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The verifiers analyze bar code quality against traditional quality parameters and ANSI-CEN-ISO bar code print quality guidelines. Each unit includes all standard symbologies and is manufactured and traceable to N.I.S.T. standards developed by the U.C.C. (Uniform Code Council) and AIM (Automatic Identification Manufacturers).
Choose the Verifier that Best Meets Your Verification
Not all barcode verification applications require analysis of the same parameters, so PSC offers a variety of models to meet specific needs.
The Series tests traditional and full ANSI/CEN parameters. These models perform quick pass/fail tests or use more powerful measuring tools for highly detailed analysis. Test results are provided through:
The unit is also RS232 compatible and works with Scanalyst, a powerful Windows based verification software package.
The QC800 Series Laser Barcode Verifier offers the convenience of simple aim-and-shoot verification through the use of a handheld laser bar code reader. Quickly perform pass/fail testing of dimensional and format quality parameters, including:
By using optional mouse and pen style wands, the following tests can be performed:
Quick Check verifiers are easy to use, yet packed with high performance features that utilize the most sophisticated test methods. Every model can be instantly programmed to test specific barcode specifications by simply scanning command codes or by using the easy-to-follow programming menu which guides an operator through each step.
To accomodate varying label densities, interchangeable mouse and pen wands allow a user to select the appropriate aperture:
These wands can be used with the 600 or 800 Series verifiers to make any barcode verification process more flexible and efficient.
Optional Printers, Download Output Results and Battery/AC
If needed, a detailed hard copy printout can be produced from any of the Quick Check desktop models using an optional Quick Check printer. Or, results can be downloaded to a PC via an RS232 communication interface. Each verifier is powered by AA NiCad rechargeable batteries and an AC charger.