Omron Automation Americas has launched the V410-H Series handheld barcode reader to its portfolio of industrial barcode readers and smart cameras.
With algorithms that readily capture challenging codes, including direct part marks (DPMs) and ultra-compact symbols, the family’s three models—the XD, the SR and the HC—deliver a solution for traceability throughout industrial manufacturing and beyond.
The V410-H operates on Omron’s WebLink platform, and all three versions offer the intuitive WebLink PC configuration and run-time viewing utility that works with any Windows-based device. WebLink makes it possible to export images to a PC file location, customize the data output pre-amble and post-amble, and save/restore barcode reader configuration files. This allows for simple cloning of reader configuration across multiple barcode readers.
With a high-resolution sensor, fast decoding, read ranges that extend from contact to as far as 1.1m (44”), and the ability to decode most 1D, 2D, and DPM symbols, the V410-H helps operators work quickly and avoid misreads. Usage in a hands-free presentation mode can help meet requirements for contact-free operation, while chemical resistance to alcohol-based cleaners ensures that the reader can withstand frequent cleaning procedures.
For handheld barcode reading applications requiring IP65/67 or wireless connectivity, Omron is also updating its HS-360x barcode reader with the latest X-Mode decoding algorithms, updated WebLink PC configuration software under new Omron branding. This model is being launched as V450-H, a further extension of the Omron handheld barcode reader product line.