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Zero Barcode HAT - Barcode on RPi Zero Form factor

A project in London, UK by Amrit Singh

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Get the fun of scanning the barcodes on RaspberryPi Zero form factor with 20 different IDs symbiology
Backers: 62
Average Pledge Per Backer: £76

Funded: £4,681 of £500
Dates: Jun 17th -> Jul 17th (30 days)
Project By: Amrit Singh
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Raspberry Pi Zero HAT barcode scanner

June 21st - via:
Amrit Singh has returned to Kickstarter for 5th time to launch his latest electronics project in the form of the Raspberry Pi barcode scanner. The compact wireless device features a buzzer, wireless connectivity, micro-USB port, a 1D and 2D scanner and a 1.14 inch LCD screen. (Read More)

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