Banner Engineering imager-based barcode reader

Banner Engineering's ABR Series imager-based barcode readers are designed for solving a range of track and trace applications and use advanced algorithms to decode a full library of 1D and 2D barcodes. This includes direct part marking (DPM), damaged, distorted, and overprinted codes.

The all-in-one design combines imager, lens, and lighting in one device. They are available in two compact form factors with a range of lens and lighting options and multiple resolutions to read small, complex and challenging barcodes. Industrial communication options include Ethernet, serial or USB for integration on the factory floor and Industrial Internet of Things initiatives.

The ultracompact ABR 3000 is a barcode reader that fits in small spaces and solves a range of barcode reading applications. It features a manual focus lens and is available in models with a WVGA (752 x 480 pixels) imager or a 1.2 MP (1280 x 960 pixels) imager. An integrated LED illuminator provides uniform bright white light to illuminate barcodes.

The compact, IP67-rated ABR 7000 has a 1.3 MP (1280 x 1024 pixels) imager. Multiple lens options are available, including a software adjustable liquid lens autofocus. Lighting options include integrated red or multicolored LEDs for reading low-contrast and Direct Part Mark (DPM) barcodes.

ABR Series barcode readers can be configured using the on-board Smart Teach interface or Banner’s Barcode Manager software.

The ABR Series can be used to track and trace products, parts, and components through production and the supply chain for quality assurance, high-speed process control, work-in-progress monitoring, automated line changeover, sortation, shipping, and similar applications.

ABR scanner series 250
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