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MicroHawk

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Microscan has launched an intuitive industrial barcode reading platform called MicroHawk. This latest solution features a fully-integrated barcode imaging engine, three industrial-rated miniature barcode imagers, and the new WebLink browser-based configuration interface. Together, this comprehensive barcode reading platform decodes any symbol in any application with flexibility, compatibility, and ease of use.

With an entirely new ground-up device and interface design, the MicroHawk barcode reader includes a small fully-integrated barcode imaging engine. From decoder, to sensor, to speed, to illumination, the engine can be configured with any combination of features and packaged into a MicroHawk model (ID-20, ID-30, or ID-40) with ideal dimensions, connectivity, and industrial-rating for any installation.

Both MicroHawk and the WebLink UI were engineered to allow anyone with or without barcode reading experience to install a device into new or existing systems to outperform operations for speed, precision, and adaptability to changing criteria. WebLink is a web-browser-based interface for industrial barcode reading, and it requires no software to use.

From any web-enabled device, users can access the IP address of their MicroHawk reader in a web browser to view decoded data and barcode images in real time. Using basic information about a barcode reading job, (barcode type, application type, number of codes, etc.), the WebLink interface automatically adjusts the settings of the connected MicroHawk reader to train and optimise for the expected codes and reading conditions.

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