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The IB-131 interface box simplifies scanner connection for the MS-9 scanner by providing a direct 10-28V connection to the host, power supply, and external triggering device. The IB-131 may be used in single drop, multidrop, or daisy chain configurations.
The IB-150 series devices simplify connectivity and wiring. Devices include:
IB-150: links scanner to the host, power supply, trigger and aux port
IB-151: standard Ethernet (RJ-45) and USB (USB-B) connectivity enabled
IB-152: custom terminal strip wiring options
The IB-3 series devices simplify connectivity in configurations requiring the MS-3, MS-4 or MINI HAWK series. Devices include:
IB-3PC: keyboard wedge and serial interconnect device
IB-3USB: keyboard wedge and USB interconnect device
IC3-USB: USB is enabled, 5 VDC provided, no separate power supply required
IC-332: connect point for IB-131, 5 VDC provided, and provides optoisolation
Microscan Power Packs are used to power Microscan equipment. The Power Packs are available in different configurations.
The mounting arm is made of marine-grade powder-coated aluminum. The ball (which forms the joint) is made of injection-molded rubber and grips the mount firmly in place, minimizing any movement or vibration of the reader. Mounting arms can be rotated into almost any direction to allow flexible positioning of your bar code reader.
DeviceNet is a communication protocol used in the automation industry as a quick and economical way to network a variety of devices. The DN-120 interface box easily connects any scanner or reader to a DeviceNet network.
IB-890 Interface Box
The IB-890 Interface Box is an optional wiring accessory for the MS-890 scanner. The interface box is easy to wire, and makes switching scanners on the line as easy as removing only 4 standard screws. Using the IB-890 allows external devices such as light stacks, hand held readers or stop-line devices, to be connected and controlled by the scanner.