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The Axicon 6525-S barcode verifier is designed to verify linear barcodes with a maximum width, including quiet zones, of 125 mm. This means it can be used to check all GS1 symbols used at the retail point-of-sale (EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-A and UPC-E, GS1 Databar), those used on outer cases (EAN-13, ITF-14, and GS1-128), and on logistics labels (GS1-128). For anyone printing barcode labels using a 100 mm (4 inch) wide printhead, this verifier is perfect. It can also be used to check Code 39, Code 128, HIBC, CIP, PZN and other codes.
Features & Benefits
The ‘S’ range of Axicon verifiers has a continuous scan feature, which means that obtaining at least ten different readings throughout the height of the barcode (as required by ISO/IEC) is much faster. Simply place the verifier slightly above or below the barcode, press the trigger and slide the verifier over the code – in less than a second you can have results of up to 100 scans of the code at different points in the bar height.
ISO/IEC verification with ANSI option, traditional verification, symbology auto-discrimination, automatic variable aperture, scan saving and loading, static reflectance meter, display of x-dimension and magnification, individual bar and space dimensional analysis. Product look-up option and other software plugins are available to validate data content of codes such as PZN, CIP, ISBN, ISSN.
A CCD imager-based linear barcode verifier, designed to be ISO/IEC compliant. Aperture automatically switchable between aperture reference numbers 05, 06, 10 and 20. Scan width 125mm (including quiet zones). Wavelength of light 660 nm. Weight: 180g. Size: 145 x 113 x 128 mm.
Designed to function with a PC running any currently supported version of Microsoft Windows. It does not work with the Axicon PV-1000 portable display unit.
The verifier is supplied as the verifier read-head, its data cable, a CD with the Axicon verifier software (in several languages), a quick start guide, a calibration card and compliance certificates in a protective carry case.