Types of QR Code

Descriptions of various types of QR Code

QR Code Model 1and Model 2

QR Code Model 1and Model 2

Micro QR Code

Micro QR Code

iQR Code

iQR Code

SQRC

SQRC

Frame QR

Frame QR
[Feature]
Model 1 is the original QR Code. The largest version of this code is 14 (73 x 73 modules), which is capable of storing up to 1,167 numerals.
Model 2 is an improvement on Model 1 with the largest version being 40 (177 x 177 modules), which is capable of storing up to 7,089 numerals. Today, the term QR Code usually refers to this type.
[Feature]
Only one orientation detecting pattern is required for this code, making it possible to print it in a smaller space than before.
This code can be viable even if the width of its margin is 2 module-worth (QR Code requires a margin of 4 module-worth at least around it). The largest version of this code is M4 (17 x 17 modules), which can store up to 35 numerals.
[Feature]
Code that can be generated with either square modules or rectangular ones. Can be printed as a turned-over code, black-and-white inversion code or dot pattern code (direct part marking). The maximum version can theoretically be 61 (422 x 422 modules), which can store about 40,000 numerals
[Feature]
QR Code that has a reading restricting function. Can be used to store private information or manage a company's internal information)
Its appearance is no different from the regular QR Code.
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[Feature]
FrameQR is a QR code with a “canvas area” that can be flexibly used.
Since letters and images can be inserted inside the canvas area, FrameQR can be used for promotion, authenticity judgment, and other various uses.
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