The AV500 scanner has a high-resolution 5 MP sensor, image acquisition at 32 fps, dynamic or adjustable focus, and multiple lens options.
The AIRe Lens smart glasses device is designed to enhance training and knowledge sharing in traditionally skilled manual labour and industrial environments.
The ifm multicode reader detects 1D and 2D codes, and simple applications with one code per image can be set quickly via the teach button.
DHL Supply Chain has reported that it is expanding the deployment of smart glasses and wearables.
Pepperl+Fuchs IDM handheld code readers are available in wired versions or a wireless system.
SICK's CLV6 series laser barcode scanners are suitable for use in food production processes where hygiene is crucial.
When deployed strategically within a facility, image-based data capture technology offers benefits beyond its ability to read 1D and 2D codes.
The C5KC and C5PC 1D/2D stationary code scanners are compact and eliminate time-consuming software installation and configuration.
Leuze electronic has released its DCR200i camera-based code reader in a stainless steel housing for use in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
Leuze electronic's DCR 200i camera-based code reader is used for detecting and identifying barcodes, stacked codes and DataMatrix code.
The design of Lector63x optical concept supports the usage of a wide range of lenses, from simple, small S-mount lenses to high-quality C-mount lenses.
Product quality and the ability to deliver orders on time are the fundamentals to sustaining customer relationships.
The CLV615 Dual Port barcode scanner features an integrated switch that makes it easy to install the sensor in a Profinet I/O network.
Changing object heights and reading distances, wide visual ranges, randomly aligned 1D and 2D codes, and fast transport speeds are some of the challenges that the Lector642 can overcome.
The main strength of the LECTOR620 OCR is claimed to be its reading of printed plain text and simultaneous identification of all conventional 1D and 2D codes.