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CLV640, CLV642

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CLV640 Variations

  • CLV640 Standard Density
  • CLV642 High Density

Product description

The CLV64x bar code scanners offer dynamic focus adjustment extending the range of the scanner for those applications where fixed focus comes up short but auto focus is outside the budget. Newly improved SMART algorithms in the CLV64x are superior when reading damaged and tilted codes. Combine single line, raster, oscillating mirror, high density and low contrast variants with exceptional reading performance and flexible data handling capabilities, and you have all the ingredients for solving high-performance applications in the material handling and logistics markets. Variants include line, raster, side reading window and oscillating mirror versions; available with Ethernet.

At a glance

  • Dynamic focus adjustment enables extended depth of field
  • Integrated pushbuttons for auto setup and reading diagnostics
  • CAN, Ethernet TCP/IP, and EtherNet/ IP available on board, no additional gateway needed (depending on variant)
  • Enhanced SMART code reconstruction technology
  • Flexible sorting, filtering, and logical functions
  • Advanced, easy-to-use SOPAS configuration software
  • Integrated LED bar graph
  • Advanced remote diagnostics and network monitoring capabilities available over Ethernet

Your benefits

  • Economical, as only one CLV64x is required for all focus positions
  • Intelligent auto setup and multi-function pushbuttons save time during commissioning
  • Teach-in of match code possible via the pushbuttons
  • Easily execute firmware updates using the SD memory card: no need for a PC
  • No supplementary Ethernet gateway required with Ethernet models – lowers costs
  • Enhanced SMART technology reads damaged and partially obscured codes, increasing read rates
  • Increased scanner intelligence enables sophisticated configuration of logical operations, reducing the control system programming effort. Data is then delivered in the desired format
  • Real-time decoding at very high speeds