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The SR-700 can stably read different colored boards due to its multiple parameter banks and ability to choose the correct one.
The space-saving SR-700 can read codes on HDDs, automatically controlling the manufacture / inspection records of all inventory.
The SR-700 reads 2D codes for Kanban applications. Thanks to its excellent angle characteristics, it can even read inclined codes.
The SR Series can read barcodes printed on PC board regardless of vibration or irregular code location.
Thanks to the AGC function, the BL-1300 can reliably read PFA-coated barcode labels even at extreme angles.
With its compact body and high speed reading capability, the BL-1300 can easily read the barcodes on medical test tubes.
The Auto Gain Control function (AGC) ensures that even Teflon® coated bar codes are reliably read.
A stable reading is ensured even for bar codes on ceramic labels or those written by a laser marker.
Reliably reads barcodes printed on cardboard boxes of different sizes or those with low print contrast.
The Auto Gain Control function (AGC) guarantees a reliable read even if the bar code labels are dirty or dusty.
Code reading is reliable even when barcodes are on curved surfaces due to geometric correction.
Despite the ultra-small body, just half the size of a business card, the BL-180 Series offers a wide reading range. It can reliably read bar codes on specimen containers.
The compact body can be mounted easily anywhere on the shelf.
Item slips are automatically read when they are inserted in the case. Workability is greatly improved.
The BL-N70 Series and DV-90 ID controller can simplify product changeover and eliminate the need for complex PLC programming.
Using the BL-N70 Series barcode data can be sent directly to a PLC or DV-90 to determine correct component selection.
BL-N70 and DV-90 can scan up to 3 different batch components to match a single recipe. An alarm indicates incorrect chemicals.
Preventing different products from being mixed in a packaging machine.
Giving assembly directions in an assembly process.
The bar code data is compared with the preset data, and a "matched" or "unmatched" signal can be output without a PC.
The bar code data can be sent directly to a PLC.
The bar code data can be sent directly to a PLC without any complicated communication programming.