DS4800: a flexible laser scanner for industrial applications

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Datalogic introduces the new DS4800, flexible and compact laser scanner for industrial applications satisfying all main identification needs of your manufacturing plants.

Datalogic has announced the availability of the new DS4800 compact laser scanner. This new addition extends the current offer for the manufacturing market and provides an extraordinary flexibility in main industrial applications.

DS4800 features an excellent reading performance satisfying all main identification needs of your plant, especially in Shop Floor and Warehousing applications. Smart focus adjusting and DIGITECH technology improve reading rate on low contrast bar codes, while ACR4 reconstruction algorithm enhances reading performance and max tilt angle on damaged labels.

Installation and maintenance are easier than ever thanks to the innovative X-PRESS interface. Status and diagnostic information are clearly shown through the 5-LED bar-graph, while multi-function push button enables all relevant activities such as bar code verification (Test mode), automatic code setting (AutoLearn) and self-optimization of reading performance (AutoSetup).

Additionally, DS4800 is easily programmed through the multi-language Genius configuration sw. Thanks to the wizard approach and graphic add-ons, the scanner set-up is rapidly accomplished.

DS4800 is equipped with the embedded high-speed ID-NET communication interface. This technology allows efficient data collection without external multiplexer providing overall cost reduction and simplifying network wiring.

Extended fieldbus connectivity is available through a complete range of modular connection boxes.

The rugged full metal construction, IP65 protection, max operative temperature of 50C (122 F) and total immunity against ambient light make DS4800 the suitable product for main industrial applications.

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