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Sick CLV630 Barcode Scanners

Product Details

The CLV63x series of bar code scanners are compact, powerful tools satisfying the needs of a wide range of applications and industries. Newly improved SMART algorithms in the CLV63x are superior when reading damaged and tilted codes. In addition, pushbuttons on the CLV63x and above allow for quick bar code setup without using a computer. Match code teach-in and diagnostic triggering are also possible. In addition to the LED bar graph, the CLV63x has other LED indicators on its body that show communication and scanner performance. The microSD memory card slot allows users to easily clone scanner parameters. Variants include line, raster, side reading window and oscillating mirror versions; available with Ethernet.

Product Features & Benefits

  • At a glance
    • Integrated function buttons, e. g., for starting auto setup or reading quality evaluation
    • Integrated LED bar graph
    • CAN, Ethernet TCP/IP, PROFINET, and EtherNet/IP on board. No additional Ethernet gateway required (for “Ethernet” connection
    • Enhanced SMART code reconstruction technology
    • Flexible sorting, filtering, and logical functions
    • Advanced, easy-to-use SOPAS configuration software
    • High scanning frequency of up to 1,200 Hz
    • Advanced remote diagnostics and network monitoring capabilities available over Ethernet
  • Your benefits
    • Intelligent auto setup and multi-function pushbuttons save time during commissioning
    • Easily execute firmware updates using the microSD memory card: no need for a PC
    • Enhanced SMART technology reads damaged and partially obscured codes, increasing read rates
    • Increased scanner intelligence enables sophisticated configuration of logical operations, reducing the control system programming effort. Data is then delivered in the desired format
    • Real-time code identification even at very high conveyor speeds
    • Increased scanning reliability due to high-performance computing power and high scanning frequency
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