Code 128 Barcodes and Code 39 Barcodes
Code 128 barcodes and Code 39 barcodes are most commonly used for internal monitoring of stock (i.e. asset labelling), membership cards, and internal barcoding of library books.
If you need Code 128 or Code 39 barcodes in digital format, please place your order below (if you need sticky labels instead, please order them from our Sequential Labels page).
Code 128 or Code 39 Barcode Image
Purchase the quantity you want, and enter the data you want encoded into the “additional information” section of the payment form. We will email the barcode images to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, tiff, pdf, eps, bmp).
Quantity Price per image 1 £ 15 2 £ 12 3 £ 10 4 + £ 8 10+ £ 5 20+ £ 3 50 + £2
Note: when making your purchase, please enter the format you require (Code 128 or Code 39) and the data you want to be encoded into the “additional information” section of the checkout page (or else send us an email).
After receiving your order, we will email the barcodes to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, eps, tiff, BMP & eps).
The Difference between Code 128 Barcodes & Code 39 Barcodes:
Code 128 barcode:
Code 39 barcode:
Code 39 barcodes have a low data density, and Code 128 barcodes have a very high data density. Therefore very small goods should be labelled with Code 128 barcodes if possible (not a Code 39 barcode).
Most barcode scanners can read both Code 128 barcodes & Code 39 barcode images easily, especially if the barcodes only contain numeric digits (some scanners may struggle to read barcodes that contain alphabetic letters).
Note: Code 128 barcodes and Code 39 barcodes are for internal use only. They cannot be used for products in retail stores (retail products need EAN barcodes).
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