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Barcode Symbologies - supported by Barcode Image Generator

Ean 13 Barcode Generator

EAN-13 (European Article Number 13 renamed as International Article Number)

EAN 13 is a highly recognized barcode symbology and officially consented on 1 January 2005. Now well known as GTIN 13 and defined through a standard organization GS1. EAN 13 is known as JAN 13 in Japan. EAN 13 is used world wide for retail product marking while primarily implemented only in super markets to identify prices at point of sales.

EAN 13 barcode comprises of four sections including Number System, Manufacturer Code, Product Code and the last one is Check Digit. Number System: Generally printed in left side of barcode and including digits from 00 to 99. Manufacturer Code: Mentioned just below the barcode and separated by guard bar which is assigned to every manufacturer by numbering authority. Product Code: Specified just below the barcode which is isolated through the guard bar, followed to manufacturer code and assigned for every product by manufacturer.

Check Digit: Implemented in right most side of barcode and calculated according to Modulo 10. EAN 13 barcode structure consists of 13 characters and separated into two sections by six digits (0 to 9) in each side with one middle guard bar in which first side is always starts with a space and second side with a bar and end with a space.

Ean 8 Barcode generator

EAN-8

EAN 8 or European Article Number 8 is a barcode symbology and derived from EAN 13 to implement barcodes on very small retail products packages such as pencils, chewing gum packets, cigarettes etc. EAN 8 is also used to encode GTIN-8 and commonly implemented in various companies and countries including North America and in Japan known as JAN 8.

EAN 8 structure comprises of 8 numbers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0) in which three are digits prefix, four digits used for article identification and the remaining one is Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 10).

Industrial 2 of 5 Barcode generator

Standard 2 of 5 - Also known as: Code 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5.

Industrial 2 of 5 is simplest low density numeric barcode symbology and used since 1960’s. Industrial 2 of 5 also known as Standard 2 of 5 and used for distribution, warehouse kind of industries, shipping, sequential numbering on airline tickets, photofinishing etc while primarily implemented only in industries. Industrial 2 of 5 barcode is consists only numbers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) without any fixed length in parenthesis and an optional Check digit is calculate according to Modulo 10.

Code 2 of 5 Barcode generator

Code 2 of 5 Interleaved - Also known as: Interleaved 2 of 5

Interleaved 2 of 5 offers a simplest, high density continuous two width numeric barcode symbology stands on basic of Standard 2 of 5 symbology. Interleaved 2 of 5 is widely implemented on cartons, containers, corrugated boxes, pallets of goods in distribution and shipping, freight sectors while primarily used in warehouse as well as industrial applications. Interleaved 2 of 5 is also applied in laboratories and medical industries.

Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode structure comprises five bars in which two are wide and another three are narrow, ten two width numeric characters (00 to 99) with an optional Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 10) including bars at even places while spaces at odd locations.

Code 39 Barcode generator

Code 39 - Also known as: USD-3, Code 3 of 9, LOGMARS

Code 39 is a linear, first alpha numeric and low data density barcode symbology developed in 1974 by Dr. David Allais and Ray Stevens of Intermec which was later standardized with ANSI MH 10.8 M-1983 and MIL-STD-1189 to encode various labels for non-retail industrial applications, model numbers etc. Code 39 is globally established with other famous names as USS Code 39, USD-3, Type 39, Code 3/9, Alpha39 and Code 3 of 9 which includes 3 wide and six narrow elements.

Code 39 provides a discrete symbology to encode uppercase letters (A to Z), digits (0 to 9) and unique characters (- $. / + % * Space) which requires enough space for encoding of data. Code 39 follows a structure of 9 elements having 5 bars with 4 spaces without any fixed variable length in which every two adjacent characters are always isolated through inter-character gap. Code 39 barcode comprises of starting and trailing quiet zone with a start (*) and stop (*) character, message encoded data followed by optional Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 43) and the height of bars must be 15% of symbol’s length.

Code 39 extended Barcode generator

Code 39 Extended - Also known as: USD-3, Code 3 of 9, LOGMARS, Code39Extended, Code 39 Full ASCII mode

Extended Code 39 is a distinct barcode symbology developed after well establishment of Code 39 and supports complete ASCII 128 characters set by implementing double character encoding, and highly compatible to encode tabs, lower case letters (a to z), numbers, symbols (+, $, %, /,*, &, #, !, (), - etc), returns, punctuations along with Code 39 barcode font. Extended Code 39 is also known as Code 39 Full ASCII and executed only in closed systems to keep absolute control over the scanning location for accurate interpretation of barcodes.

