Trusted traceability solutions
In-stock products to enhance your traceability programs now
Traceability is the the practice of maintaining thorough records on the origins and whereabouts of products and raw materials.
It is achieved by scanning printed barcodes, direct part marks (DPMs) or radio frequency identification (RFID) tags throughout the production process and the supply chain. From raw materials supplier to production line to supermarket to customer, the creation and distribution of a particular food item should be as transparent as possible. Food and beverage manufacturers benefit from traceability protocols that can significantly reduce the cost of a recall by isolating tainted items and making it unnecessary to pull large amounts of non-tainted product off the shelves.
The FDA proposed section 204 of the food safety modernization act (FSMA) rule for additional traceability requirements will further escalate the need for using automation technologies that help enable compliance to these new regulations. the white paper below discusses several key trends, challenges and strategies pertaining to traceability that food and beverage manufacturers are experiencing today. the traceability solutions brochure provides an overview of the technologies available to implement or enhance track and trace programs. the core product catalog will help to identify specific products for your application.
MicroHAWK V420 fixed-mount 2D barcode reader
Miniature IP54-rated imager with corner-exit RS-232 serial cable and liquid lens autofocus. Electrostatic pressure to create liquid lens curvature, optimizing the imaging system and providing a near-infinite working range in autofocus applications.
V410-H high resolution handheld barcode reader
Features Omron’s proven X-Mode scanning algorithms providing reliable readability of even the most difficult codes, including direct part marks. The XD model delivers a solution that can read the smallest of barcode symbols. The SR model provides outstanding read range.