UPC.EAN.UCCEAN.CODE128.

EAN13.UPCA.EAN8.UPCE.CODE39.GS1-128.ITF14.PLESSY.CODE93.

ITF14 Barcode

This is a barcode optimized for numbers, even number of digits. The numbers are encoded in a high density manner into the barcode. If the number of digits to be encoded is an odd number, a zero will be prepended.

Generating this barcode using the Barcode Generator

ITF14 is based on the Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode with an additional top/bottom bar called the bearers bar. During a scan, a barcode may be slanted and this results in an incomplete read. The Bearers bar is used to prevent an incomplete read. This barcode is typically used to mark containers of products.

Generating this barcode using the Barcode Generator

Generating this barcode in Excel

ITF14 Barcode Fonts

The following is the list of fonts with varying heights supported by Aeromium.

FontCodeITF14H1.ttf
FontCodeITF14H2.ttf
FontCodeITF14H3.ttf (Default Font)
FontCodeITF14H4.ttf
FontCodeITF14H5.ttf
FontCodeITF14H6.ttf

Using this Barcode Manually

The following table lists the characters supported by the ITF14 barcode. Each barcode font character represents a 2-digit number.

Data to be Encoded Font Character to use
00' '
01'!'
02'"'
03'#'
04'$'
05'%'
06'&'
07'''
08'('
09')'
10'*'
11'+'
12','
13'-'
14'.'
15'/'
16'0'
17'1'
18'2'
19'3'
20'4'
21'5'
22'6'
23'7'
24'8'
25'9'
26':'
27';'
28'<'
29'='
30'>'
31'?'
32'@'
33'A'
34'B'
35'C'
36'D'
37'E'
38'F'
39'G'
40'H'
41'I'
42'J'
43'K'
44'L'
45'M'
46'N'
47'O'
48'P'
49'Q'
50'R'
51'S'
52'T'
53'U'
54'V'
55'W'
56'X'
57'Y'
58'Z'
59'['
60'\'
61']'
62'^'
63'_'
64'`'
65'a'
66'b'
67'c'
68'd'
69'e'
70'f'
71'g'
72'h'
73'i'
74'j'
75'k'
76'l'
77'm'
78'n'
79'o'
80'p'
81'q'
82'r'
83's'
84't'
85'u'
86'v'
87'w'
88'x'
89'y'
90'z'
91ASCII 176
92ASCII 177
93ASCII 178
94ASCII 179
95ASCII 180
96ASCII 181
97ASCII 182
98ASCII 183
99ASCII 184
Start Character (Top/Down Bearers Bar)'{'
Stop Character (Top/Down Bearers Bar)'}'
Start Character (Rectangle Bearers Bar)ASCII 190
Stop Character (Rectangle Bearers Bar)ASCII 191

Examples

To encode the data "59348345668817" without the check digit manually, simply key in "{[BsMbx*}" and select the FontCodeITF14H3.ttf font. The output is as follows:



The "*" represents the number "10" where "1" is the last digit of the data and "0" is the check digit. The computation of the check digit is illustrated in the section below.

How to compute the check digit

For example if the data "59348345668810" is to be encoded as a barcode. The check digit is computed as follows:

Data5934834566881
Starting from the last digit, multiply by 3 followed by 1.
*3*1*3*3*1*3*1*3*3*1*3*1*3
Sum : (5*1) + (9*3) + (3*1) + (4*3) + (8*1) + (3*3) + (4*1) + (5*3) + (6*1) + (6*3) + (8*1) + (8*3) + (1*1) = 140
If Sum Mod 10 is 0, the result is 0. Otherwise the result is 10 - (Sum Mod 10)
Modulo 10 :(140 % 10) = 0
Data to be encoded59348345668810
Mapping59 = '[' , 34 = 'B' , 83 = 's' , 45='M' , 66='b' , 88 = 'x' , 10 = '*'

The characters "{[BsMbx*}" can then be keyed in to the text editor with the appropriate font selected to generate a ITF14 barcode with check digit.



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