WebLink: The World’s First Browser-Based Barcode Reader Configuration Interface
Omron Microscan introduces the world’s first browser-based barcode reader interface. Set up, test, control, and monitor MicroHAWK barcode readers from the web browser of your choice using the intuitive WebLink user interface. Simply enter a reader’s IP address on any web-enabled host and follow Assisted Setup to start decoding. Adjust reader controls remotely, regardless of physical access to the barcode reader, and monitor decoding results in real time.
Watch a WebLink video to see just how easy it is to use.
Read multiple, static, moving, or damaged codes and even train the interface to adjust settings for challenging conditions.
Auto-adjust the reader’s exposure and gain to automatically increase symbol contrast for reliable decoding.
Train the reader to use the ideal combination of decoding parameters for the target symbol to boost reading power.
Reduce processes run by the reader, using only those needed to read the target symbol, to increase decode speeds.
Switch from autofocus (adjusts focus after every five no-reads) to fixed focus (click for spot focus, or set in./mm distances).
Browser Requirements for WebLink
Browser Feature Requirements for WebLink
WebLink requires certain features to be supported by the hosting browser. Support for these features are checked before WebLink loads, and if not available, an error dialog is shown.
The following features are required by WebLink and are checked at start up:
OS Requirements for WebLink
Note: Use of an Embedded OS (Windows CE) and / or an underpowered machine (limited RAM, disk space) is not recommended.
|File Type||Description||Download Link|
|Specification Sheet||MicroHAWK Brochure||microhawk_brochure.pdf|
|User Manual||WebLink User Manual||microhawkidmanual.pdf|
|Quick Start Guide||MicroHAWK ID Quick Start Guide||microhawkidquickstartguide.pdf|
|Firmware||WebLink Update and MicroHAWK Firmware||30-9000017-1.3.0_3007-http-35-9000034-22.214.171.12409-pkg.zip|
In this video tutorial, our application support will walk you through the WebLink user interface, which you can use to configure the MicroHAWK barcode readers and view the reading results. No software installation is needed, the PC interface is 100% web-browser based.
In this video tutorial, our application support will walk you through some of the advanced settings of the WebLink user interface. The tutorial will first show you how you can adjust advanced camera settings in WebLink. Finally, the autofocus, auto-photometry, manual focus, and quick focus features are demonstrated.
Set up, test, control and monitor MicroHAWK barcode readers from the web browser of your choice using the intuitive WebLink User Interface. Simply enter a reader’s IP address on any web-enabled device and follow the assisted setup to start decoding. Adjust reader controls remotely, regardless of physical access to the barcode reader, and monitor decoding results in real time.
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 election. This video illustrates the readers and WebLink software, which allow multiple devices to be configured live and side by side without special software.