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App for reading, save and restore QR code data of terminal and control boxes by Quintex

07-18-2016 12:45 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Quintex GmbH

Main menu of the Scan App

Main menu of the Scan App

Quintex had published a small and free App at Google playstore to ease you life in Ex documentation, maintenance and inspection of terminal, junction and control boxes. Since nearly a year all Quintex boxes (empty, terminal or control) are delivers with QR code on the Ex label. These QR code has the most important data of the box like serial number, date of manufacturing, manufacturer, drawing number etc. You can read this data with the bar code reader of the Zxing team fast and easily. Please note that this bar code reader is essential for the use of the Quintex App.
You can download that App at the Google playstore for free --> . Installation works automatically.
If you have not installed the barcode reader yet, you can do now also at Google playstore

From the main menu you can choose between :
1 scanning and localisation

or

2 Restore and localise.

Just read the little manual which described how to work with this App at the Google playstore.

Open Google playstore with your browser and search for Quintex.

It is easy to use and helps a lot.
If you find it helpful just recommend it to your friends and colleagues.

If you have any question regarding this App, the use of it or our products , don't hesitate to write or call.

About Quintex GmbH

Quintex GmbH manufactures and supplies material for trace heating (heating tapes, heating cables, controller, connection sets) and explosion protection ( Ex e terminal boxes, pressurized systems, line bushings,own range of local control function, local control stations - all can be specified and ordered online)

Quintex GmbH
i_Park Tauberfranken 13
D-97922 Lauda-Königshofen
+49 (9343) 6130-0
www.quintex.eu

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