Code, the advanced, image-based barcode reader solutions provider, has released the Code Reader 6000 (CR6000), an industrial grade direct part mark (DPM) reader that enhances data collection with the latest advancements in barcode reading.
The CR6000 employs Code's latest imaging technology to achieve consistent first pass read rates of dot peen and laser-etched barcodes, regardless of surface type. Combining advanced illumination control and patented anti-glare technology with a propriety decoding platform, the CR6000 excels in reading low-contrast, hard to read barcodes, even those that are damaged by every day wear and tear.
"The CR6000 is an extraordinary opportunity for Code to create a more efficient approach for manufacturers to monitor their inventory and processes," said Code's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Garrett Russell. "The CR6000 is an important addition to our product line and reflects our commitment to providing barcode reading technology that addresses the data collection challenges in the manufacturing environment."
Beyond manufacturing, the CR6000 provides exceptional performance in environments such as automotive, heavy equipment, aerospace, postal and healthcare barcode reading applications. The robust DPM scanner is optimal for component tracking and assembly lines, and excels at capturing postal barcodes, which are typically red barcodes printed on white backgrounds. The CR6000 packs all of this into a compact form factor that is comfortable for operators without sacrificing the ruggedness needed for these dynamic markets.
Additional product features include: multiple illumination systems and proprietary systems for selecting optimal illumination for reading low contrast marks; durable IP54 rated plastic housing that withstands harsh environments; vibration good read indicator, lanyard hook and more.
Code designs, develops and manufactures automatic identification and data collection devices, accessories and application enablement systems. Code's compact portable products provide 'plug and play' input of data from barcodes and advanced 2D symbols. Cordless systems utilize enhanced Bluetooth® radios. Code provides reading and decoding of all open barcode symbologies. While committed to open symbology support, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode® symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in Salt Lake City. For more information, go to www.codecorp.com.