Code 128 and Code 39
Code 128 and Code 39 are usually used for purposes such as asset labeling, membership cards, and barcoding library books (within a particular library or library system).
If you need barcodes for asset labelling (internal stock monitoring), membership cards, or library books, then Code 128 and Code 39 are the best types of bar code to use. You can order your barcodes below:
IMPORTANT: when ordering, please let us know the type of Code you require (either Code 128 or Code 39), and the data you want encoded into it. After we receive your order, we will email your barcodes to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, eps, tiff, bmp & eps).
Code 128 or Code 39 Barcode Image
Purchase the quantity you want, and then enter the data you want encoded (e.g. “DR2039”) into the “additional information” section when checking out. We will send the barcode images to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, tiff, pdf, eps, bmp).
Quantity Price per image 1 $ 20 (1270 INR) 2 $ 17 each (1080 INR) 3 $ 14 each (890 INR) 4 + $ 10 each (630 INR)
Note – If you need sequences or large quantities for these, please contact us, and we can arrange a price.
When making your order please let us know the the format you need (Code 128 or Code 39), and the data that should be encoded into barcode images (you can enter this information into the “additional information” section of the payment page (or else send us an email).
The Difference Between Code 128 and Code 39:
The difference between the two types of codes is that Code 39 has a lower data density (therefore it is better for labelling small items), however it can only encode numeric data (Code 128 is able to encode alpha-numeric data).
Most barcode scanners can read both types of code (although some scanners may only be able to decode numeric data, not alpha-numeric data).