts described below are:

  • Codabar : Codabar standard is primarily designed and used in blood banks, libraries, parcels and other many areas. Its supported symbology consisting of numbers (0-9) and special characters (- : . $ / +).

  • Code 11 : Code 11 standard barcode label is a high-density numeric barcode often used for labeling telecommunications equipment. This standard supports the symbology consisting numbers (0-9) and Symbol -

  • Code 128 : Code 128 is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only barcodes. This code is used widely in packaging and shipping industries worldwide. Its symbology supports all ASCII Characters.

  • Code 128 Set A : Code 128 Set A barcode standard supports alphanumeric characters including Numbers: 0-9, Uppercase Letters: A-Z, Space Character, Special Characters (! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + \ = - , . / ; ' [ ] :" ?). It is widely used for inventory and tracking purpose.

  • CODE128 Set B : Code 128 Set B barcode supports all ASCII characters, mainly used in shipping, and inventory packaging industry.

  • CODE128 Set C : Code 128 Set C barcode font supports (0-9) number set only. This type of barcode font standard has been designed primarily for inventory, shipping and other commercial organizations.

  • Code 39 : Code 39 (also called 3 of 9) is used in various fields such as badges, Inventory and Industrial applications. 39 standard barcode supports variety of different characters including Uppercase Letters (A-Z), Numbers (0-9), Space Character, Special Characters (- . $ / + %).

  • CODE93 : Code 93 barcode label is primarily designed for postal services to encode supplementary delivery information with support to Numbers: (0-9), Uppercase Letters (A-Z), Space Character, Special Characters (- . $ / + %).

  • Code 39 Full ASCII : Code 39 is a barcode symbology that supports all ASCII characters and is designed for industries and organizations. This code can be decoded with virtually any barcode reader.

  • EAN 13 : EAN13 is one of two versions of the EAN and is a superset of UPC. This barcoding standard is used worldwide for marking products. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • EAN-8 : Used primarily in retail product marking worldwide with limited label space. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • Industrial 2 of 5 : The Industrial Code 2 of 5 barcode font is scalable and used on any computer system. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • Interleaved 2 of 5 : Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode label consists symbol terminology including numbers (0-9) only. Interleaved 2/5 standard barcode is a high-density numeric barcode used in different fields such as distribution and shipping industries.

  • ISBN-13 : ISBN code is used primarily for the booksellers and stationers. This code is used as a numeric commercial book identifier based upon the (0-9) Standard Book Numbering.

  • ITF-14 : ITF-14 symbols are generally used to mark shipping cartons. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • LOGMARS : LOGMARS is a special application of Code 39 used by the U.S. Department of Defense. It is used widely in US government specification. Its supported character set includes Numbers: 0-9, Uppercase Letters: A-Z, Space Character, Special Characters (- . $ / + %).

  • MSI Plessey : MSI Plessey symbology consisting of (0-9) number set only and this primarily used for inventory control and storage containers. This barcode font standard is widely used in variety of settings like library shelf tags and merchandising features in retail stores.

  • PLANET : Planet barcode is used to electronically track outgoing and incoming mails from United State Postal Service. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only. This barcode supports numeric symbology around 12 to 14 digits long.

  • POSTNET : POSTNET is a barcode symbology that is used by United State Postal Service for providing help in directing mail. This barcode symbology encodes the ZIP code in half and full-length bar. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • Standard 2 of 5 : Standard 2 of 5 is a self-checking numeric-only barcode. It is used primarily for airline ticket marking. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • UCC/EAN-128 : UCC/EAN-128 formats the data in a standardized way to identify the type of information contained in the barcode. UCC/EAN-128 was developed primarily to provide a worldwide standard for exchanging data between different companies. Its supported character set includes all ASCII Characters.

  • UPCA : UPCA is used for marking products which are sold at retail in the USA and Canada. Its supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • UPCE : The UPCE barcode symbology includes character set (0-9) numbers only. It is suited for identifying products in small packages. UPCE is a barcode symbology that is widely used in the United States and Canada for tracking trade items in stores.

  • UPSC Stack Label Font : UPSC Stack Label Font symbology is used by US Postal Services. This barcode font supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • UPSC Tray Label : UPSC Tray Label barcode symbology is used by United States Postal Services and supported character set includes (0-9) numbers only.

  • USS-93 : USS-93 barcode symbology is designed primarily for postal services and its supported character set includes Number set (0-9), Uppercase Letters (A-Z), Space Character, Special Characters (- & % + /.)

 
 
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