Microscan launches trade-up program for barcode verifiers in the Americas region

Updating verification equipment to the latest Microscan technology aims to help users ensure compliance, deliver improved barcode quality, and maximize return on investment.

 

Microscan, a supplier of barcode, machine vision, verification, and lighting technology, launched a trade-up program for its LVS-9510, LVS-9570, and LVS-9580 verifiers in the Americas Region (North America, Central America, and South America). Any ISO, AIM, or GS1-compliant verifier in good working order is eligible for this trade-up program. The program takes place from April 10 to Aug. 31, 2017. During this time, Microscan will offer a $500 cash rebate on any Microscan LVS-9510, LVS-9570, or LVS-9580 verifier for each eligible verification device returned to Microscan.

Verification measures the quality of a 1D barcode or 2D symbol according to quality guidelines determined by various standards organizations. Microscan’s barcode verifiers are embedded off-line solutions that include camera, software, and precision illumination specifically designed for the verification of 1D/2D codes and direct part marks (DPM) to ISO/IEC standards.

Microscan’s verifiers are fully integrated solutions designed for accurate, reliable verification to application standards such as GS1, HIBCC, MIL-STD-130N, ISO/IEC TR 29158, and ISO/IEC 15415/15416. This program will lower the threshold for users to upgrade their verification equipment to the latest standards, to ensure compliance, and to manage symbol quality with Microscan’s verification and inspection technology.

The LVS-9510 is ideal for stationary desktop verification, the LVS-9570 is designed for verification of larger 1D and 2D symbols, and the LVS-9580 offers complete mobility in an ergonomic handheld design. LVS-95XX-series verification software grades symbols against GS1 and ISO/IEC barcode quality standards, and offers detailed analytical tools for verification, reporting, and quality diagnostics. All LVS-95XX-series verifiers are 21 CFR Part 11 compliance-ready.

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