Code reader - SensoPart Industriesensorik GmbH

By: Sensopart Industriesensorik Gmbh  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Quality Assurance, Food and Drink, Laboratory Automation

Scanning wizard.
The Vision code reader for printed, punched and laser-etched codes.

Identification of products, components or packaging from printed or directly marked – punched or laser-etched – codes is common practice in many sectors of industry today. The Vision code reader from SensoPart immediately detects which par t is in front of it: it can easily read numerous types of barcodes as well as printed and directly marked data matrix codes according to ECC 200 standard, and this on any base (metal, plastic, paper, glass). The sensor can even routinely decipher askew or warped codes or codes on convex, reflective or transparent surfaces.

A lot of information in a small space
Up to 2334 ASCII characters (7 bit) or 3116 figures can be encoded in a ECC 200 data matrix code.


  • Product labelling and identification
  • Automated product tracking
  • Order picking, quality assurance


  • Automotive and automotive supply industry
  • Food and drink industry
  • Pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry
  • Packing industry and logistics
  • Laboratory automation
  • Solar industry

Keywords: Food and Drink, Food and Drink Industry, Laboratory Automation, Product Labelling, Product Tracking, Quality Assurance, Solar Industry,

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