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Simple like a sensor

  • Freely definable data output via Ethernet/IP or ProfiNet
  • Easy setting by teaching using one button, or by using the ifm Vision Assistant
  • Detection of different codes in one image
  • Detects codes on various backgrounds without any difficulty
  • Data migration via ifm memory stick

Ready for use within a few seconds

One highlight: At the touch of a button, the sensor automatically does the focussing, exposure setting and code type recognition.
Among others, applications with a bar code or 2D code per image can be set quickly via teach button. This saves time and costs.
The preset device configuration can be changed by means of a user-friendly smartphone app.

Teaching via one button and configuration via smartphone app

The O2I teach app is used to generate a DataMatrix code on the smartphone display. Just hold it in the field of view of the multicode reader and the configuration is automatically applied. Available for iOS, Android and Windows.

For complex requirements: the ifm Vision Assistant

For complex identification tasks, the multicode reader can easily be configured using the award-winning Vision Assistant software. The live image and extensive visualisation of all settings provide an optimum overview.

Several codes, one image

The auto-find code function of the Vision Assistant automatically recognises several different codes in one image. The user can easily assign these codes in the Vision Assistant.

Unique – the sequential control

Visualises all configurations of the image and code settings in the Vision Assistant. This quickly gives you a comprehensive overview of the whole application. In addition, the logic and interface function allows easy programming of the sensor output.

Optimum contrast by means of a polarisation filter

The integrated optional illumination with polarisation filter ensures sufficient contrasts to reliably read codes even in case of shiny surfaces such as metal.

One code, changing background

Several images can be captured very quickly with a different exposure time to recognise codes with variable surface characteristics or deviating colour or ambient light.

Operating distance to field of view size and corresponding versions