A newly developed algorithm provides best-in-class reading performance. Difficult codes can also be scanned stably, including those marked directly on uneven workpieces.
The Parameter Bank Function holds multiple reading settings. This feature achieves hands-off and worry-free reading by allowing the reader to automatically perform reading with optimal settings with no manual reconfiguration required between multiple product types!
Conventionally, black/white thresholds are set for the entire code, which makes it difficult to detect unevenly printed codes. To solve this problem, we have developed a new Contrast Algorithm for Local Concentration, to allow thresholds to be set for each section of a code. This algorithm enables highly accurate black/white classification even for DPM codes, on which uneven print density often occurs.
Our local concentration black/white classification algorithm divides a code into smaller pieces to perform binary processing using thresholds specified for each section. This enables accurate black/white classification without being affected by uneven print density.
* The above illustration is only for reference and does not mean that a code is always divided into 16 parts.