Extended Code 39 barcode structure have same start and stop characters, comprises of numbers (0 to 9), alphabets (A to Z, a to z), special symbols (`,!,@,#,$,%,^,&,*,(),-,+,=,<>,_,|,\,{},[],:,) and Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 43).

Code 128 Barcode generator

Code 128 - Also known as: Code-128

Code 128 is extremely high density alpha numeric barcode symbology developed in early 1980’s to encode all 128 ASCII character set involving 107 symbols, 103 data symbols, 3 start code and 1 stop code with an extension character (FNC4) and maintained through Automatic Identification Manufacturers (AIM). Code 128 symbology is primarily referred as ISO/IEC 15417:2007 and executed in shipping and packaging industries. Code 128 A is used for inventory and tracking purposes, Code 128 B also implemented in inventory and shipping field and Code C is used in shipping, industry and inventory fields.

Code 128 structure isolates in specific sections including quiet zone, start/stop character, encoded message data, Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 103) and contains three bars with three spaces. Code 128 barcode supports numbers (0 to 9), alphabets (A to Z, a to z), control codes and all standard ASCII symbols. Code 128 described within three sub types Code 128 A, Code 128 B, Code 128 C and consists of three spaces with three bars in which bars always implementing even numbers while spaces using odd numbers.

Code 128 A: Includes standard ASCII symbols 00 to 95, numbers (0 to 9), alphabets (A to Z) and Control Codes.
Code 128 B: Includes standard ASCII symbols 32 to 127, numbers (0 to 9), alphabets (A to Z, a to z) and Control Codes.
Code 128 C: Includes two numeric digits (0 to 9) into each character.

Ean 128 Barcode generator

UCC/EAN-128 - Also known as: GS1-128, EAN-128, UCC-128, EAN128, UCC128

UCC/EAN – 128, new name is GS1 - 128 is a global standard for barcode symbology to exchange the data in between several different industries by a specific format, defined through Application Identifiers and implementing Code 128 symbology. UCC/EAN 128 is applied on products, palettes to allot batch or lot numbers and in retail industry.

UCC/EAN – 128 used to encode only numeric data by starting character C which is followed by FNC1 character (102) and other remaining data. UCC/EAN 128 structure have numbers (0 to 9) without any fixed length with Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 103).

UPC Barcode generator

UPC-A - Also known as: UPCA

Universal Product Code A renowned as UPC A is well established barcode font since birth in 3 April 1973 with name of UPC which was first formally recognized barcode symbology for product labeling or marking in grocery industry. Now UPC A is absolutely adaptable for tracking of thousands of varying products such as books, magazines, toys, drugs, tickets and lots of others in many countries but still widely used for tracking of retail goods in North America (Canada and United States) stores. Structure of UPC A

UPC A data structures are component of Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs) and track world wide established GS1 standards.
UPC A symbology comprises of exactly 30 bars which follows bit pattern and retains only 12 digits numeral data of 95 bits wherein each digit is identified by seven bits code along with a compact checksum excluding any sort of letters and characters for encoding which isolates in four sections viz. Number System, Manufacturer Code, Product Code and the last one is Check Digit.
Generally Number System exists in left most position of barcode while Manufacturer as well as Product Code placed just downward the barcode which is detached through guard bar and Check Digit in right most location of barcode.

Number System: Starting digit of barcode to recognize the type of the item.
Manufacturer Code: Assigned through UCC council for all manufacturers and companies involved in products distribution by usage of UPC A barcode.
Product Code: Consists of five digit number and assigned by manufacturer to products for world wide use.

Check Digit: Implies to validate the generation and scanning of barcode.
Classification of UPC A barcode on basis of digits 0,1,,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
0,1,6,7,8,9:- Engaged only with most common regular things.

2:- Assigned to items put on the markets according to weight variables.
3:- Reserved for Drug and Health products by National Drug Code.
4:- Assigned for local use in retail stores and warehouses on loyalty cards, store coupons or other non food items.
5:- Reserved specifically only for Coupons.

UPC Barcode generator

UPC-E - Also known as: UPCE

UPC E (Universal Product Code E) is a short version of UPC A with composite components to generate a compact barcode including only six digits for tagging very small products, packages etc.

