LSIS 220 Series - Compact code reader for moving 1D- and 2D-codes as well
Small, fast and very clever
Better optics and optimized resolution for faster code reading, even in motion
Particularly when reading moving codes, how quickly the captured data can be processed is decisive. A very high resolution is, due to the larger quantity of data that is collected, a hindrance in this case and brings no real added value. Furthermore, it is important that everything located in the read field of the sensor be in focus in order, for example, to reliably detect codes that are not centered when moved past the reader.
We took all of this into account in the development of the new LSIS 220 and, in addition to the robust construction, the integrated RS 232 or USB interface, and the range of readable codes, also equipped it with optimized resolution and improved optics. Thus, the new readers now offer more performance reserves, reliability and speed, even with moving codes.
The most important features at a glance
- Optimized camera resolution of 838 × 640 pixels for fast code reading, even while in motion
- Improved optics for larger read field and in-focus detection all the way to the edge areas
- Detection of 2D-codes, stacked codes and bar codes RS 232 or USB interface
- M12 turning connector (8-pin) Switching input and switching output
- LED indicator for completed read operations and switching inputs Trigger button for manual activation and configuration
- Construction without mechanically moved parts, robust metal housing with glass window and protection class IP 65 make the devices very well suited for industrial use
- Extremely small construction size, also for installation under difficult conditions
- Metric mounting thread
- Extensive selection of accessories
Flexible in use and able to take a beating.
The code readers of the LSIS 220 series are suitable for a variety of applications in various industries. With protection rating IP 65 and robust design, even rough industrial use, such as in robotic arms or automatic testing machines, poses no challenge.
Sample areas of application
- Handling and automated testing systems Manual reading by holding up the code by hand Automatic reading in robotic systems
- Analysis automation (blood analysis, etc.) Part tracing with code labels
- Reading moving codes