November 17, 2021

UPC barcode template download

UPC barcodes are used to label and scan consumer goods at points of sale around the world—mainly in the United States, but also in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and other countries. The UPC-A variation encodes twelve numerical digits, while UPC-E is a smaller variation that encodes only six numerical digits. UPC actually stands for universal product code. In the context of retail, the purpose of this barcode is to make it easy for users to identify specific product features (like its size or color) when an item is scanned at checkout. Along with making the checkout process more […]
November 17, 2021

Universal Product Code,UPC barcode

Universal Product Code (English: Universal Product Code, UPC) is a commodity bar code developed by the U.S. Uniform Code Council, which is mainly used in the United States and Canada. The European commodity code developed on its basis has developed into the most widely applicable universal bar code. History of UPC UPC was born on the basis of the ring code of IBM engineer Norman Woodland[1]. In 1966, the National Association of Food Chains (NAFC) required the development of equipment to speed up the inspection and acceptance of goods. The National Cash Register (the predecessor of IBM) was developed in […]