LVS 7500 Series
Ensure the accuracy and integrity of the data printed on each label with the LVS – 7500 ®, which helps you to identify defects such as missing, erroneous or illegible information in real time due to lag problems in character printing.
The LVS 7500 uses thermal printer vision technology which 100% inspects labels including 1D / 2D bar codes according to ISO / IEC / ANSI standards, detects and validates texts and images (OCR, OVC).
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The LVS-7500 offers 100% print quality inspection and ISO verification of 1D and 2D barcodes for thermal and thermal transfer printers. LVS-7500 features
• Barcode Validation (Reading of 1D and 2D codes)
• Barcode Verification (Grading of 1D and 2D codes to ISO/IEC Standards)
• Master-to-Label Comparison (Blemish Detection)
• Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
• Optical Character Verification (OCV)
• Number Validation
• Data and Code Matching
The LVS-7500 software is highly configurable through settings in an integrated configuration editor. Two operation modes are available: Design mode and Production mode.
The reason for the different modes is to support the segregation of duties and provide a productive and secure environment for label production and validation. The option of using one LVS-7500 system for Design and Production and switching modes is available; this dual mode system would require a specific software license before the functionality is enabled. In dual mode, there is separation of duties with the ability to switch between Design and Production modes within the LVS-7500 software. Design and Production mode units are normally separate physical systems. The primary difference between the two modes is that job templates are created in Design mode only. The job templates are then imported and become executable jobs in Production mode. Highlights of each mode are listed below.