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Multipix Imaging to distribute vision sensors from Datalogic Automation

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Multipix Imaging has entered into an agreement with Datalogic Automation, Italy, a worldwide producer of automatic identification, detection and marking solutions for industrial automation.

Julie Busby, business development director at Multipix Imaging, said: ‘We are very excited to be able to offer our customers the range of ID readers and vision sensors from Datalogic. These products offer a complete range of industrial solutions for automatic identification. Thanks to the use of innovative technology solutions Datalogic are able to identify automatically, accurately and with absolute precision all types of labels, barcodes and 2D codes, applied in any position and orientation.’

Multipix will specialise in the Data vision sensors, including the DataVS1 series, a simple solution for machine vision applications as the setup does not require a PC and is very quick and intuitive thanks to the VSC unit. The sensor setting is carried-out through region of interest definition, control type selection and parameter adjusting. Tools include presence/absence verification, position, object counting and OCV.

The Matrix ID reader range includes the Matrix 210 2D reader, offering extreme reading performance and integrated Ethernet in a ultra-compact housing. The WVGA image sensor captures up to 60fps to the powerful internal illuminator producing dynamic reading capability.

This great range of products is ideal for many application areas including, electronic PCB assembly, medical device traceability, pharmaceutical manufacturing and packing, food and beverage industry, print, and access control.

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