The Axicon 6515 barcode verifier is designed to verify linear barcodes with a maximum width, including quiet zones, of 125 mm. This means it can be used to check all GS1 symbols used at the retail point-of-sale (EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-A and UPC-E, GS1 Databar), those used on outer cases (EAN-13, ITF-14, and GS1-128), and on logistics labels (GS1-128). For anyone printing barcode labels using a 100 mm (4 inch) wide printhead, this verifier is perfect.
It cannot be used to check 100% sized ITF-14 symbols, or A5 sized logistics labels printed using a 150 mm (6 inch) wide printhead.
Features & Benefits
ISO/IEC verification with ANSI option, traditional verification, symbology auto-discrimination, automatic variable aperture, scan saving and loading, static reflectance meter, display of x-dimension and magnification, individual bar and space dimensional analysis. Product look-up option and other software plugins are available to validate data content of codes such as PZN, CIP, ISBN, ISSN.
A CCD imager-based linear barcode verifier, designed to be ISO/IEC compliant. Aperture automatically switchable between aperture reference numbers 05, 06, 10 and 20. Scan width 125mm (including quiet zones). Wavelength of light 660 nm. Weight: 180g. Size: 145 x 113 x 128 mm.
USB or RS232 (optional)
Designed to function with a PC running any currently supported version of Microsoft Windows, or the Axicon PV-1000 portable display unit.
The verifier is supplied as the verifier read- head, its data cable, a CD with the Axicon verifier software (in several languages), a quick start guide, a calibration card and compliance certificates in a protective carry case.
About the Manufacturer: Axicon Auto ID is a world leader in barcode verification, having developed and manufactured our own verifiers since 1989. Axicon barcode verifiers are used across the globe and are fully compliant with the international ISO/IEC standards for both linear and matrix bar codes. These verifiers are used to measure the quality of printed barcodes, on all levels of product packaging.
Can I send analysis data to a PC?
Yes, we suggest you look at the Verifier Computer Interface Report. This allows downloading to your computer the inspection report, Scan Reflectance Profile, and generation of an Excel spreadsheet of multiple bar codes..
Do I need to inspect every barcode I print?
This depends on your agreements with your customers. In most cases a statistical sampling is sufficient. The frequency of the sample depends on many variables such as; print method, typical overall scan grade, potential variation in the printing system, size of the barcode, etc.
Do the barcodes have to have black bars?
No, you can use different colors. The key is to ensure that the contrast between the bars and the spaces is sufficient
Does a Laser Inspector or D4000 w/laser provide a “letter grade”?
No – not in respect to the situation where the letter grade means the ANSI/ISO Overall Symbol grade.
The laser modes for RJS portable verifiers provide traditional types of analyses. They do however include one of the ANSI/ISO parameters called Decodability (“d/bility” shown on the LCD) and this is displayed as a calculation value and a letter grade. This is one of the parameters that create an overall symbol grade and is useful for checking bar and space print accuracy in conjunction with the avg. bar deviation calculation. The D4000 Auto Optic is the correct unit if you need a full ISO/ANSI barcode verifier.
What is a 1D barcode and a 2D barcode?
- 1D is a category of barcodes with vertical black lines.
- Also known as linear barcodes.
- There are several fonts / languages of 1D barcodes.
- The longer the data, the longer the barcode becomes.
- 1D barcode is generally good for 8-15 characters.
- 1D and 2D barcode scanners can read 1D barcodes.
- Some popular 1D barcodes are: UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8, Code 39, & Code 128.
- 2D is a category of barcodes. Usually square or rectangle shaped with black pixels inside.
- Can store up to 2,000 characters. (200% increase over 1D barcodes)
- There are several fonts / languages of 2D barcodes.
- Can only be read with 2d imaging scanners.
- Some popular 2D barcodes are: QR code, PDF417, & Datamatrix.
What is a high density scanner/imager?
Some devices can be equipped with a high density scanner or imager which will allow superior barcode scanning performance on very small linear barcodes (3 mil or 0.003"), plus the versatility to read other common linear symbologies
What is the difference between the “Scan Grade” and the “Overall Symbol Grade?”
The Scan Grade is the result of a single inspection scan of the bar code symbol. The Overall Symbol Grade is an average of each individual Scan Grade. ISO/ANSI require a 10 scan average throughout the height of the symbol.
What is verification?
A standardized method for determined the quality of a barcode
What model portable verifier shall I use to analyze large direct marked barcodes on corrugated media?
The recommended model is D4000 Auto Optic scan head. The patented scan head includes a 20 mil aperture choice to meet industry standards. Additionally, the scanner’s size and feel makes it easy to scan corrugated material.
What model portable verifier should I use to analyze barcodes printed on a thermal or thermal transfer printer?
The recommended model is Inspector D4000 Auto Optic. This is the most economical ISO/ANSI verifier in the product line and will check all thermal printer failures. The particular failure that needs the ISO/ANSI/ method to detect is a failed print head element that causes a white stripe inside a bar of the barcode. This results in a low Overall Symbol Grade (C or less) due to a low Defects calculation.
Why should I verify my barcodes?
In order to prevent product rejection and possible fines you need to inspect your bar codes to ensure compliance with the ISO standards.
Do you guys carry more products?
Yes! We are always trying to add more products from other popular manufacturers like Zebra, Brother, Sato, Motorola, and much more. In the mean time, please contact us for any questions, information, or pricing on a product not listed on this website.
Do you offer bulk discounts?
Yes, please contact us directly about bulk discounts on hardware, labels, ribbons, or software.
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