Sample Barcode/QR Code Images:


Some sample images are displayed below. These are the most common types of barcodes that we supply. Bear in mind that this is to give you an idea of how we usually provide them, and the image size is entirely customizable for individual purposes.


  • EAN-13 Standard

    EAN-13 stands for European Article number. EAN 13 standard As the name shows, it consists of 13 digits. It is a standard number that describes a symbology and numbering system used in global trade to recognize or identify a specific retail kind of product in a specific packaging or from a specific manufacturer.





  • UPC-A barcode

    Universal Product Code (UPC) technically UPC A Standard refers to UPC-A. It consists of 12 numeric digits that are uniquely assigned to every trade item. UPC-A is a long-established, well-known barcode that is widely used in Canada and the USA.





  • QR Codes

    QR codes stand for Quick Response. It is QR Code Standard a two-dimensional barcode that is readable by smartphones. QR codes are used to retrieve a piece of information from the transitory form and put it into your cellphone. QR codes can be used to display text to the user, save a contact in an address book, to open a URL, or compose a text message. It allows us to encode up to 4000 characters in a two-dimensional barcode. 




  • ISSN barcodes

    ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) EAN 13 2 Standard barcodes are 13 digits long and are used in magazines. BIPAD barcodes have 12 digits. Both of them can also have a 2-digit supplement, which shows the issue numbers if you wish to see that. 





  • ISBN Standard

    (International Standard Barcode Number) ISBN Standard 1 1 ISBN is an international standard that is published by ISO. ISBN consist of 13 digits. ISBN number works as a vital product identifier by publishers, libraries, booksellers, internet retailers, and participants of the supply chain for ordering, a sales record, listing, sales record, and stock control purposes. 




  • ITF-14 

    ITF- 14 stands for “Interleaved Two of Five.” ITF 14 Standard It is common used as the distribution code printed on corrugated card boxes and consists of 14 digits. In other words, ITF-14 carton barcodes are used on delivery boxes or cartons; in these boxes are a set number of retail products that are going to stores. 





  • Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC)

    Serial Shipping Holder Code can be utilized SSCC Pallet Barcode by companies to recognize a calculating unit, which can be any combination of trading and exchange items packaged together to store and transport purposes—for example, a pallet, parcel, or case.





  • Code 128

    Code 128 is a high-density linear barcode Code 128 identification symbology defined in ISO/IEC 15417:2007. It is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only barcodes. It can encode all 128 characters of ASCII (starting from ASCII 0 to ASCII 128) and, by using the extension symbol (FNC4), the Latin-1 characters are characterized in ISO/IEC 8859-1. It results in more compact barcodes than other methods such as Code 39, mainly when the digits are encoded within the texts.



  • Code 39

    Code 39 is a commonly used barcode for Code 39 various labels such as inventory, name badges, and industrial applications. It is the easiest of the alphanumeric barcodes to use and is designed for character self-checking. The symbology of Code 39 contains barcodes symbols representing numbers from 0-9, the space character, upper-case letters A-Z and the following symbols: –. $ / + %.




  • ISBN with 5 digit price code

    An ISBN (International Standard Book Number) ISBN with Price Code Standard with an add-on of five digits (rightmost bars) is represented in the form of code. It is also called (European Article Number) EAN-5 and used as a supplement to the ISBN barcode used on books. 




  • ITF 14 with side bearer bars

    ITF-14 refers to the 14 digit barcode ITF 14 With Bearer Bars number that uses the “Interleaved 2 of 5” Symbology (I2 of 5 or ITF). Bearer bars and Bearer are standard features of ITF-14 barcodes. Bearer bars are placed just above and below the barcodes, while bearer boxes are thick lines above, to the sides, and below the symbol. ITF-14 with Side bearers bars help with the printing process and prevent the code from misreading.






Note – We can supply a vast range of different barcode types – if what you require is not seen below, please contact us. – We are confident that we can meet your requirements. Look here for information on Barcode Artwork.