Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode, machine vision, verification, and lighting solutions, will demonstrate LVS barcode verification and print quality inspection solutions at the UDI Conference to be held from April 18-19 at Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.
Microscan has acquired verification systems innovator Label Vision Systems (LVS) in August last year.
Microscan’s technology portfolio now includes a comprehensive suite of all-in-one, standards-based verification products to ensure barcode structure compliance and print quality on device labels.
Microscan off-line barcode verifiers enable users to test newly-designed labels for quality and compliance issues before printing, while Microscan in-line verification systems can be integrated into manufacturing lines and printers to check label quality on the fly during label application.
In off-line testing, LVS Barcode Verifiers parse and evaluate codes for data structure accuracy, applying the appropriate GS1, HIBCC, or ICCBBA specification tables for the selected device class and application and highlighting problem areas or missing elements in code structure that cause noncompliance. These verification solutions address the growing need for compliance to the FDA’s Unique Device Identification (UDI) rule, as well as other regulated barcoding and product serialization standards.
At this year’s UDI Conference, Microscan will showcase solutions to ensure compliance with the UDI rule, including the latest LVS verifiers, the most trusted brand for barcode verification and label inspection. Demonstrations will be provided using LVS-95XX Software, a consistent software environment that is scalable across the range of LVS Barcode Verifiers: the LVS-9510 Barcode Verifier for stationary desktop verification, and both the LVS-9570 and LVS-9580 Handheld Barcode Verifiers for complete mobility in an ergonomic design.
Visitors can observe how verification software grades codes against GS1, ISO/IEC, and other barcode quality standards and offers detailed analytical tools for verification, reporting, and diagnosing quality issues to enable independent problem-solving.
In addition to LVS verifiers, Microscan will demonstrate the Microscan DPM Verifier for ensuring compliance of direct part marks (DPM) – codes permanently abraded to device surfaces (required for Class III devices by September 24, 2016).