This Symbology is also known as MICR E-13B, MICR E-13-BThis Barcode Symbology is supported by the following Neodynamic products:
MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) is a process by which documents are printed using magnetic ink and special fonts to create machine readable information for quick document processing.
Although traditionally MICR has been used to print accounting and routing information on bank checks and other negotiable documents, the magnetic encoding lends itself to any form of document processing.
One of the MICR character sets that are used worldwide is called E13-B or E-13B. MICR E13-B is mainly used in USA, Canada, Bermuda, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand.
The MICR E13-B characters consist of ten specially designed numbers (0 through 9) and four special symbols (Transit, Amount, On-Us, and Dash).
Code property = 1234567890ABCD will produce the following image (at 300 dpi):