Han Xin Code

Terry Burton edited this page Jan 18, 2018 · 7 revisions

Han Xin Code

The Han Xin Code symbology is a 2D matrix-style barcode symbology that can encode full 256 character extended-ASCII.

Also known as: Chinese Sensible.

Standards: GB/T 21049-2007.

Data and Options

  • The data field can contain any extended ASCII data. The default interpretation of data by readers is in accordance with ISO/IEC 8859-1.
  • When the parse option is specified, any instances of ^NNN in the data field are replaced with their equivalent ASCII value, useful for specifying unprintable characters.
  • The eclevel option is used to specify the error correction level:
    • eclevel=L1 - Lowest
    • eclevel=L2
    • eclevel=L3
    • eclevel=L4 - Highest
  • The version option is used to specify the size of the symbol, 1 to 84.
  • If unspecified the encoder will select the version of the symbol that is the minimum size to represent the given data at the selected error correction level.

Examples

Data:    Han Xin Code
Options: version=10 eclevel=L4
Encoder: hanxin


Symbologies Reference

Point of Sale

GS1 DataBar

Supply Chain

Two-dimensional Symbols

One-dimensional Symbols

Postal Symbols

Pharmaceutical Symbols

Less-used Symbols

GS1 Composite Symbols

Raw Symbols

Partial Symbols

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