Using the label coordinates detected by the overview camera, the mirror is steered to the label to be read with millimetre precision so that the ADOMO camera can capture the label with the highest resolution.
On the one hand, the system is equipped with a 5-Megapixel overview camera which detects the label on the packaging units and to determine its coordinates.
Furthermore, the system is equipped with an ADOMO® mirror deflection unit, which also includes a 5-Megapixel camera.
the label coordinates detected by the overview camera, the mirror is steered to the label to be read with millimetre precision so that the ADOMO camera can capture the label with the highest resolution.
Using the database the number of labels, code contents, formats and structures are allocated for all possible suppliers and are subjected to an additional plausibility check.
Packaging units can be positioned anywhere on the reading surface. The overview camera not only recognises how many labels there are in which position and – based on fingerprints – a supplier pre-selection takes place at this stage of the process.
While the database is being searched for matching suppliers, the label position coordinates are transferred to the ADOMO system’s mirror deflection unit, which captures the label in the highest resolution and transmits it to the computer for decoding.
All this take place within approx. 1 second.
The read data are transmitted to the connected label printer and/or via the data interface, e.g. to SAP, in any choice of format.
After After applying the customer-specific label, the contents of the labels can – for additional security – be checked against the suppliers’ labels in a further reading process.
All reading processes are saved in a data base along with the date, the time and photos of the label.