Scanner reads damaged codes

12 July 2007

Leuze Mayser has expanded its BCL series with a product that claims to read damaged barcodes.

The 500i bar code scanner gathers data from several high-speed passes and, with bespoke software, is able to rebuild the correct identity despite a code label being misaligned or partially damaged.

The BCL 500i incorporates a new lens, claimed to provide a ±30° asymmetrical optical angle of aperture to create a large scanning field.

The company is targeting high-speed handlings and transfer applications, citing the scanner’s adjustable scanning rate of 800 to 1200 scans per second and reading field of 200 by 1600mm.

The product has serial interfaces for RS 232 or RS 422 and RS 4845, plus additional communication channels which can be configured individually as real-time Ethernet, field bus interfaces such as ProfiBus and Leuze’s own multiNET facility for networking applications.

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