OCM Readers

Optics & Photonics, Automatic ID

Forensic-Level Reader authenticates taggants through windows.

January 21, 2011

Fostering enforcement of motor vehicle safety laws and regulations, CarSure can read taggants (optical codes) and authenticate documents through car windows. Invisible taggants are integrated into documents during manufacturing process and thereafter can only be detected by CarSure reader. Taggants can be incorporated into any material, including plastics commonly used in stickers affixed to car windows, and are active for entire life of document. Read More

Automatic ID, Optics & Photonics

Mobile ID Reader provides 5 data capture modes.

December 9, 2010

Suited for border management, law enforcement, and transportation, handheld Model MD6000 enables users to validate multiple types of IDs while in field. Unit is equipped with readers for optical character recognition, 3-track magnetic stripes, contactless RF chips and contact chips, as well as optical single fingerprint capture. After data is captured, device encrypts and relays it via wireless Bluetooth technology to user's laptop, tablet PC, or smartphone. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Optics & Photonics, Automatic ID

Card Reader features intuitive optical user interface.

March 17, 2009

Able to display alpha-numeric digits and Asian character sets, DIGIPASS® 835a features optical interface for automatic download of encrypted data from PC onto display. Data is transferred by holding optical interface in front of computer screen. Utilizing 5 phototransistors, optical technology has data transmission speed of 20 fps and can be used with CRT, TFT, LCD, LED, and plasma screens. EMV-PLA-compliant, reader is suited for e-banking solutions in countries that use PIN-less payment cards. Read More

Automatic ID, Optics & Photonics

Mobile Computer comes with Windows Mobile 6 OS.

January 14, 2009

Equipped with Shift-PLUS(TM) technology for extended battery life, flashlight-sized Dolphin 7600 incorporates Adaptus Imaging Technology v5.0, which allows unit to read 1D and 2D bar codes, OCR fonts, and images to meet scanning needs for variety of retail or light industrial applications. Core features of Windows Mobile 6 include integration with Microsoft applications including Office, Internet Explorer Mobile, Exchange and Outlook, and SQL Server. Read More

Vision Systems, Automatic ID, Optics & Photonics

Compact Reader identifies 2D data matrix and 1D bar codes.

August 18, 2008

Multi-Code Reader can identify, verify, and qualify most marking methods including dot-peened, laser-etched, and printed DMC codes as well as printed barcodes. Suited for harsh environments, solid-state, metal housing measures 80 x 42 x 53 mm and unit incorporates CMOS image sensor with DSP and integrated lighting system. Maximum target speed is 7 msec and unit can read even partially damaged or worn code from any orientation. It is available in 2 x 24 Vdc models with VGA resolution. Read More

Optics & Photonics, Automatic ID

OCR Document Reader measures 36.3 x 22.7 x 18.5 mm.

July 16, 2008

Operating from 3 Vdc power supply, Model OCR130 is designed for OEM integration into portable devices via 12-way, 0.5 mm pitch FFC. With operating current of 130 mA which drops substantially when reader is in rest mode, it captures code lines from machine-readable travel documents including machine-readable passports, visas, and travel cards conforming to ICAO Document 9303. APACS debit and credit documents can also be read together with E13B OCRB and mixed E13B and OCRB fonts. Read More

Optics & Photonics, Automatic ID

Electronic Reader is targeted for the blind.

August 3, 2006

Combining digital camera with PDA, Handheld Electronic Reader puts character-recognition software together with text-to-speech conversion technology. Users can take pictures of printed materials and hear contents of document played back in clear synthetic speech. Portable unit can store thousands of printed pages, and users can also transfer files to desktop and laptop computers, as well as Braille notetakers. Read More

Optics & Photonics, Automatic ID

DPM Readers feature IP52 sealed construction.

February 2, 2006

Designed for the direct part mark (DPM) identification market, models 6308 DPM Reader and 6328 Cordless DPM Reader provide data accuracy in part traceability, authenticity, and supply chain management processes in automotive, aerospace, electronics, healthcare, and defense industries. Powered by Adaptus(TM) Imaging Technology 5.0, model 6308 supports USB, keyboard wedge, and RS232 communications, while model 6328 features Bluetooth v1.2 wireless connectivity. Read More