Code scanners are used to read and analyze bar codes or 2-dimensional (2D) codes for the purposes of inventory, ticketing, confirming medicine, tracking products and more. Codes are especially of value when goods need to be processed and data about these items captured quickly. Bar codes are primarily used in logistics and material flows, while 2D codes may be better suited when the user needs to provide a lot of information in a small space, while still being able to be read when print quality is low or the code itself is dirty.
Code Scanners (2) View all
- Compact size integrates into small devices
- High-resolution sensor reads small symbols
- Long reading distance: 150mm max.
- Ethernet communications
- 1.2M pixel-loading CMOS image sensor
- Flexible setup, mounting and operation
- Easily set up with external lighting
- Automatic image save when errors occur
- Dimensional-code position detection
Smart RFID Reader (1) View all
- IP65/67-rated to protect from washdowns and
- Designed to work on metal surfaces often used at factory automation sites.
- Equipped with an LED easily visible from the side and an auxiliary buzzer, the RFID reader enables visible and audible feedback on operation status.
- An Ethernet port enhances connection
compatibility with host devices
- With a verification function inside, the
verified result can be communicated to
the host device as data.
- Manage user authority for machines and devices
- Track entry/exit at work areas
- Manage inspection history
- By connecting with devices such as touch panels and PLCs, the RFID reader can be used for wide variety of applications.