SICK CLV6 series laser barcode scanners
SICK’s CLV6 series laser barcode scanners are suitable for use in food production processes where hygiene is crucial, including wet areas. Their tough, stainless steel housings have an IP69K rating and can withstand harsh conditions.
The stainless steel housings are resistant to chemicals and corrosion, as well as being fully leakproof. The design includes a low level of surface roughness; smooth, rounded edges; and special housing and fastener shapes, meaning no residues can form on the outside of the scanners.
An additional double sheath protects the cable entry points and plugs. Even sudden reductions in temperature do not affect the scanners.
The CLV61x, CLV63x and CLV65x product families are fitted with heaters and the CLV69x models have a heated front screen. The devices can operate without problems at average temperatures of -25°C. When a scanner is exposed to constantly changing temperatures, the front screen heater prevents the reading window from misting up.
Their reading performance makes the barcode scanners with integrated heaters suitable for use in frozen food production processes. They have a good depth of field, which is further increased in the CLV65x and CLV69x model ranges by a real-time autofocus function.
Because of the scanners’ wide aperture angle, one device can cover the majority of conveyor belt width. Their reading properties and a fast reading rate help to ensure that the data is safely captured, even when the print quality of the barcodes is poor, the codes are damaged or films or other reflective surfaces have been applied over the top of them. Their high scanning frequencies of up to 1200 Hz allow for fast processor speeds.
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