DataScan Systems Limited have launched a new product line called VeriBox, which is the first product range designed and built at the company.
Paul Mason explains, This is a verification system which validates the barcode which has been applied to products, and is being manufactured in response to the common problem of products being incorrectly labelled. The VeriBox is designed primarily for the food and health industry who have to ensure that all labelling is correct.
The VeriBox is a breakthrough in production line product validation. Developed specifically for high-speed production lines, the VeriBox can check the labelling of each individual product directly after the labelling process without slowing line speeds or adding an extra step. From paper labels to printed products, the VeriBox checks that each barcode conforms to the planned production batch and instantly detects miss-applied or incorrect labels at source.
Depending on your requirements, DataScan have developed a VeriBox to suit. The compact VB500 is a basic wrong-read validation system. Simply teach the VB500 and it will stop the line the instant should it detect a wrong code.
For some applications just detecting a wrong code is not sufficient. The VB1000 distinguishes between a no-read and a wrong-read, this systems enables the customer to decide what action, ranging from latched error to automatic reject mechanism (no-reads only) should be taken.
Finally for large multi-line production plants the VB3000 has been developed. In addition to all the functionality of the VB500 and VB1000, the VB3000 offers an advanced remote teach mode interface. Using a remote host network the VB3000 can be taught with no manual intervention required. This system also enables several VeriBoxes on separate lines to be taught different codes remotely. Alternatively the VB3000 can be taught using a cordless hand held barcode scanner.
With seamless integration with both new and existing facilities, the VeriBox will make your customers receiving rogue, misapplied and damaged labels is a thing of the past.