SICK supply ICR845-2L FlexLens camera code readers that are able to identify 1D and 2D codes at reading distances of up to two metres.
Short evaluation times even in case of large reading fields and high reading reliability concerning both stationary and moving objects open up interesting application fields for the ICR845-2L FlexLens, particularly in car manufacturing, packaging systems, and in intralogistics. This applies equally to new plants and retrofitting, since the connection system of the ICR845-2L FlexLens and the CLV series laser scanners from SICK is identical, permitting simple switching to the camera code reader if required.
The FlexLens long-range camera code reader includes interchangeable camera lenses and varied means of lighting, enabling it to adjust to almost any reading task. The FlexLens long-range camera code reader can read at distances of up to two metres, enabling it to be mounted closer to the object or installed outside of a handling area if required. The 1D or, respectively, 2D codes are identified reliably in any state of movement – whether at a standstill, in constant movement, or during braking or accelerating by a transport system. Additionally, if the FlexLens long-range camera code reader needs to detect the code within a large reading field, the result becomes quickly available due to the short decoding time.
The ICR845-2L FlexLens long-range camera code reader is also very user-friendly. The lenses can be changed in a matter of seconds, involving only a few simple touches. The connecting and mounting systems meet SICK’s industrial standard, accelerating start-up. Live Image and AutoSetup enable fast, efficient implementation of the reading task without a PC – especially since users are familiar with the operator interface from other code readers made by SICK.
With the ICR845-2L FlexLens long-range camera code reader, object identification in many applications is no longer a question of distance.