See how others are using Omron Microscan. Read about real manufacturers and laboratories around the world who have incorporated Omron Microscan barcode reading, inspection, and verification technologies to achieve success in automation. Omron Microscan technologies are proven to provide businesses with simple ways to significantly cut costs, enable complete production traceability, and ensure the accuracy of all products and processes.
A manufacturer of printed circuit board assemblies needed to replace its vision system with a barcode reader that could be easily reconfigured between product line changeovers without the use of a monitor or a PC.
A manufacturer of anti-lock breaks wanted to mark each component in its system with a 2D code and track it throughout the manufacturing process, requiring the use of a high-performance direct part mark reader.
As a part of the “Air Transport Association SPEC 2000” manufacturers are required to mark and track each part used to assemble an airplane with a 2D code, requiring that automated tracking systems to replace manual documentation.
Laser Devices relies on Data Matrix two-dimensional (2D) bar code verifiers and readers from Omron Microscan Systems to make sure the equipment it supplies to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) includes an accurate, reliable Unique Identification (UID) barcode.
A major food processing company uses Omron Microscan’s MS-890s to track boxes of cereal as they are palletized and prepared for shipment from the facility.
Biosite uses Omron Microscan barcode readers to improve tracking and prevent waste of portable cardiac panels with hard-to-read barcodes.
A manufacturer of automated clinical laboratory equipment needed to track specimen tubes as they were transported to different parts of the instrument for various tests.
A manufacturer wanted to automate lottery kiosks by embedding a barcode reader inside.
A manufacturer of automated clinical laboratory equipment needed to integrate a scanner onto their robotic arms to help with sortation and inventory control.
A pharmaceutical manufacturer decided to include lot number and expiration date in the product I.D. barcode printed on the packaging of their vitamin supplements. As a result, they needed a barcode scanner to validate each label as it was applied to the product on the packaging line.