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Laser-based ID Systems
Laser-based ID Systems

Laser-based ID systems from di-soric meet the challenges of today's logistics industry and offer the capability for efficient solutions. The logistics industry, with its ever-faster processing of orders, places high requirements on systems for scanning existing barcodes on products. In keeping with the maxim "Time is money", processes are constantly being optimized for faster processing. On dispatch notes, for example, fast processing and output of barcodes is important for identification of the barcodes. The dispatch notes with the barcodes can be on bundled magazines, for example. These stacks are transported on conveyor belts passing scanning points where barcode laser scanners are mounted. The speed of the conveyor belt in these applications is often 1 metre per second or more. The conveyor belt width of 600 mm and the resulting scanning field width presents extreme challenges for any image-based camera system. Not only that, but the stacking height of the bundles is between 50 and 500 mm. That means a depth of field of 450 mm. Here, at the latest, the limits of compact smart camera systems have been reached.

Posted on September 13, 2012 - (469 views)
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di-soric GmbH & Co. KG
Steinbeisstr. 6
73660 Urbach - Germany
+49-7181-9879-0
+49-7181-9879-179
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