Conforms to track and trace regulations
Achieves Six Sigma quality
Complete shipping documentation
Automation of checking processes
Easy integration into your system
Reads 1D and 2D barcodes (matrix codes) as well as RFID transponders
Fulfils the pedigree law specifications
Return on investment in less than 2 years
In the first step, the picked orders are delivered in containers on a conveying system and emptied into a tilt station. From there the products are separated by hand and transported to the reader station. In the reader station, a scanner records and documents the individual products at a throughput speed of 2 m/s.
Depending on the requirements, this takes place using 1D barcodes, 2D matrix codes and RFID transponders. In the final step, the products are compiled again in containers and continue on their way to the customer.
Automatic identification and documentation
Suitable for products weighing up to 1 kg
Technical performance of 3,000 products/hour (corresponds to around 300 containers/hour)
Product identification using a 6-side scan at a speed of 2 m/s