Which barcode type do you need to create?
Our barcode FAQs and how-to's have lots of information to help get you started.
Code 128 barcodes are used in the inventory, shipping and distribution chain. GS1-128 barcodes are a type of Code 128 based on GS1 system specifications.
Code 39 (sometimes called '3 of 9') barcodes are a used for ID, inventory, asset management and tracking purposes.
UPC, EAN, ISBN, ISSN and JAN barcodes are placed on retail products and books, magazines and newspapers, and usually scanned at point-of-sale.
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF) barcodes are used in the shipping industry on corrugated boxes and pallets, and in some laboratories.
POSTNET bar codes are used to encode ZIP codes on US mail.
Securely purchase one, ten or a hundred UPC numbers for your retail products.
Codabar is a numeric symbology used by blood banks, libraries, and Federal Express.
Code 93 barcodes are used primarily on electronic components.
MSI-Plessey barcodes are used in libraries, and on shelf labels in warehouses and retail stores.
OCR-A/OCR-B codes are used on files, documents, reports and some bank documents.
2 of 5 barcodes are an uncommon barcode symbology used on some airline tickets and in photofinishing labs.
Quick, easy to use USB barcode scanners. Check your barcode labels before you ship.