Zebra CS60 Series Companion Scanner

Zebra CS60 Series

Zebra CS60 Series
Companion Scanner

Ultra-versatile with a first-of-its-kind
convertible design

Do you need a cordless scanner for inventory in the store aisles and a corded hands-free scanner at checkout? What if you didn’t have to deploy different scanners for different tasks? Introducing the CS60 Series Companion Scanner, featuring a groundbreaking design that easily converts between corded and cordless operation, handheld and hands-free, as your needs change. As a cordless scanner, the CS60 is small enough to tuck in a pocket and offers the latest mobile technology including contactless charging. As a corded scanner, the CS60 offers compact scanning for the checkout counter, self-service kiosk and more.

Whether you purchase a corded or cordless model up front, you can change modes at any time for superior investment protection. And you get Zebra’s industry-leading scanning performance and our unique DataCapture DNA and industry-preferred management tools that make it easier than ever to integrate, deploy and manage your scanners.


  • First-of-its-kind convertible design
  • Proven scanning performance you can trust
  • Effortless multi-tasking with a second programmable button
  • Easy to clean seamless construction
  • Durable for all-day, every day use
  • Qi inductive charging
  • Split-second NFC tap-to-pair
  • Pocketable and wearable — for when mobility is essential
  • Full shift power and beyond
  • Keep spare batteries on hand with versatile charging options



0.9 in. H x 1.8 in. W x 4.3 in. D
2.3 cm H x 4.6 cm W x 10.9 cm D

Standard Cradle
4.5 in. H x 3.1 in. W x 4.2 in. D
11.3 cm H x 7.8 cm W x 10.7 cm D


Corded CS60: 2.0 oz. / 56.0 g

Cordless CS60: 2.9 oz. / 83.0 g

Standard Cradle: 4.9 oz. / 138.0 g

Tumble SpecDesigned to withstand 250 tumbles in 1.5 ft./0.5 m tumbler (1 tumble = 0.5 cycle)
Image Sensor1280 x 960 pixels
Motion ToleranceUp to 20 in. / 51 cm per second for 13 mil UPC in optimized mode

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