News | July 24, 2014

AML Announces Availability Of DC Console

American-Made batch barcode data collection device now comes complete with software and application generator.

AML announces introduction of the new DC Console, an application generator that allows users to modify existing DC Suite applications or create new applications from scratch.

DC Suite is a collection of software applications that includes seven common barcode data collection applications and is pre-loaded on the AML LDX10, which is an ultra-low-cost handheld computer with integrated barcode scanner, designed for light to medium duty barcode data collection applications such as inventory control and asset tracking. It stores data that is scanned by the barcode scanner or keyed into the keypad. It then uploads that data via USB to any PC, for use in spreadsheets or by importing it into an accounting or inventory management software.

With the introduction of DC Console, users can now customize their DC Suite applications to better fit their needs. DC Console allows users to modify pre-loaded DC Suite applications and change prompts, edit or add fields, and change the appearance of the screen. New applications can also be developed utilizing DC Console, allowing customers even greater flexibility.

“DC Console is another great example of our philosophy here at AML. We provide all the tools necessary for our customers to get the most out of their investment in our products. DC Console allows customers using our LDX10 handheld computer to either modify the pre-loaded DC Suite applications, or start with a clean slate and write all new applications specific to their purpose…and they get it for free. No additional investment. DC Console just strengthens the value of the LDX10, essentially creating a complete hardware/software solution at an amazing affordable price,” said Mike Kearby, President of AML.

About AML
Founded in 1983, AML responds to a need in the marketplace for high-performing and affordable barcode data collection devices. Expertise in the development, engineering, and manufacturing of handheld computers, vehicle mounted computers, and retail kiosks set AML apart. For more information, visit