Data Matrix Products - Direct Part Mark Data Matrix Reader
Pryor remain the only marking / traceability company in the industry capable of developing, manufacturing and supporting marking, verification and reading systems for direct part mark traceability.
In 2003 Pryor acquired Absolute Vision Ltd, combining Pryor’s extensive knowledge of direct part marked 2D codes with Absolute Visions expertise in industrial vision systems. This unique in-depth engineering expertise allows us to develop the most advanced directly marked Data Matrix readers and verifiers, to adapt our standard products to your needs or to integrate complete traceability solutions.
Powerful Direct Part Mark Data Matrix Reader in a cost effective package
The DataMouse Pro has been developed specifically to read the toughest Data Matrix direct part marks (DPM). The DataMouse ‘on contact’ approach blocks out ambient light and sets the optimum focus. This allows the intelligent multi angle, multi intensity lighting to create the best real-time on-screen image possible for Data Matrix decoding.
The DataMouse™ connects to a PC / Laptop via the USB2.0 connector and requires no external power supply making a laptop connected DataMouse™ a truly portable solution.
Compact, Lightweight & Ergonomic design.
Multi Angle, Multi Intensity Automatic and programmable Lighting
Real-time on-screen video display
Powerful low contrast Data Matrix decode algorithms
USB2.0 PC interface
High Resolution 5 Mega-Pixel CMOS imager, for reading very small codes.
Built-in IUID MIL130-STD syntax checker.
Capable of reading Data Matrix marks applied using various marking methods
Any other high contrast marking or printing methods
The PC software ‘Medusa™ 4’ features a powerful decode engine which allows the decoded information to be modified and transferred in the following ways.
Display on screen with decode history screen
Keyboard Wedge (Simply types the information at the PCs cursor)
Write to file (Append, overwrite or new file every time
Write to Database using ODBC connection string and SQL
Write to RS232 port
Medusa 4 decoding a particularly
challenging mark on an Engine Cam Shaft
Off-Axis Side Lights
Example of DataMouse intelligent lighting on
a shiny surface dot peen mark. Same code is shown with
backlight and also with sidelights.
Medusa decoding a poorly marked dot peen DataMatrix
using diffuse lighting.
Medusa in simple screen, always on top mode decoding
data with prefix information in to Excel using the keyboard
wedge mode. Live on-screen image aids DataMouse
positioning on the part mark.
Medusa decoding a high contrast laser mark.
cMedusa UID checker Checks the data within
a UID Data Matrix conforms to the ISO15434 and MIL-STD-130
Square & Rectangular Format
White on Black and Black on White
Minimum Cell Size: 0.12
Marking Types: Printed Labels and Direct Part Marks
(DPM) including Dot Peen, In Jet, Laser, Electro-chemical
Surface Types :Flat or Cylindrical, Metal, Plastic,
From rough to highly polished
Field of view: 20mm x 20mm
Sensor: 5 Mega-Pixel CMOS
Light Source: LED Diffuse Backlight 0-20 intensity,
4 quadrant, 3 row side lighting 0-20 intensity.
Camera/Light unit size: Height 70mm, Diameter 70mm
Enclosure Type: Impact Resistant polypropylene
Weight: 100 grams
Cable Length: 1.9m
Signal Interface: USB 2.0 User Interface Medusa
4, including real-time video image
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP, Vista
PC Specification: Pentium III or above. 1Gb RAM