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Article | August 7, 2012
Microscan Systems: Steel enclosure for vision inspection
Microscan’s IPAK-SE2 Stainless Steel Enclosure for its Visionscape I-PAK machine vision inspection system is designed to meet the specific needs of pharmaceutical manufacturers, and features a new, sleek, and compact box with a larger touch screen display and a more capable PC for easy operability and efficiency.
The updated I-PAK-SE2 features a high-speed 19-in. industrial touchscreen PC, which places all controls at the fingertips of the operators. The IP65-rated protective enclosure ensures that the system is dustproof and suitable for washdown environments.
Manufacturers can choose a fixed shelf-mount version, or a floor-stand option, which fits into a small space in any location. The Visionscape I-PAK is for use in a range of packaging applications such as checking the print quality and readability of date/lot codes, National Drug Codes (NDC), or other human-readable marks.
Allows manufacturers to inspect codes on labels, cartons, inserts/outserts, or directly marked on products, as well as decode and verify the quality of linear bar codes, GS1 Data-bar (RSS) and Data Matrix 2D codes.
The complete kit includes the stainless-steel enclosure, I-PAK machine vision software, Visionscape board, and camera breakout cable for connecting up to four cameras.
The third generation of the Visionscape I-PAK turnkey inspection system is designed for pharmaceutical and other packaging applications requiring inspection, data and lot verification, and more. This series is compliant with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA’s) Part 11 of Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) regarding electronic records and electronic signatures, and comparable EU standards.
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