2D image-based barcode reader addresses sorting applications

December 06, 2019 //By Julien Happich
barcode reader
Datalogic’s AV500 is a 2D image-based barcode reader developed for high speed sorting applications. Fast and secure sorting of objects with different dimensions – even irregular – are the challenges that CEP’s, e-Commerce and airports are facing today.

The AV500 imager captures the codes multiple times under the reading array, offering excellent reading performance for damaged or plastic covered codes. This results in an effective increase of throughput volume by 50% versus other traditional 2D imager-based solutions. The AV500 that is equipped with a high resolution 5 MP CMOS sensor. Image acquisition up to 32 frames per second, dynamic, sequential, or adjustable focus, and multiple lens options, is creating a new optical standard for automatic data capture solutions. For making manual reading processes such as overhead scanning or manual conveyor loading user friendly and fast the imager can work with continuous frame acquisition, avoiding any user disturbance from flashing white or red integrated illumination. In addition, successful reading processes are indicated visually by means of the patented “Green Spot” technology.

The Datalogic PACTRACK software allows the AV500 imager to increase the system productivity and traceability, enabling multiple packages and barcodes to be read in a single picture, and properly assign the correct barcode to the correct package with minimal package spacing.

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