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Lector 650

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The LECTOR®65x provides maximum performance and optimum throughput in logistics and factory automation. With a frame repetition rate of 40 Hz and real-time decoding, the LECTOR®65x can reliably identify 1D, 2D and directly marked codes at the highest possible speed. Combined with dynamic focus, maximum flexibility in code positioning, object height and transport speed is achieved. The intuitive device reduces the amount of work required for training and installation. Thanks to SICK's IDpro technology, the LECTOR®65x can be integrated into numerous industrial networks.


  • 2/4 megapixel resolution; high frame repetition rate of 40 Hz
  • Dynamic focus adjustment from object to object
  • Integrated high-power LED illumination
  • Function button, aiming laser, optical and acoustic feedback signal
  • Intelligent, rapid decoding algorithms
  • MicroSD memory card for storing images and back-up copies of parameters
  • Highly flexible code position, object height, and transport speed due to a large field of view and dynamic focus
  • Cost-effective, straightforward, modular integration of multiple devices adapted to the width of the conveyor belt
  • Minimum training and installation work due to intuitive device equipment that includes function buttons, auto setup, integrated illumination, an aiming laser, an acoustic feedback signal, and a green feedback LED
  • Intelligent decoding algorithms ensure maximum reading performance and high package throughput, even with codes that are difficult to read
  • SICK ID pro platform facilitates quick and easy integration into numerous industrial networks


  • Presentation camera for manual package sorting
  • Material handling in automated sorting systems used by courier, express, postal service providers and in retail
  • Tire identification
  • Aggregation of food and pharmaceutical packaging
  • Identification of codes and tracking serial numbers and manufacturing dates in pharmaceutical distribution applications