Posted on January 11, 2011 - ( views)
Two thirds the size of most 2D code readers, the LECTOR 620 code reader from Sick comes in a compact metal housing that is sealed to IP65 or optionally to IP67. It has a 43 x 67 mm² field of view with a field depth of 50 mm at a 100 mm reading distance. The series offers real-time decoding of all images captured with a frequency of 60 Hz. This improves decoding performance and thus timely detection and elimination of reading problems. Featuring an integrated LED display, the code reader offers an intuitive operation with a laser-based alignment assistance and parameterization at a push of a button. It is also possible to set up various operating levels on the operator interface in parallel with requirements. All of the relevant data interfaces including Ethernet TCP/IP, FTP, Ethernet IP, Profinet, CAN, RS 232/422/485, USB, and digital I/Os are available.
Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz
Increases flexibility and reduces material consumption
At the upcoming Hannover Messe, Sick will rely on Integrated solutions based on Industry 4.0, to show how the intelligent use of sensor data is boosting flexibility and productivity today
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