di-soric provides fast, reliable reading solutions for all symbologies and OCR. Our products read any linear barcodes or 2D-symbols printed or directly marked.
Linear or 1D-barcodes have been in commercial use since the 1970s and are the most common symbology type used for automatic identifi cation part tracking. Today, increasing numbers of manufacturers are using two-dimensional
(2D-symbols), such as Data Matrix, that offer greater placement flexibility and increased data capacity.
Many industries specify the exact symbologies that must be used, and regulate their quality.
In addition, many manufacturers now practice “cradle to-grave” traceability and permanently mark parts with a machine-readable symbol that is verified at each stage of the manufacturing process. Machine-readable symbols generally fall into the categories of linear barcodes, stacked symbols, 2Dsymbols, and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) fonts.
A few examples of each are shown below.
Up to 10 decodes per second
Wide field of view
233 MHz Pentium processor
Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit), Vista (32-bit or 64-bit), XP, or 2000 operating system
Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
128 MB RAM or greater
80 MB hard drive space
800 x 600 minimum 256 color display (1024 x 768 32-bit color recommended)
ID-06 WITH LIQUID LENS / C-MOUNT
Up to 60 decodes per second
Working distance: 30 mm to infi nity
“liquid lens” autofocus & modular zoom
Integrated Ethernet network