Microscan partners with Lakewood Automation to demonstrate MicroHAWK capabilities at Advanced Design and Manufacturing Expo

March 22, 2017 – Microscan announced that it will partner with Lakewood Automation, a distributor of electronics, controls, automation products and pneumatics, in Ohio, to demonstrate new capabilities of  the MicroHAWK family of barcode readers and machine vision solutions at Booth # 323 at Advanced Design and Manufacturing Expo, taking place March 29th and 30th, 2017, in Cleveland, Ohio.

Microscan experts will host live demonstrations of MicroHAWK imagers. MicroHAWK, in combination with the browser-based WebLink user interface, allows users to adjust reader settings remotely and to monitor results in real time from any web-enabled device without installing any software. With MicroHAWK and WebLink, production line changeovers can be accommodated with a few clicks from any web browser. Visitors to the exhibition will learn how MicroHAWK readers are able to read any barcode on any part, how they can readjust for new barcodes on the fly, and how their auto-enhance image capture capabilities can read barcodes on PCBs of different colors. MicroHAWK barcode readers perform right out of the box with as little as one minute of setup time for new jobs. The software that powers MicroHAWK is stored on the readers themselves, offering universal job portability so that switching decode parameters, changing devices, and saving and recalling jobs is simpler than ever.

The recently-launched MicroHAWK definition (UHD) imagers will also be on display at booth #323. The n MicroHAWK UHD imagers and smart cameras can decode very small and difficult-to-read barcodes, including two-dimensional Data Matrix symbols and direct part marks (DPM) used in electronics manufacturing. Microscan’s application experts will demonstrate how MicroHAWK UHD can decode symbols with an x-dimension as small as 2 mil (0.0254 mm).

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