THE BARCODE EXPERTS
The Axicon 15000 series verifiers have been designed to read both two-dimensional and linear barcodes. The system uses a special array of LEDs and a CCD-based sensor to capture each barcode image before it is analysed. It is able to verify multiple barcodes in the same field of view, whether they are 2D or linear codes, and the user sees the results for each barcode by selecting the relevant barcode on the screen.
QR Code, GS1 QR Code, Data Matrix and GS1 DataMatrix symbols can all be verified, as can any EAN/UPC, ITF-14, GS1-128, Code 128, or Code 39 symbol
The Axicon 15000 series verifiers are powered solely from the USB2 port of a computer, so it is portable when used with a laptop computer.
Field of view: 60mm x 45mm
Smallest x-dimension of 0.150mm (aperture ref 03)
Field of view: 95mm x 70mm
Smallest x-dimension of 0.200mm (aperture ref 05)
The Axicon 12000 series of two-dimensional barcode verifiers is intended for the verifying of Data Matrix, QR Code, GS1 DataMatrix, GS1 QR Code, GS1 DataBar, PDF and micro-PDF codes. Some models can also verify EAN/UPC, GS1-128 and ITF-14 codes, depending on their size. They are suitable for verifying symbols appearing on product packaging, promotional advertising, and literature, and the 12800 is specially designed for verifying direct-part-marked symbols used on surgical and medical devices, and component parts.
The Axicon 12800 has been specially designed to verify direct-part-marked barcodes, including Data Matrix, GS1 DataMatrix, QR Code, and GS1 QR Code two-dimensional symbols, whether laser-etched or dot peen. The smallest x-dimension is 0.127 mm or 5 mil. It has nine different lighting options to enable verification in accordance with ISO/IEC 15415 and the AIM Quality Guideline (ISO/IEC TR 29158). The Axicon 12800 allows for the angle of illumination to be set at 30º, 45º, or 90º, as required by the particular application. For 30º illumination, you can choose from four or two sides to minimise the effect of specular reflection. The field of view is 25 mm x 18 mm, and the verifier may also be used to verify linear barcodes in accordance with ISO/IEC 15416, provided they are no wider than 25 mm.
The Axicon 12900 has been specially designed to verify direct-part-marked barcodes that are difficult to read with other DPM verifiers. The verifier can be raised up to 150 mm above its base so that slightly recessed symbols, and those marked on components can be read more easily.
The verifier is moved vertically by using the manual hand wheel, and the software uses a laser-based distance measuring system to ensure that the image is correctly focused. It can read DataMatrix, GS1 DataMatrix, QR Code, and GS1 QR Code two-dimensional symbols, down to an x-dimension size of 0.152 mm. It has 5 different lighting options to enable verification in accordance with ISO/IEC 15415 and the AIM DPM Quality Guideline (ISO/IEC TR 29158): the angle of illumination can be set at 30º, 45º, or 90º, as required by the particular application.
The field of view is 34 mm x 25.5 mm, and the verifier may also be used to verify linear barcodes in accordance with ISO/IEC 15426-1, provided they are no wider than 34 mm (including quiet zones).