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Barcode Generator

Barcode Generator

MobileDemand offers our free barcode generator to create a variety of common barcodes. These symbologies are used in many industries including logistics, inventory management, product identification, advertising, procurement and more.

Use the form to generate individual barcodes or sheets of 30 laid out to popular Avery Easy Peel label sheets.

How to Use the Barcode Generator

  • Select the proper symbology needed for your barcode followed by selecting the preferred output settings. Enter a single barcode value and click ‘Generate Barcode Image’. This will automatically generate a savable barcode.
  • To create multiple barcodes at once, switch to the ‘Barcode Sheet’ tab. Here you can copy and paste barcode values in with the output as a sheet laid out into a grid of 1”x2-5/8” barcodes.
  • The MobileDemand Barcode Generator is a free service and does not include any sort of guarantee or technical support. 

Barcode Image

Select options and click generate button to display barcode image.

Barcode sheets use a 1" x 2-5/8" layout that works with many popular label sheets including Avery Easy Peel®. Each page can fit up to 30 barcodes. A maximum of 5 pages (150 labels) can be generated at a time.


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The European Article Numbering System (EAN) is a superset of U.P.C. EAN13 consists of 13 numbers.



The Universal Product Code (UPC) barcode is used in the retail industry. UPC-A consists of 12 numbers.



The European Article Numbering System (EAN) is a superset of U.P.C. EAN-8 and consists of 8 digits for small packages.



QR-Code is an efficient, two-dimensional (2D) barcode symbology that allows easy encoding of MECARD data including phone numbers and web URLs.



Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF) is a numeric-only barcode used for encoding pairs of numbers in a high density barcode format similar to code 128 character set C.


Code 39. 

The Code 39 barcode is the easiest to use of alpha-numeric barcodes and is designed for character self-checking, thus eliminating the requirement for check character calculations.


Code 128. 

A very effective, high-density symbology which permits the encoding of alphanumeric data. The symbology includes a checksum digit for verification, and the barcode may also be verified character-by-character verifying the parity of each data byte.


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