MicroHAWK compact barcode readers launched by Microscan

After teasing information about a new line of miniature barcode readers, Microscan has announced the launch of its MicroHAWK industrial barcode reader platform.

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After teasing information about a new line of miniature barcode readers, Microscan has announced the launch of its MicroHAWK industrial barcode reader platform. MicroHAWK barcode readers are available in three models: The ID-20 (USB 2.0 Ethernet over USB), ID-30 (RS-232, USB 2.0 Ethernet over USB), and ID-40 (RS-232, Ethernet TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP). The readers feature an option of 0.34 MPixel, 1.2 MPixel, or 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors, which feature frame rates of up to 60 fps, 42 fps, and 5 fps, respectively. The imagers feature integrated LED lighting, Standard (1D) Plus (1D/2D) and X-Mode (poor or damaged) decoders, and small form factor (24 mm x 34 mm x 39 mm; 25 mm x 45 mm x 38 mm; and 25 mm x 45 mm x 45 mm, respectively.) Additionally, Microscan also launched its WebLink browser-based barcode reading interface, which was designed to work with the new barcode readers.

To Learn More:

Contact:Microscan
Headquarters: Renton, WA, USA
Product:
MicroHAWK barcode readers
Key Features:
Standard (1D) Plus (1D/2D) and X-Mode (poor or damaged) decoders, 0.3/1.2/5 MPixel CMOS image sensors, WebLink browser-based barcode reading interface.

What Microscan says:
View more information on the MicroHAWK barcode readers.

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