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In this video, our application support will show you step-by-step how to get the MicroHAWK ID-40 barcode reader up and running, connected to the PC and run the WebLink configuration interface. No software installation is needed, the PC interface is 100% web-browser based.
MicroHAWK ID-40: Unboxing and Set Up
Kirsi Rolf Microscan
Microscan presents its latest machine vision smart camera platform, MicroHAWK®, with a demonstration of the new MicroHAWK MV-40 Ethernet Smart Camera integrated into a Universal Robots collaborative UR3 robot used to perform a component check on a small engine. Machine Vision Promoter, Dr. Jonathan Ludlow, presents the demo from the floor of The Vision Show 2016 in Boston. MicroHAWK cameras offer barcode reading and complex inspection on a single platform with advanced autofocus, a range of hardware and software options, and the smallest size available in machine vision smart cameras to meet diverse applications with custom configurations and optimal price points.
Vision Show 2016 Boston: Collaborative Robotics Demo
Microscan Systems
Microscan's smarter smart camera platform, MicroHAWK®, is unveiled for the first time at The Vision Show 2016 in Boston, MA. MicroHAWK combines advanced barcode reading up to complex machine vision inspection all on the world's smallest smart cameras available, ideal for embedded applications in OEM for factory automation and clinical instrumentation. MicroHAWK solves applications from part identification, tracking, traceability throughout assembly, guidance through manufacturing processes, and defect and error detection in part labeling or form. Users are able to choose a MicroHAWK device that fits their needs for size, connectivity (USB, Serial, or Ethernet), and IP rating (IP40, IP54, or IP65/67); choose the features of their device (sensor, speed, optics, and lighting); and then choose device capability (barcode reading only, or scalable machine vision using the latest software) for a single solution that perfectly fits applications and budgets.
Microscan Introduces MicroHAWK at The Vision Show 2016
Microscan Systems
Bartech Slovakia participated at the International Engineering Fair, MSV 2016, which took place May 24 – 27, 2016 at the Agrokomplex Exhibition Center in Nitra, Slovakia. The video shows a range of Microscan solutions, from AutoVISION to MicroHAWK barcode readers.
Bartech Slovakia Demonstrates MicroHAWK at MSV 2016
Rampala Miroslav Bartech Slovakia
Microscan Partner WI-SYSTEME GmbH integrates a Microscan Vision MINI® Smart Camera into a TSC TTP 2410 printer to verify the legibility of thermal-printed barcodes as they are printed. If a barcode has damage or other elements that obstruct its legibility, the Vision MINI will issue a failed result for barcode quality and the system is alerted to void the label containing the bad barcode.
Vision MINI Verifies Thermal Labels During Printing on TSC TTP 2410
Roman  Auer
The MicroHAWK ID-20 is the most feature-rich barcode imager of its size, at under 40 mm (1.6 in.) square and weighing less than 27 g (1 oz.). From power to setup, the ID-20 takes less than one minute to begin decoding. Once installed, MicroHAWK barcode readers are remotely adjustable using the new browser-based WebLink user interface to change focus, barcode type, and expected application type, optimize speed, program input and output, and save barcode reader settings locally without physical access to the device.
MicroHAWK ID-20 Reads 2D Data Matrix Code Out-of-the-Box
Mirko Karsch
Fully-integrated liquid lens autofocus models of MicroHAWK® Barcode Readers feature both truly-automatic and software-programmable autofocus. See how the MicroHAWK handles decoding both 1D and 2D codes from varying distance.
Challenging MicroHAWK ID-40 Autofocus Functionality
Mirko Karsch
MicroHAWK was a key player in the Peru presidential election, as shown in this high-speed reading application. We worked with a customer to establish a system where several MicroHAWK Barcode Readers are being used side by side to read codes on ballots for the Peru presidential election. This video illustrates the readers and the WebLink software, which allows multiple devices to be configured live and side by side without special software.
MicroHAWK reads codes on presidential election ballot in Peru
Yamil Arias
Microscan Global Business Development Manager for Electronics, Christoph Wimmer, introduces barcode reading and machine vision solutions on display at the IPC APEX 2016 tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nevada. Microscan's MicroHAWK® Barcode Readers are integrated into a demo of Microscan's PanelScan® PCB Traceability System to illustrate in-line PCB identification for worry-free traceability of components despite line changes resulting in new codes on PCBs, new code or mark locations, different PCB colors, and other changes. MicroHAWK readers are easily adapted to new decoding parameters via the browser-based WebLink user interface that enables new job setup in a few clicks without manual adjustment of reader optics or positioning.
Microscan IPC APEX 2016 Las Vegas Interview
Microscan Systems
Microscan is a global leader in the manufacture of intuitive, compact technology for factory and clinical automation. We offer the world's highest-performing barcode readers, smallest machine vision smart cameras, most comprehensive standards-based barcode verifiers, scalable and user-friendly software platforms, and industrial lighting equipment. Our products are used to track items throughout automated processes, ensure traceability, and eliminate waste and manufacturer liability by ensuring 100% quality in products and operations.
Microscan Company Overview
Kirsi Rolf