One of the leading manufacturers of industrial optical hardware, Cognex has developed and produced a series of barcode scanners and readers they have designated as “DataMan.” This model from one of the five subgroups of the series: the 150 group and 152, and the 260 group and the 262.
The DMR-150X-1120 model is in the 150 designated category is programmed with the 1DMax and Hotbar II software programs to read 1-D classified barcodes that have been damaged, warped or manipulated due to poor printing, and the 2DMax gives it the capabilities to decrypt and analyze the codes, completely independent of the code’s printing label quality, or what surface the code is printed on. This software is so advanced that it won’t matter if significant sections of the code, like the finder or clocking patterns are damaged or even entirely missing.
The physical specifications amongst these units are all standard for each of the 150 and 152 model Cognex DataMan scanners. In the standard in-line configuration set up, its dimensions are 43.1 millimeters by 22.4 millimeters by 55 (63) millimeters. When in the right angle, 90 degree configuration, these models’ dimensions change to 43.1 millimeters by 28.8 (35.8) millimeters by 49.3 millimeters. The average weight of these models is 128 grams, and are is made of an aluminum frame that has been covered with an IP-65 protective casing.
These models require a power intake ranging between 5 to 26 volts of direct current via a USB power bus option.