Granit 1991iXR Ultra-Rugged FlexRange™ Scanner

Honeywell Granit XP 1991iXR
Barcode Scanner

The Granit XP 1991iXR is a high-quality scanner for both standard and extended-range operations and is especially well-suited for scanning both 1D and 2D barcodes.

The 1991XR is designed to function in a wide range of temperatures, from -30°C to 50°C (-22°F to 122°F) without being damaged.

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Built to survive harsh conditions, fall up to 10ft without breaking, and can withstand being tumbled 7,000 times from a height of 3.3ft.


Offers exceptional scanning capabilities on 1D/2D barcodes, plus expanded range scanning of UPC to 1.5 m, ensuring optimal performance.


Features a cordless range of up to 2.4GHz via Bluetooth V4.2, or a USB tethered connectivity for a variety of business needs.


With FlexRange technology, the Granit 1991iXR model begins with no-sacrifice field scanning and includes the ability to read UPCs.

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Multi-functional Mobile Solutions

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Integrating a high-resolution sensor and enhanced decoding algorithms to quickly and accurately read barcode symbols.

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The FlexRange™ technology is capable of reading UPCs at a distance of 1.5m. No physical modification is required to adjust the sensor.

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Granit XP 1991iXR battery capacity of 2459 mAh, providing a long-lasting power source for prolonged use across multiple shifts.

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Field Service

Powered with extreme scanning performance up to 1280 x 800-pixel array, along with the ability to read 1D/2D barcode.

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The Granit XP is equipped with an IP67 sealing, which ensures ample safeguarding against dust and allows it to be submerged in water.

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Law Enforcement

Built to survive harsh treatment including 3 m drops, 7,000 1m, and tumbles, and operable in temperatures from -30°C to 50°C (-22°F to 122°F)

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