Reader Adds Ethernet, Liquid Lens

April 6, 2010
The DataMan 200 adds Ethernet connectivity and liquid lens technology to what’s billed the world’s smallest high performance fixed-mount ID reader.
These new features enable faster communication speed, easier integration with factory controls, and software-driven autofocus for easy, hands-free set-up. Ethernet connectivity gives DataMan 200 users the advantage of real-time data and image transfer, and easier integration with plant controllers and information networks. Liquid lens technology, an optional feature of the DataMan 200, provides greater focal range, ease of set-up, and faster response time. This technology adjusts the camera’s focus by applying an electrical charge to fluid within the lens. Like the DataMan 100, the new system supports a wide range of 1D and 2D codes. DataMan 200 shipments will begin in May.Cognex Corp.

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