Bar code examples
EAN 13 barcode
Code 128 barcode
Code 39 Barcode
ITF 14 Barcode
Data Matrix Barcode
Barcode Labels Sizes: -
We hold large stocks of different labels sizes, please specify your required label size in the Enquiry form below
BarCode Types : -
EAN-13 and EAN-8.
UPC-A and UPC-E.
Other Bar codes are available on request
2D Barcode Types
Other 2D Bar codes are available on request
To get a free printed sample of your barcode labels, please fill in the enquiry box below, we will send a free sample of barcode labels by post for your approval
Barcode Labels examples
Examples of Customised labels we have printed
Ultra Destructible Labels
Difficult to remove, easy to see if its been tampered with. The label will just fall to pieces when their is an attempt to peel off.
If the Label is removed it leaves a chequered pattern or the word VOID or Chequered Pattern once peeled off.
Pre- Printed Barcode Labels
You may require your labels to have your logo or company details on them before you run them through your Thermal Printer.
Direct Thermal Clear Labels
Printed onto a Quality Clear Label material using a Direct thermal Printer.
What type of barcode do you need?
The most common type in the UK is for retail use of the type you will see on many barcode labels in supermarkets. This is the EAN barcode with either 13 characters or in lesser numbers the EAN8.
Now you know the barcode type, you need the actual barcode number; in the UK this is available from barcode1.co.uk. Or if you wish just type in buy barcode number UK into a search engine and it will give you a choice of companies supplying this service.
Bar code explanation: -
A barcode is an optical, machine-readable, representation of data; the data usually describes something about the object that carries the barcode. Originally barcodes systematically represented data by varying the widths and spacing's of parallel lines, and may be referred to as linear or one-dimensional (1D)
Barcode labels for books are called Bookland EAN or EAN-13 barcode symbols. The EAN barcode is created from the International Standard Book Number (ISBN)for the book. Although the EAN barcode is much like that used for general retail merchandise, the numbering system used to generate the bar code for books is different.
If you have any queries about bar codes, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Lancer Labels Ltd, Suite 11, Liberty House, The Enterprise Centre, Greenham Business Park, Newbury, Berkshire, RG19 6HS
Tel: 01256 636 436 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org