CODE-128 Barcode Format

CODE-128 is used in the product shipping process includes 108 symbols, including 103 data symbols, 3 start and 2 stop symbols. The length of CODE-128 barcodes can vary, and is based on the number of symbols encoded in the data. The code was created in 1981 by U.S. firm Computer Identics. CODE-128 symbols are smaller than similar CODE-39 symbols, and can be used on smaller items. Unlike the similar CODE-39, CODE-128 includes a check digit.

CODE-128 barcodes are composed of:

Standard CODE-128 features that are supported by the Barcode Software include:

With our Barcode Software, sharp, high-quality PNG and TIFF CODE-128 renderings can be exported right to your desktop computer or mobile device. Images of these new codes can also be dragged and dropped directly into editing programs like Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

Other Barcode Formats

Here you can find other barcode formats supported by our Barcode Software: