Direct-part-mark identification

DataMan 7500 Series handheld direct-part-mark (DPM) readers read all printed and DPM codes for manufacturers implementing part traceability programs in the automotive, aerospace, electronics, healthcare, and defense industries.

01/16/2006


Control Components

DataMan 7500 Series handheld direct-part-mark (DPM) readers read all printed and DPM codes for manufacturers implementing part traceability programs in the automotive, aerospace, electronics, healthcare, and defense industries. They combine Cognex’s IDMax code-reading software with patent-pending UltraLight illumination technology to read codes regardless of marking method, part material, shape, or surface texture. Series includes Model 7500 corded and Model 7550 cordless units and support USB, keyboard wedge, and RS-232 communications. Model 7550 supports Bluetooth wireless communications. Cognex teamed with Hand Held Prod-ucts to develop the products. www.cognex.com ; www.handheld.com Cognex Corp.





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