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The Bar Code Reader Project

The materials in this pack have been designed to provide a supplementary input system for the microcomputer, to introduce students to the purpose and use of bar code readers and to provide the tools for specific educational applications.


  • the bar code reader itself
  • disks containing demonstration and driver programs
  • a user manual for the teacher and students
  • a metal template for generating your own bar codes
  • a protective acetate sheet

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Microelectronics Education Programme

Format : Disk

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39781. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Scan of Document: The Bar Code Reader Project

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