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The LVS-9580 DPM verifies the readability, quality, and data integrity of both 1D and 2D direct part marks to internationally-accepted standards including ISO/IEC 29158 TR, and MIL-STD-130N. As with other LVS-95XX-series barcode verifiers, testing against GS1 application standards provides assurance that the product labeling requirements of recently-enacted U.S. FDA guidelines for medical devices, commonly known as Unique Device Identification (UDI), are met.
Meet MicroHAWK, the next generation of industrial imaging devices. With the highest-performance imaging engine in its class at the core, MicroHAWK offers an array of modular hardware options to take on any OEM and factory automation task with three micro-form-factor cameras. Choose your software experience from basic decoding to complex inspection, plug and power, and instantly outperform the competition out of the box.
In this video, our application support team 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 since the PC interface is 100% web-browser based.
Omron 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. Omron Microscan's MicroHAWK® Barcode Readers are integrated into a demo of Omron 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
What are the components that make up a machine vision system? How do they work together in a production environment? In the third video of this introductory series, we discuss the five key components that make up a vision system: lighting, lens, sensor, vision processing and communication, and the impact that each of these can have on your application.
This is the first in a series of 10-minute videos to introduce new users to the basics of machine vision technology. In this video, users will learn what machine vision is, how it is used in factory automation, and its four most common applications.