Posts Tagged ‘DataMan’

Cognex DataMan 8070 Series Handheld Code Quality Verifier

August 17, 2018

Cognex 8700 readerBarcode verification is the process of grading the quality of barcodes. Barcode verifiers capture images and generate reports to demonstrate compliance to parameters within industry standardization guidelines.

The DataMan® 8070 series verifier is packed with powerful lighting options, robust grading algorithms, a high-speed processing engine, and a high-resolution camera to capture and grade the most difficult DPM codes. As the only DPM verifier on the market with 30-, 45-, and 90-degree lighting options, the DataMan 8070 verifier can easily illuminate codes on textured, curved, and even highly reflective surfaces.

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Cognex 2DMax with PowerGrid Technology

August 29, 2016

Successful DataMatrix code reading is reliant upon the finder and clocking patterns being intact, along with a quiet zone around the code. If these essential elements are damaged or obscured, the barcode reader is unable to identify and decode the symbol from the other markings on the product or packaging.

Cognex has overcome this limitation with PowerGrid™ technology. This patent-pending 2-D code-reading algorithm combines both textural and geometric data to enable the highest DataMatrix code read rates.

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Cognex DataMan 152/162 High Speed Barcode Readers

November 30, 2015

DataMan 150The DataMan 152/262 readers offer higher resolution (1280x960pixel) for the most demanding applications.  1DMax™ with Hotbars II™ and 2DMax® with patent-pending PowerGrid™ technology decode damaged or poorly printed 1-D and 2-D codes, despite code quality, printing method or surface that the codes are marked on, and can even read 2-D codes without visible perimeters or quiet zones.

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Cognex DataMan 8050 Handheld Barcode Reader

January 31, 2014

Unprecedented speed and accuracy at an affordable price

DataMan 8050Cognex announces the release of its fastest and most economical industrial handheld readers yet, the DataMan® 8050 Series. Designed with a ruggedized housing to handle harsh factory floor conditions and equipped with Cognex’s world-class barcode reading algorithms, the DataMan 8050 Series can read even challenging barcodes quickly and easily.

 

DataMan 50L image-based readers are more reliable than laser scanners

November 7, 2013


DataMan 50L has No Moving PartsWith a solid state design, DataMan® barcode readers have no moving parts that need replacement and constant adjustment.  The DataMan 50L image-based readers are ideal for applications where single-line laser scanners are used and are comparable in price.

  • Compact size
  • Highest read rates
  • Performance feedback
  • No moving parts!

Cognex DataMan 9500 Handheld Code Reader with Mobile Computer

December 10, 2012

DataMan 9500DataMan 9500 mobile computer was specifically designed for the rugged conditions of the factory floor.  This industrial-grade mobile computer is ideal for reading DPM (direct part mark) codes in applications where operators need to read and view code data but cannot be stationed at a terminal or PC.

DataMan 300 Barcode Reader

January 25, 2012

A Quantum Leap in Barcode Reader Performance

DataMan 300Achieve higher read rates for better efficency with DataMan 300

The DataMan 300 series of readers was developed to handle the most difficult-to-read DPM (Direct Part Mark) codes as well as challenging 1-D linear barcodes and 2-D Data Matrix codes and for indexed or high-speed lines.

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DataMan 500 Domino Video

November 17, 2011

It looks simple, but try this with any other barcode reader…  watch the video 

Cognex – We Can Read It

August 11, 2011

We can Read It!With Cognex image-based technology, every read is an easy read.  Watch the video…

Cognex – White Paper: When 99% Just Isn’t Enough

June 16, 2011

Cognex White PaperBenefits of Improved Read Rates in Logistics Scanning

 This white paper will explore how improving barcode read rates with new image-based technology can shorten return on investment (ROI) of capital equipment.

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