code reader

code reader

[′kōd ‚rēd·ər]
(computer science)
A scanning device used for automated identification of a two-dimensional pattern, one part after the other, and generation of either analog or digital signals that correspond to the pattern. Also known as code scanner.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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For reliable detection of 1D, 2D, stacked codes and plain text, the new high-performance Lector621 compact image-based code reader for direct part mark decoding reads laser or dot-peened codes easily, even in the case of low contrast levels, contamination or poor code quality.
"When we set out to develop our barcode and QR code reader software, it was to read codes that were blurry or difficult to read on product packages.
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A compact, economical stationary barcode imager, MAC335 universal code reader is designed to read the most common 1D and 2D code symbols.
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You use the camera to capture an image of the QR code, and once captured, it releases its stored information to the smart device via a QR code reader application.
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However, in preparation for this month's cover story, I downloaded a 2D bar code reader for my Android smartphone.
WITT has further improved its established Oxybaby 6.0 handheld gas analyser with the addition of a Bluetooth interface and a built-in bar code reader. Companies involved in the modified atmosphere packaging of foods can now perform quality control checks that are 100% mobile.