All-rounder for ‘read­ing’ text

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY -­quiry #140933

The main strength of the Lec­tor 620 OCR is its read­ing of printed plain text and si­mul­ta­ne­ous iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of all con­ven­tional 1D and 2D codes. The cam­era-based code reader’s sim­ple com­mis­sion­ing and suit­abil­ity for dif­fer­ing types of font are im­pres­sive.

The sta­tion­ary and dy­namic de­tec­tion of num­bers, let­ters, sym­bols and codes is highly re­li­able, even with crit­i­cal print qual­ity, thanks to in­tel­li­gent de­cod­ing al­go­rithms. Its most fre­quent ar­eas of use in­cludes read­ing use-by dates and batch num­bers on food and phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal pack­ages, iden­ti­fy­ing data ma­trix codes in par­tic­u­lar, and mon­i­tor­ing the feedin­gin of pack­ag­ing and blanks to pack­ag­ing ma­chines.

It is the ideal so­lu­tion for read­ing and com­par­ing plain text in pack­ag­ing ap­pli­ca­tions. Thanks to its in­te­grated red and blue il­lu­mi­na­tion, and en­sures op­ti­mum light­ing of the read­ing field at all times, re­gard­less of the con­trast.

The code reader per­mits the de­tec­tion of plain text let­ters, sym­bols and num­bers at dis­tances of be­tween 30mm and 300mm. This is pos­si­ble both while sta­tion­ary and at speeds of up to 4.0 m/s. The in­te­grated text-finder en­sures that plain text can be re­li­ably read or com­pared even with print­ing tol­er­ances on the pack­ag­ing.

The teach-in of texts takes place in Teach Mode, sup­ported by a user­friendly wizard func­tion. No spe­cial soft­ware is re­quired.

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