Code Reader is configurable via 3-step software.

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Rated to IP67, Model PD50 can read 2D codes that are stained, chipped, tilted, or reversed, as well as from full 360° direction in approximately 30 ms. Two red LED guide lights enable installation at optimum height position. Up to 8 rejected images can be stored and uploaded via PDTOOL software.



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PC Configurable IP67 2D Code Reader - PD50



New Providence, NJ - Panasonic Electric Works Corporation of America (formerly known as Aromat Corporation) introduces the new compact 2D code reader, PD50, which can read 2D codes from a full 360 degree direction or if it is stained, chipped, tilted, or reversed in approximately 30ms. This IP67 unit is easily configurable with our simple 3-step software, and its powerful algorithm provides high repeatability results. The PD50 also has two red LED guide lights for quick installation at the optimum height position. Up to eight rejected images can be stored and uploaded via our PDTOOL software.

About Panasonic Electric Works Corporation of America
Panasonic Electric Works Corporation of America (formerly known as Aromat Corporation) is a US subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd, an $11 billion company and major developer, manufacturer and provider of electrical construction, materials, home appliances, residential building materials, automation control products, wiring devices and electronic materials. Automation Control Systems Division of Panasonic Electric Works carries Programmable Logic Controllers, Human Machine Interfaces, Servo/AC Drives, Sensors (SUNX brand), Laser Markers (SUNX brand), Machine Visions, Temperature Controllers, Limit Switches, Timers, Counters, Hour Meters and Magnetic Contactors for North, Central and South America.

For Additional Information
URL: http://pewa.panasonic.com/acsd/product/vision/PD50.htm
Tech Support Call: 1-877-624-7872
Technical Contact: Ulises Salas, Product Specialist 908-464-3550 ext. 2060 or usalas@us.pewg.panasonic.com

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