UPC E barcode structure is always started with 0 and including only numbers (0 to 9) with two bars as well as two spaces and at last involves one Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 10).

Code 93 Barcode generator

Code 93 - Also known as: USS-93, Code93.

Code 93 is an alpha numeric higher density barcode symbology developed by Intermec in 1982 to provide enhanced data security to Code 39 and competent to encode 48 distinct characters. Initially Code 93 was implemented through Canada Post for postal services to encode additional delivery information.

Code 93 barcode structure consists of numbers (0 to 9), alphabets (A to Z, a to z), symbols (-, $, %, #, @, &, (), +,-, :, [], \,|, *, ?, _, `, {}, <>,=, Space) and Check digit is not obligatory (Calculated according to Modulo 47). Code 93 character have start/stop character and absolutely isolated between nine modules includes three bars, three spaces and each bar and space is wide in between range of 1 to 4, message encoded, first check character (C), another check character (K) and termination bar.

Code 93 extended Barcode generator

Code 93 Extended - Also known as: USS-93, Code93Extended, Code 93 Full ASCII mode.

Code 93 is restricted to 43 characters and 5 special characters. In Full ASCII Code 93 Symbols 0-9, A-Z, "-", ".", "$", "/", "+" and "%" are the same as their representations in Code 93. Lower case letters, additional punctuation characters and control characters are represented by sequences of two characters of Code 93.

Code 11 Barcode generator

Code 11 - Also known as: USD-8

Code 11 is a discrete older high density barcode symbology which was developed in 1977 by Intermec for identifying telecommunication machineries and equipment. Code 11 is also renowned as USD-8.

Code 11 comprises 10 digital characters and one dash symbol (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, -) with one (C) or two (K) checksum digits according to length of message and height of bars must be at least 15% of symbol’s length. Characters are separated by inter-character gap which normally have the same width like the narrow elements. Code 11 structures include bars and spaces with different possibility of occurrence of wide and narrow elements in which wide represents 1 of binary and narrow used to represent 0 of binary. Code 11 is completely constituted of start as well as stop character, encoded message and check digit (Calculated by Modulo 11).

Codabar Barcode generator

Codabar - Also known as: USD-4, NW-7, Code 2 of 7

Codabar is a linear discrete numeric barcode symbology and developed in 1972 by Pitney Bowes, Inc. Codabar is also well known with many other names as Codeabar, NW-7 (Japanese name), Rationalized Codabar, Monarch, Code 2 of 7, Ames Code, ANSI/AIM BC3-1995 and USD-4.

Codabar comprises narrow and wide bars (ratio in between 2.0-3.0) with minimum height of bars must be 15% of the symbol length. It has valid and unique 16 Characters (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0,-,$,:/,+), no fixed length, Check Digit (not mandatory) calculated according to Modulo 16 with option to select four distinct start and stop characters viz. A, B, C, D and some versions allows only for eight. Codabar implements in photo labs, libraries, parcels, blood banks, medical purposes, FedEx air-bills and in number of other industries.

Planet Barcode generator

PLANET - (The Postal Alpha Numeric Encoding Technique)

PLANET is a barcode symbology having 12 or 14 digits to encode mails during delivery by United States Postal Services.
PLANET barcode symbology is used to basically identify mails on basis of class, shape, Confirm Subscriber ID and with Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 10). PLANET barcode structure encodes the data with half and full height bars while start as well as end with full bars in which each digit specifying a pair of five bars including two short and three full bars.

Post Net Barcode generator

POSTNET - (Postal Numeric Encoding Technique)

POSTNET is a numeric barcode symbology developed by United States Postal Office to encode ZIP information by height as well as width of bars in machine readable format to enhance the speed of sorting and delivering the mail with complete accuracy.

POSTNET barcode structure comprises start/stop character in form of full bars, numbers (0 to 9) without any fixed length in which every character is identified through five bars - three are short and remaining two are tall and Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 10) except that including four formats viz. A5 (Consisting of basic ZIP Code only and 32 bars), A6 (Consisting last two digits of ZIP Code with 4 digit and 37 bars), A9 (Having ZIP Code with 4 digits and 52 bars) and A11 (Having ZIP Code with 4 digits and 62 bars).

