Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode, machine vision, verification and lighting solutions, has announced that it will demonstrate LVS label verification and print quality inspection solutions from at INFO*FLEX 2017, to be held on May 1 and 2, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ.
The LVS-7000 is a vision-based system designed for ISO/IEC barcode verification of 1D and 2D symbols, optical character recognition (OCR), optical character verification (OCV), master-to-label comparison (blemish detection), barcode health check, and Delta E measurement.
Visitors will learn how Microscan products ensure standards compliance with one click, verify print quality in real time, and integrate into printing equipment to prevent labeling errors at the source, a company release said.
Microscan barcode verifiers provide a consistent software environment that is scalable across several product configurations. The LVS-9510 Barcode Verifier for stationary desktop verification and the LVS-9580 Handheld Barcode Verifier for complete mobility in an ergonomic handheld design will both be on display.
Microscan’s barcode verification software grades symbols against GS1 and ISO/IEC barcode quality standards and offers detailed analytical tools for verification, reporting, and diagnosing quality issues to enable independent problem-solving. All barcode verifiers are 21 CFR Part 11 compliance-ready.
The LVS-7510 Print Quality Inspection System, which integrates LVS machine vision components seamlessly into the print heads of some of the most popular brands of thermal transfer printers, will also be on display. With the LVS-7510 Print Quality Inspection System, Microscan is the only company to offer a fully-integrated and real-time print and inspection solution for thermal printed labels.
Microscan’s suite of barcode verifiers and print quality inspection systems provide both in-line and off-line verification of symbols and text printed on labels and packaging. Verifiers identify problems with readability and instances of nonconformity as codes are printed, allowing manufacturers to address printing or formatting issues before incurring fines or scrapping product.
Microscan off-line verifiers enable users to test newly-designed labels for quality and compliance issues before printing, while Microscan in-line verification systems are configurable into manufacturing lines and printers to check label accuracy on the fly during label application. These verification solutions address the growing need for compliance to the FDA’s Unique Device Identification (UDI) initiative, as well as other regulated barcoding and product serialization standards.