Microscan announces miniature industrial barcode readers with embedded Ethernet

Microscan has announced the availability of its MINI HAWK Xi and MS-4Xi miniature barcode readers, which are reportedly the smallest, most lightweight imagers available with embedded Ethernet. The barcode readers are suitable for use in a variety of factory automation applications, including packaging and automotive assembly.

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Microscan has announced the availability of its MINI HAWK Xi and MS-4Xi miniature barcode readers, which are reportedly the smallest, most lightweight imagers available with embedded Ethernet. Both imagers feature decode algorithms to read most any 1D/2D symbol, including direct part marks, and with Microscan’s X-Mode technology, the imagers can be easily integrated in most automation environments. The Xi imagers also include visible LED detectors, targeting laser pattern, "good read" green flash, and an EZ button for instant setup and configuration. MINI HAWK Xi imagers are suitable for use in assembly line manufacturing, component tracking, automotive, medical device, and semiconductor and electronics applications, and the MS-4Xi imager is suitable for use in clinical instruments, medical devices, and semiconductor and electronics applications.

To Learn More:

Contact:Microscan
Headquarters
: Renton, WA, USA
Product:
MINI HAWK Xi and MS-4Xi miniature barcode readers
Key Features:
Fully integrated Ethernet TCP/IP, IP54 enclosure for dust and moisture, hardwired corner-exit cable for tighter fits, optical isolation of I/O lines, and autofocus capability (MINI Hawk Xi).

What Microscan says:
View more information on the MINI HAWK Xi.
View more information on the MS-4Xi.

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