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New 1D/2D code scanners simplify industrial decoding

New 1D/2D code scanners simplify industrial decoding

Wenglor Sensoric has released 19 new models of the C5PC series of 1D/2D code scanners, expanding its portfolio with more powerful and easy-to-operate code scanners. The simple installation via ‘plug and play’ in particular, as well as the intuitive, browser-based WebLink user interface or the uniform interface concept across all scanners, open up a large number of new application solutions for users.

The WebLink user interface pre-installed in each scanner guides users to install and set up the scanners, even without any programming knowledge. The decoding of codes can be started directly after the IP address has been entered. The scanners can be easily integrated into systems thanks to the available interfaces such as digital IOs, RS-232, Ethernet TCP/IP, Profinet and EtherNet/IP. “With all 19 new scanner models, ease of initial start-up and networking are the two biggest advantages for users,” explains Wenglor product manager Stefan Winkler.

The C5PC series isavailable in variants with static focus or auto-focus, with resolutions of 0.3 megapixels, 1.2 megapixels or 5 megapixels and with optics in SD, HD or LR. There are seven different focal distances between 50 and 1,200 mm. With these hardware combinations, 1D and 2D codes can be read and decoded reliably, even if they have been printed, needle punched or lasered directly onto the object (also called DPM, direct part marking).

“With the new scanner portfolio, we have a suitable product for every customer requirement,” says Winkler. “From simple static applications with high contrasts, simple and complete codes to dynamic applications with high object speeds and very small, complex and sometimes incomplete or damaged codes, we can now take care of any task – with 25 percent higher reading performance than before.”

 
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