Datalinx Blog

Welcome to the Datalinx blog. Here we cover a range of posts and conversations based around our experiences of warehousing, barcoding and Sage software.


Datalinx Computer Systems Ltd are pleased to announce that they have certified Zebra Technologies Inc’s brand-new Android handheld, the TC20, for use with the Datalinx Warehouse Management System for Sage X3. 

The WHM X3 system allows the operatives in the warehouse to be wirelessly connected to the central system using the TC20 – the latest in wireless hardware technology which is lightweight, durable and affordable.  

These two components work extremely well together as they provide the user with cost effective solutions that are designed and developed to deliver the warehousing functionality that today’s business requires.  The WHM X3 system has been written and embedded within Sage X3, ensuring any business can accurately manage its inventory. 

Both the Datalinx WHM X3 Sage software and the Zebra TC20 are available globally across the USA, UK, Europe and Asia.

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MC55 Hand Held Scanner: Advance Notice - Product End of Life 2022

MC55A / MC55N - 2022 Product End of Life

Zebra has advised that the current MC55A and MC55N devices will, as of September 2022 no longer be available and that it will be replaced by a new version of the device. Datalinx and Zebra will continue to support and maintain the product for the next 5 years in line with Zebra after sales service.

The new version of the MC55, to be known as  the MC55XL (Extended Life), is due for release September/October 2017. We are awaiting final specification of this device, but we understand that it will have a similar architecture to the MC67, Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5, 2D SE4710 scan engine and more memory. It will be offered in standard and medical versions and the accessories will be compatible with the MC55A0 and MC55N0


MC55hand held scanner

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Don’t forget the little things when setting up your warehouse management solution.

So, you have decided to set up your warehouse to enable barcoding and you will be thinking about a host of issues but don’t forget about the barcode label – it does a very small but vital job for you, and it could be costly if you get it wrong.  

In my opinion there are three factors you should consider when choosing the media for your label.
Firstly the type of printer you buy will determine the range of labels you can use. 

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