barcode clear zone


barcode clear zone
barcode clear zone - A rectangular area in the lower right part of a letter-size mailpiece that must be kept free of printing and symbols, except for the barcode itself. This requirement allows automated processing machines to read or apply a barcode.

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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