Ensure that your barcodes meet industry standards and are compliant with UID regulations with barcode verification. The right barcode verifier will save you time and give you confidence in your bar-coded product. The only way you
can be sure your codes meet industry standards and are printing and scanning successfully is to use a barcode verifier that conforms to industry standards.
Barcode verification (also referred to as barcode grading) is the process of grading the quality of 1D, 2D, and direct part mark (DPM) codes. An increasing number of regulated industries require barcode verification because verification helps confirm that a code being produced will be accepted anywhere, by any barcode reader. Barcode verification is the only way to formally assign a grade to a barcode, typically expressed as a letter grade (A through F) or a numerical equivalent (4 to 0). Typically, a barcode with a grade of C or better is considered a passing code and 100% scannable.
Webscan barcode verifiers (also known as barcode graders) use high-quality optics, advanced algorithms, and simple software to reliably demonstrate compliance to industry-standard guidelines like UID or MIL-STD-130.
- Accurate results using MIL-STD 130
- Meet UID barcode requirements
- Verify 1D, 2D, and DPM barcodes
- Printable and exportable reports
- Failing code diagnostic capabilities
To meet the requirements of MIL-STD-130M, MIL-STDN, and more, the data matrix symbol must meet both readability (print quality) and data format requirements. With our UID verifier, the print quality can be met through measurements in accordance with ISO 15415, ISO 29158 (AIM_DPM), or AS9132. UID verification will ensure data is formatted in accordance with ISO 15434 using AI’s, TEI’s, or DI’s.
Webscan UID checkers evaluate data matrix symbols according to any revision of MIL STD 130 (L through N) and all allowable data formats.
The TruCheck FlexHite is specially designed with multiple lighting options to implement the ISO 29158 (AIM-DPM) method for direct part mark verification as well as ordinary labels according to ISO 15415. It also has the ability to adjust the height of the imager head will allow you to verify DPM symbols that are in difficult to reach or recessed locations. For items that are up to 6 inches tall simply place your part under the camera head, and adjust the height with the manual turn-wheel while the software detects the patented laser positioning indicator for perfect focus. For larger items, the TruCheck DPM Tower is ideal.
The TruCheck Omni has an extra-large field of view (up to 6 inches wide). You can select multiple regions within your image so you can verify every barcode on a blister card, or several barcodes on a shipping label all at once. The Omni verifiers the most versatility to handle both your largest and smallest 1D and 2D codes.
The TruCheck Optima’s design is easy to maneuver and ensures that the image is calibrated and in focus. Verify both 1D and 2D symbols with the same hand-held verifier. Several Optima models are available featuring a variety of field of view options. The Optima can handle codes as large as 75mm wide and minimum x-dimensions as small as 6.6mm.
The TruCheck Rover is a fully integrated portable 1D/2D verifier. Featuring 45-degree lighting, rechargeable battery, and touchscreen for verification without any connection to a PC or other host computer.