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Sick launches accurate high-speed code reader for harsh conditions

HIGH quality industrial product code reading of 1D and 2D Data Matrix ECC200 codes for traceability, safety and identification is now possible at speed and under the harshest process conditions, with the new SICK ICR845-2 Image Code Reader Series.

IP65 rated to ensure reliability under process conditions, the ICR845-2 series delivers high reliability data reading to overcome weak contrasts, misaligned, dirty and poor markings, whether on labels, cartons or directly marked on the product.

Typical applications for the competitively-priced ICR845-2 series include automotive, pharmaceutical, electronics and packaging industries; the image code readers will even provide reliable document identification for mailing insertions.

The choice of ICR845-2 Series models includes range, field of view and resolution (ICR845-2A/B/C) or high speeds with reading and decoding rates to 60 images a second (ICR845-2D). Popular 1D and 2D codes can be read in any direction.

In addition, the image code readers can be easily selected to meet specific application needs, with side or front mounted reading windows, and the integrated controllable LED illumination ensures optimum reading even of curved objects.

Live picture output from the image code readers is available through a choice of interfaces or Ethernet to integrate the ICR845-2 series with your existing data environment, as well as easy alignment and installation set up. The Autosetup feature, in the new ICR845-2 series' firmware, enables the scanner to configured and optimised in seconds, and Ethernet with ftp established automatically without any specialist operator knowledge.

To complement the ICR845-2 series, SICK have also published a comprehensive guide to DPM (direct part marking) which offers users an unbiased view of the whole extent of techniques from marking to illumination and scanning.

For more information on the SICK ICR845-2 Series or a copy of the SICK DPM Guide, please contact: Ann Attridge or Andrea Hornby on 01727 831121 or email ann.attridge@sick.co.uk or Andrea.hornby@sick.co.uk.

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