Supported Barcode Scanners

Purchasing Your Barcode Scanner

Breeze has a few recommended barcode scanners that we will support through our help center, however, any barcode scanner that will link to your computer or device will work. 

Breeze Recommended Scanners: 

Wired Scanner

Honeywell 1400G Voyager Linear/Area-Imaging Scanner with USB Host Interface

Purchase The Scanner Here

  • This scanner is slightly more expensive, however it is quick and very reliable. 

Bluetooth/Wired Scanner*

2 in 1 1D Laser USB 2.0 wired + Wireless Bluetooth Barcode Scanner

Purchase The Scanner Here

Purchase The Holder Here

  • This one involves a bit more setup but the big difference is it is wireless bluetooth. It can also be wired.
  • This one is ideal for using on a mobile device. 

The reason a church might want the first scanner, even though it’s more expensive and not wireless, is that it’s higher quality and can better detect barcodes. If you know you'll only be using it wired and can afford it, Breeze recommends the first one.


*Works with iPad connected via Bluetooth. 

Setting Up Your Barcode Scanner

Changing factory settings on your new barcode scanner to optimize check-in efficiency can be tricky. That's why we've created consolidated direction for each of the support scanners. 

Honeywell 1400G Barcode Scanner | Change it to add a carriage return to the end of the scan. This allows you to scan and have the individual checked in with one action. 

TEEMI TMCT-10 Pro Barcode Scanner | Change it to be in continuous scan mode. To have the scanner automatically scan barcodes when they are put in front of the scanner (without pressing the trigger button), scan the following 3 barcodes in order from left to right. Note that the barcode laser will only light up when an object is placed in front of the scanner.

If desired, here is a link to the complete Honeywell User's Guide and the complete CT10 User Manual
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  • What specific types of bar codes are supported by the system? UPC, UPC-A, QR code...?

  • Hey @CamilaPino!
    You asked an important question about what type of barcodes are supported by our check-in!
    As it turns out, currently our check-in does not support QR Codes, but anything else with a barcode containing at least 4 digits is supported, from Amazon packages to your local grocery store club card! :) We recommend any card that you keep in your wallet or purse and can access quickly and easily each week. :) If you'd like to buy barcodes for your church, we recommend running an Amazon search (or any other place where you could find this sort of thing) for "Barcode Labels" and finding the best option that fits your church's needs.
    The barcode reader simply reads the code on the card/barcode and enters the numbers and letters associated with the barcode and enters them into the text field!
    If anything else comes up, please let us know! We are here to help!
    Happy Breezing!
  • we have got the scanner but now the dymo printer is not printing the labels. We don't have the family check in turned on. how do we get both to work together? thanks for your help

  • Hey @onawatson! I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble getting DYMO labels to print. I have just the troubleshooting guide for you! Printing Name Tags - DYMO (Troubleshooting DYMO Printers).

    Please email in to with additional questions beyond this guide. We'd be happy to help!

  • Is there a guideline for the legit barcodes? At least 4 digits and associated letters is the only thing I can find. Is there a maximum number of the digits? Is it allowed any special characters like "-", "@", "/", "*", "&", etc.?

  • @fondachang

    Great question!  I would recommend that you use number and letters only and make the barcode 4-12 characters long.  I would stay away from the special characters.

    Hope that helps!