Image-based code reader for food and beverage, manufacturing applications

Sick's Lector63x is an image-based code reader is designed for applications such as identification in manual parcel sorting in a presentation camera function, automated sorting systems and serialization and end-of-line aggregation for the food packaging and pharmaceutical industries.
By Sick March 25, 2016

Sick's Lector63x is an image-based code reader is designed for applications such as identification in manual parcel sorting in a presentation camera function, automated sorting systems and serialization and end-of-line aggregation for the food packaging aSick’s Lector63x is an image-based code reader for delivering high reading performance in a wide variety of applications. The optical flexibility of the Lector63x provides reliable reading performance even under difficult conditions, including reading small codes at high speeds or in applications with a large reading distance. The Lector63x also provides instant read feedback via both a visual indication and acoustic feedback signals. The Lector63x also features a cloning function that uses a microSD memory card, reducing machine downtime in the event of faults on the production line. The Lector63x is designed for many applications such as identification in manual parcel sorting in a presentation camera function, automated sorting systems, and retail logistics, and serialization and end-of-line aggregation for the food packaging and pharmaceutical industries. With options for long-range identification, the Lector63x is also useful for traceability performance in the automotive industry.

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