ID Vision Sensors

Nov. 3, 2016
The BOA Spot ID vision sensors from Teledyne DALSA combines 1D/2D code reading with OCR and verification tools.

Part of the company’s BOA Spot ID series of low-cost vision systems for product identification and verification applications on the factory floor, the sensors are available in two models. The standard IDS model includes the core 1D/2D decoders, while the expanded IDE model adds advanced Direct Part Marking (DPM) decoding, OCR and verification tools. The vision sensors can decode 1D barcodes with bar widths and spacing down to 1.5 pixels, and 2D matrix codes with cell or dot sizes down to 2 pixels. Image filters and control parameters are provided to enhance readability of poorly printed codes and codes printed on plastic or metallic surfaces using laser/chemical etch, ink jet or dot peen marking methods. Grading algorithms are included for verifying the quality of decoded symbols against ISO/IEC and AIM industry standards. Like earlier models, the BOA Spot ID combines the power and flexibility of a BOA vision system with integrated LED lighting, lens cover, and easy-to-use software to deliver high value capabilities at a low cost of ownership. And its IP67 rating makes it suitable for harsh industrial/wash down conditions.

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Teledyne DALSA