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Tech Tips for MicroHAWK

Tech Tips for MicroHAWK Video Series

The average attention span of a goldfish is 9 seconds. The average attention span of a person is now 8.25 seconds. This means that right now, most people have a shorter attention span than a goldfish. With so many competing demands for our attention, it’s no wonder we can only allocate 8.25 seconds to the given task at hand. Let’s say you’ve just purchased one of our MicroHAWK Smart Cameras and you can’t wait to set it up and learn all about its features and functionalities. How many 8.25 second intervals will it take to get through the MicroHAWK manual? What if there was a quicker way to learn everything you needed to know about MicroHAWK? Would you be interested in learning what this option is? Well then, you’re in luck because we’ve created a Tech Tip video series to teach you all things MicroHAWK with step by step video shorts!



Congratulations on becoming a proud owner and user of the world’s smallest and most versatile smart camera platform! Based on feedback from other people such as yourself that are eager to get started, we’ve created a new step by step video series guide to walk you through all the different areas and features you’ll need to know about. Starting with Weblink set-up to more advanced and challenging applications, Tech Tips for MicroHAWK has you covered. If you’ve tried to set up an imager for a challenging application, then you know how much time can be spent just trying to figure it out. We’re here to give you that time back.

Tech Tips for MicroHAWK videos are designed with you in mind, so that it’s easier and more intuitive to follow along with our MicroHAWK expert as they walk you through different processes. Questions about Multi-Symbol setup? We have a video for that. Questions about Keyboard Wedge and outputting barcode data by simulating keystrokes on a keyboard? We have a video for that too! These videos are no longer than a few minutes and full of great information to get the most value out of your new MicroHAWK Smart Camera.

Are you interested in finding out when the next video is released? You can subscribe to our video series and have videos delivered directly to your inbox! 

You can find all of our current Tech Tips for MicroHAWK videos in our video library on our website.

If there’s a Tech Tip for MicroHAWK that you would like to see covered in one of our upcoming videos, let us know in the comments below!

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