Coder is based on air-cooled, miniature laser tube.
December 27, 2002 - Model S200 combines laser tube and scanning arrangement in cylindrical enclosure. Micro-laser beam provides concise imaging on virtually any substrate. User interface is color touchscreen with intuitive Windows-based software. From simple codes using global character fonts to intricate logos and graphics, images from 0.8â€“40 mm high at up to 500 fpm can be produced. S200 is IP55 compliant with stainless steel control enclosure.
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Domino Amjet, Inc.
1290 Lakeside Dr.
Gurnee, IL, 60031 2400
Versatile New Laser Coder from Domino
Gurnee, IL August 21, 2002 Domino Amjet, Inc., has announced the release of a unique new laser coder that embodies versatile features and benefits previously unavailable in a single machine, and some offered for the first time anywhere. Designated the Domino S200, the new coder is based on the renowned Domino built, air cooled miniature laser tube. Reliability proven worldwide in the ubiquitous Domino DDC3 Digital Laser Coder, more products have been coded with this laser tube than with all others combined.
In the Domino S200, a single miniature laser tube is combined with a unique scanning arrangement in a cylindrical enclosure, resulting in the most compact, lightweight, and versatile laser head in the industry. Precision new optics provide a micro-laser beam that results in concise imaging on virtually any substrate. Laser head installation is fast and simple with a built-in "Installation Wizard", a visible red aiming beam. The cylindrical laser head is then easily turned for perfect image alignment on the product.
The Domino S200, is IP55 compliant in a compact, small footprint stainless steel control enclosure, is simple to operate and virtually maintenance free. The user interface is a color touch screen with intuitive Windows based software, allowing quick message entry and editing. From simple codes using global character fonts to intricate logos and graphics, images from 0.8 to 40mm high at up to 500 feet per minute can be produced in virtually any industrial environment. It is ideal for packages and products in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and personal care markets for serial, date, batch, and bar codes of all types, as well as graphics.
For further information contact Joyce Raidart at Domino Amjet, Inc., 1290 Lakeside Dr. Gurnee, IL 60031 847-244-2501 x1295 Fax: 847-244-1421 e-mail email@example.com