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Microscan to Demonstrate Machine Vision and Barcode Solutions for Packaging at IPACK-IMA 2012
For manufacturers in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and consumer goods packaging industries, safety and packaged product verification can be an essential requirement. Microscan's barcode and machine vision technology is used to monitor, track, and trace critical data. On packaging lines, Microscan products track production data, guide the movement of goods, ensure label print quality, guarantee correct label application, and enable final lot tracking. Microscan's readers presented at the show offer both linear and 2D Data Matrix code reading and high read rates and their imagers can provide symbol quality reporting and verification.
At the booth, visitors can also view live demonstrations of Microscan's machine vision technology, such as the AutoVISION(TM) suite, which consists of Microscan's AutoVISION machine vision software, and the Vision MINI and Vision HAWK smart cameras. This solution enables simplified machine vision, and allows users with little to no experience in vision technology to set up and implement machine vision applications. The company's latest I-PAK packaging inspection system is an all-in-one vision solution designed specifically to meet the stringent requirements of the pharmaceutical industry.
The company will also present the new C-Mount lens configuration for the popular QX HAWK imager and the Vision HAWK smart camera. With industrial IP65/67 housing (with lens cover), compact size, flexible configurations and built-in Ethernet connectivity, the QX HAWK and Vision HAWK are easy to incorporate into any production environment. The Vision HAWK vision system features easy set-up and operation with Microscan's intuitive AutoVISION software interface, including powerful decode tools for reading barcodes and text (OCR), and inspection tools for cap alignment, label positioning, fill level verification, and more.
For more information on Microscan's solutions, visit www.microscan.com.
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