Production automation, lot tracking, and component traceability are all common requirements for today’s busy factories and assembly plants. Many suppliers choose Microscan for reliable product inspection and data capture, enabling plant floor data tracking, outbound product traceability and part quality requirements from manufacturers.
Our products feature the latest barcode reading technology for decoding both linear barcodes and 2D symbols, such as Data Matrix. Specialty readers are available for tight spaces, high-speed reading and direct part marks.
We offer a variety of offline and inline verification solutions that include camera, software and precision illumination specifically designed for the verification of 1D/2D codes to industry standards.
Microscan machine vision solutions provide precision product inspection to ensure quality and accuracy. Our products include machine vision software, smart cameras, and complete inspection systems.
Microscan offers a wide range of verification solutions to meet industry standards including:
Are you a beginner looking to learn more about barcode quality, or already have some experience under your belt, but are in need of a quick overview of barcode quality 101? We've put together an e-book for you where you can find the basics needed to understand how to read, monitor and verify barcodes.
MicroHAWK was a key player in the Peru presidential election, as shown in this high-speed reading application. We worked with a customer to establish a system where several MicroHAWK Barcode Readers are being used side by side to read codes on ballots for the election. This video illustrates the readers and WebLink software, which allow multiple devices to be configured live and side by side without special software.
From the floor of Automate 2015 in Chicago, Microscan Machine Vision Promoter Dr. Jonathan Ludlow presents a demo from Microscan and our partner Cross Company utilizing a UR5 robotic arm integrated with a Microscan Vision HAWK Smart Camera. This demo illustrates flexible in-line inspection, where parts and assembly can be quality checked from multiple angles during production with the help of robotics.