Barcode is a graphic identifier that arranges multiple black bars and blanks of varying widths according to certain coding rules to express a group of information. A common barcode is a pattern of parallel lines arranged by black bars (bars for short) and white bars (empty for short) with very different reflectivities. Bar codes can indicate the country of production, manufacturer, product name, production date, book classification number, mail start and end location, category, date and many other information. Therefore, it is used in many fields such as commodity circulation, book management, postal management, and banking systems. Has been widely used. In the production of battery components, bar codes are mainly used to mark batch numbers, specifications, and production dates.
The production process and shipment of components are inseparable from barcodes. The application of barcodes in production is beneficial to quickly find products. In after-sales service, it is convenient to quickly find the cause of the problem and accurately find the whereabouts of the same type of problematic component.