Are you looking for the correct barcode for your business? There are many types of barcodes out there; most of them look a lot alike. So what do you need? In this post, you will learn about a barcode sample and some images of what they actually look like.
Book Barcode (ISBN)
This book barcode is an EAN-13 barcode created with an ISBN-13 number. If you plan on publishing a book or magazine, you need to get the ISBN number and required to apply to the proper organization of your country.
ISSN EAN sample barcode for a magazine
Here is a sample product barcode for a magazine. This barcode is an EAN-13 with a code based on the ISSN number. If you’re publishing a periodical newspaper or magazine, this is what you need. You’re going to need an ISSN number from the National ISSN Center and contact a barcode reseller like Unique Product Codes. The barcode reseller will use the ISSN to create the barcode for your magazine or newspaper.
ISSN+2: Barcode with added 2-digit supplement
There are other magazines that have barcodes with an additional two supplement numbers. This type of barcode is for journals, newspapers, magazines, or any kind of media print or online journals.
Carton Code (TUN/ITF-14/GTIN)
Here is a sample barcode number for a carton or package. An ITF-14 barcode image is usually seen on the outside of a carton or box. It usually contains the quantity or the number of retail products inside a carton. For example, one box of soda contains 12 cans. The ITF-14 carton code contains 14 digits and is based on a 13-digit EAN retail barcode.
QR Code: 2D Matrix Barcode
The data matrix codes are standardized to the ISO/IEC 16022 international standard. The QR code or the Quick Response code is a 2D code made of black cells that are arranged in a square grid with a white background. The 2D code stores a maximum of 4,296 alphanumeric characters.
The maximum number of alphanumeric characters is determined by the number of columns and rows found on the barcode. The finder pattern usually consists of three square structures on the corner, which makes it easier to recognize. The QR codes are used worldwide in a similar pattern thanks to international standard ISO/IEC.
Photo of other barcode samples
Do You Need a Barcode?
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What Happens When I Order Barcodes at Unique Product Codes?
Here at Unique Product Codes, when you order a barcode package, for your convenience, we send the images of the barcode via e-mail in several file formats. Furthermore, you can download the file in JPEG, SVG, PNG, Vector EPS, or PDF format. In addition, you will receive a zip folder containing the images. In addition, a guarantee certificate is included.
All the barcode images have a standard barcode size, so you can conveniently use it any of your product. However, in case some of the barcode images appear blurry, upgrade your graphics software as it may not work well with loading the image. Lastly, we recommend using Vector EPS barcode because it’s the most precise barcode image type. Buy barcodes at Unique Product Codes now!