MSI Barcode generator

MSI/Plessey - Also known as: Modified Plessey

MSI/Plessey (Modified Plessey) is a linear, continuous barcode symbology is developed by MSI Data Corporation from the original Plessey Code (1 D linear barcode symbology based on Pulse Wide Modulation and developed by a British company, The Plessey Company plc in 1971). MSI/Plessey is generally implemented in retail markets while primarily used for tagging of storage containers, to marking of inventory products and shelves of retail houses, warehouse environments. MSI/Plessey barcode have a structure consists of numbers (0 to 9) without fixed length, two guard characters as start/ stop characters, encoded message, Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 10) and does not support alphabetic characters.

Numly Barcode generator

Numly - Also known as: ESN, Electronic Serial Number barcode

A Numly Number is an ESN or Electronic Serial Number for all things digital. It is a unique identifier that allows an author or publisher to assign to content and track licensing of each id assignment. Numly Numbers are useful if you wish to identify each electronic distributed copy of any form of electronic media. Media types could include: Blogs, Emails, MP3s, Videos, PDFs, eBooks, Software, Websites, etc. Numly Numbers can also act a third-party content submission time stamps to aid in copyright proving instances and emails. The Numly Number consists of a 19 digit number generated by an algorithm.

SSCC 18 Barcode generator

SSCC-18 - Also known as: Serial Shipping Container Code, EAN-18, NVE (Nummer der Versandeinheit), SSCC18

The SSCC-18 (Serial Shipping Container Code) is used throughout the supply chain as an identifier for item tracing and internal control. In Germany this code is called EAN 18/NVE (Nummer der Versandeinheit). It is always 18 digits long:

The first two numbers are the Application Identifier of the EAN-128: (00). You cannot change them. They are part of the code. You must not enter them. ActiveBarcode will add them automatically.
The first digit of the data field is the extension digit. Currently a "3" is standard.
The next 7 digits is the company prefix.
The following 9 digits are the serial reference number.
The last digit is the check digit.

EAN 14 Barcode generator

EAN-14 (EAN128) - Also known as: Shipping Container Code, UCC-14, DUN-14 (Distribution Unit Number), SSC-14

The EAN 14 code is used for traded goods. The code is always 14 numeric digits long:
The first two numbers are the Application Identifier of the EAN-128: (01). You cannot change them. They are part of the code. You must not enter them. ActiveBarcode will add them automatically.
The first digit is the "Logistic Variant", also named as "Packaging indicator".
The next 12 digits are representing the product number. General this the EAN-13 number without the check digit.
The last digit is the check digit.

ITF 14 Barcode generator

ITF-14 (Interleaved 2 of 5) - Also known as: Shipping Container Code, UCC-14, DUN-14 (Distribution Unit Number), SSC-14, EAN-14

ITF 14 is a high density barcode symbology also known as ITF 2 of 5 or Int 2 of 5 is based on GS1 to encode Global Trade Item Number (GTIN). ITF 14 is widely implemented to develop Symbol for Shipping Containers, for tagging of cartons, palettes or as packaging levels of product etc.

ITF 14 barcode structure comprises numeric digits (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9) with length of 14 and Check digit (Calculated according to Modulo 10). ITF 14 barcode always exists under a thick black border known as Bearer Bar to balance the exerted pressure by the printing plate over the complete surface of barcode.

USPS Sack Lebal Barcode generator

USPS Sack Label - Also known as: USPS 25 Sack label

Sack Label is used by United States Postal Services (USPS) for labeling of postal sacks; for automation rate mailings; for periodicals and standard mail (letter size & flat size pieces).

It contains the "ZIP code" of the receiver and a "Content Identifier Number".
The value to encode length is fixed to 8 digits and it must have the following structure:
5 digits for "ZIP code"
3 digits for "Content Identifier Number" [CIN]

USPS Tray Label Barcode generator

USPS Tray Label - Also known as: USPS 25 Tray label

Tray Label is used by United States Postal Services (USPS) for labeling of postal trays; for automation rate mailings; for periodicals and standard mail (letter size & flat size pieces).

It contains the "ZIP code" of the receiver and a "Content Identifier Number".
The value to encode length is fixed to 10 digits and it must have the following structure:
5 digits for "ZIP code"
3 digits for "Content Identifier Number" [CIN]
2 digits for "Processing Code"

Swiss Portal Parcel Barcode generator

Swiss Post Parcel - Also known as: SwissPost Parcel Barcode, Switzerland Post Parcel Barcode

Used by Swiss Post, this Symbology is the basis for combining the flow of goods and information. It identifies each parcel and serves as a means of verifying mailing and delivery and checking the service offering. All parcels must have a unique barcode. The barcode is the requirement for automated processing. The barcode serves as a means of identifying the item.

