Axicon 7025-S Barcode Verifier
The Axicon 7025-S verifier is designed for all barcodes where an 8, 10 or 20mil aperture is mandatory (such as GS1-128 and ITF-14), up to 195mm width including quiet zones. The simple to use design reduces user error and eliminates product damage whilst providing the highest level of accuracy achievable for verification.
Traded Pack level (Warehouse) barcodes whether being verified on cartons, labels, corrugated board, shrink wrap film etc plus all pallet labels and linear barcodes of a similar size.
The “S” range of Axicon verifiers has a “Continuous Scan” feature. Just place the verifier over the barcode, press the trigger and slide the verifier over the code – in less than a second you can have results averaged over more than 150 scans of the code at different points in the bar height
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Available DocumentsAxicon 7025-S barcode verifier tech sheet
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