Industrial 2D reader

The Datalogic Matrix 450 by Multipix is designed for automated and manual material handling and can decode 1D, 2D, Stacked, and Postal symbologies at high resolutions.

03/13/2013


The Datalogic Matrix 450 by Multipix is designed for automated and manual material handling and can decode 1D, 2D, Stacked, and Postal symbologies at high resolutions. Courtesy: MultipixThe Datalogic Matrix 450 from Multipix is an industrial 2D reader designed for logistic applications. Through 5 million pixels captured 15 times in a second, the Matrix 450 enables a range of applications meets requirements of automated and manual material handling with its decoding capabilities on 1D, 2D, Stacked and Postal symbologies.

Matrix 450 meets the requirements of reading in motion over conveyors.  Each single shot – at very high resolution – offers wide coverage, enough to scan the entire practical area over many slot sorters, cross-belts, tilt-trays, bombay and small-drop systems. 

Matrix 450 is also designed for automated identification in manual material handling applications. With high power continuous lighting, white illumination, aiming laser pointers, patented coloured spot indicators, http live image mirroring, the Matrix 450 is a comprehensive solution for manual scanning in presentation mode for object sorting or conveyor loading/unloading.

Multipix

www.multipix.com 



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