The structure of the Swiss Post Parcel barcode is 18 numeric digits:
2 digits for Swiss Post reference
8 digits for Franking license number
8 digits for Item number

PZN Barcode generator

Pharma Zentral Nummer - Also known as: PZN, Pharmazentralnummer

PZN (Pharma-Zentral-Nummer) is used for distribution of pharmaceutical / health care products in Germany. The specification of this application is maintained at Informationsstelle für Arzneispezialitäten GmbH (IFA).

The value to encode length is fixed to 6 digits plus 1 digit checksum.

OPC Barcode generator

Optical Product Code - Also known as: OPC, Optical Product Code, Vision Council of America OPC, VCA BarCode, VCA OPC.

The key to the OPC system is the unique code and machine-readable symbol assigned to every product. This code allows simpler and more accurate product identification. The symbol makes possible the use of scanner-equipped data entry devices.
The OPC is a 10-digit, numeric code that identifies the product and the manufacturer. The structure of the OPC code is the following:

5 digits for Manufacturer Identification Number assigned by the Optical Product Code Council, Inc.
4 digits Item Identification Number assigned and controlled by the optical manufacturer. The item identification number must be unique to each individual product
1 digit for checksum which is automatically calculated by Barcode Professional

DPT Barcode generator

Deutsche Post Leitcode - Also known as: German Postal 2 of 5 LeitCode, LeitCode, Deutsche Post AG (DHL)

Leitcode barcode Symbology is used by German Post (Deutsche Post AG) (Deutsche Frachtpost). The Leitcode gives an indication of the destination. The value to encode length is fixed to 13 digits plus 1 digit checksum which is automatically calculated by Barcode Professional products. The value to encode must have the following structure:
5 digits for Postal code (Postleitzahl, PLZ)
3 digits for Street ID/number
3 digits for House number
2 digits for Product code

DPI Barcode generator

Deutsche Post Identcode - Also known as: Deutsche Post AG IdentCode, German Postal 2 of 5 IdentCode, Deutsche Frachtpost IdentCode, IdentCode, Deutsche Post AG (DHL).

Identcode barcode Symbology is used by German Post (Deutsche Post AG) (Deutsche Frachtpost)
The Identcode contains a tracking number providing an identification of the customer (sender) and the mail piece.
The value to encode length is fixed to 11 digits plus 1 digit checksum which is automatically calculated by Barcode Professional products. The value to encode must have the following structure:

2 digits for ID of primary distribution center
3 digits for Customer ID
6 digits for Mailing number

Royal mail 4 satate Barcode generator

Royal Mail 4-State - Also known as: RMS4CC, RoyalMail4SCC, Royal Mail Barcode, British Royal Mail 4-State Customer Code

This Symbology is used by Royal Mail (United Kingdom) post office for Postal code and automatic mail sorting. It provides information about the address of the receiver. It encodes alpha-numeric characters (0-9, A-Z), as well as start and stop bar characters. It comprises four types of bars (the four states), each of which has a distinct name, value and barcode symbol.

Singapore post 4 Barcode generator

Singapore Post 4-State - Also known as: Singapore 4-State Postal, SingPost 4-State, SingPost Barcode

This Symbology is used by Singapore Post (SingPost) for Postal code and automatic mail sorting. It’s based on British Royal Mail 4-State Customer Code (RM4SCC) and provides information about the address of the receiver.

It encodes alpha-numeric characters (0-9, A-Z), as well as start and stop bar characters. It comprises four types of bars (the four states), each of which has a distinct name, value and barcode symbol.

Royal tnt Barcode generator

Royal TNT Post Kix - Also known as: Dutch KIX 4-State Barcode, Kix Barcode, Dutch KIX, TPG KIX

Dutch KIX symbology. Dutch KIX barcode (Also known as Royal TNT Post Kix, Dutch KIX 4-State Barcode, Kix Barcode, TPG KIX, Klantenindex Barcode, TPGPOST KIX). This symbology is used by Royal Dutch TPG Post (Netherlands) for Postal code and automatic mail sorting. It provides information about the address of the receiver. This symbology encodes alpha-numeric characters (0-9, A-Z).