Free Online Code-128A Barcode Generator


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ASCII Characters 00 to 95 (09, AZ and Control Codes)

Special Characters, and FNC 14

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Code 128A encodes numbers 0-9, uppercase A-Z, and control characters, and special characters.

ASCII characters 00 to 95 (09, AZ and control codes), special characters, and FNC 14

The Code 128 barcode standard was developed in 1981 by Computer Identics Corporation (USA). It can represent all 128 ASCII code characters, suitable for convenient application on computers. The purpose of formulating this standard is to improve the coding efficiency and reliability of barcodes.

Code 128 barcodes are widely used in internal corporate management, production processes, and logistics control systems. It has many application scenarios, mainly in industries such as transportation, logistics, clothing, food, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment. It can encode numbers and letters, as well as some special symbols and control characters. There is also a subset of the Code 128 barcode called GS1-128, which is a product identification code for supply chain management.

Code128 is a high-density barcode. By using three versions of character sets (A, B, C) and selection of start characters, code set characters, and conversion characters, the most optimal barcode can be selected according to different data types and lengths. Appropriate encoding method. This can reduce the length of the barcode and improve coding efficiency. In addition, Code128 also uses a check character and a terminator, which can increase the reliability of the barcode and prevent misreading or missing reading.

Code 128 is a very effective, high-density symbology which permits the encoding of alphanumeric data. It includesverification protection both via a checksum digit and byte parity checking. This symbology has been widely implemented in many applications where a relatively large amount of data must be encoded in a relatively small amount of space.


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