Features

To optimize the pick and pack process in very large warehouse environments, the routing conveyor system may not be the most efficient way to route products for picking and packing. An emerging technology that has seen adoption in AGVs navigate around the warehouse by reading 2D codes that are laid out in a grid on the warehouse floor with the barcode readers mounted on the bottom of the AGVs. However, codes on the floor can be worn down and smudged through traffic which can present problems for the automated guided vehicles. The process of decoding a barcode and moving through the warehouse must be fast and accurate to keep the AGVs moving smoothly without crashing into each other as well as keep the pick process efficient. Spending time dealing with no reads or mis-reads by the automated guided vehicles not only reduces efficiency, it costs time and money. With thousands or up to ten thousands of codes on the floor, it can be hard to track which ones are wearing down and could cause issues. NaviCode and MIR8N reader are designed to solve these issues, with its advanced algorithms and decoding technology, fully symmetric and robust symbology, high error-correction capability ensure high read rates, even with smudged or damaged codes.

  • Fully symmetric symbology - fast localization, to accelerate decoding process and enhance robustness, no any existing 2D symbology are fully symmetric.
  • High error-correction capability to enhance robustness. Data region is protected with ECC capability as high as~46% damage correction, comparing to that of QR/DM ~30% and of Amazon code ~0%.
  • 4-bulleye symbology - higher precision of navigation info, specifically, symbol’s position & camera’s inclination angles & orientation angle.
  • Data security - 4 copies of ECC protected format info to support, in worst case, only single bulleye decoding, and data can be encrypted with user-specified keys.
  • Additional information returned by MIR8N NaviCode Reader, the axial inclination angle of the optical axis of the camera relative to the center of the symbol in both X and Y direction, symbol's horizontal rotation angle, the X and Y axis position of the symbol center in the image, the damage ratio of the symbol read, the proportion of symbol in focus, decoding time.
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Tech Specs

System Architecture

Dimensions (WxHxL)
MIR8N reader: 52 W x 66 L x 21.2 H mm
- 131 x 182 x 95 mm - - - - - 56 mm x 69 mm x 28 mm 11.5 W x 7 H x 18 L cm 162mm*76mm*13.6mm Device on cradle: 120.0 x 137.0 x 204.4 mm / Device: 120.0 x 83.0 x 196.7 mm / Cradle: 119.9 x 136.9 x 92.1 mm MIR8N - 52 W x 66 L x 21.2 H mm - - - - 253.8*146*16.5mm - - - - 283.4mm x 192.0mm x 21.9mm [13.72" x 7.56" x 0.86"] - - - - - - - 252 x 238.15 x 71.5 mm - - - - -

Specifications

Light Source
White light LED x 6
- - - 632±5nm Red LED - White light LED - White light LED - - - White light LED x 6 - - 632±5nm Red LED - - - 625±5nm Red LED RED LED/ IR 632±5nm Red LED - - - - - - 632±5nm Red LED - - 625±5nm Red LED - 660nm Red LED 660nm Red LED 660nm Red LED

Electrical Characteristics

Interface Power
1.5m USB , VCOM or UART 5V/0.5A
- - - RS-232, USB (HID, Virtual COM) TTL/KBW/RS232/USB RS232, USB (HID, Virtual COM) - - USB or RS-232 wired cable - a USB or RS-232 wired cable to a host 1.5m USB , VCOM or UART - - Module only: UART/USB (HID, Virtual COM) Module with interface board: RS232/USB/KBW - - - RS-232, USB (HID, Virtual COM) TTL/KBW/RS232/USB Module only: UART/USB (HID, Virtual COM) Module with interface board: RS232/USB(HID, Virtual COM) - - - - - - RS-232, USB (HID, Virtual COM) TTL/KBW/RS232/USB USBx3,HDMIx1,RS232x1,LANx1(for Ethernet or PoE),GPIO x 2 (2-pin signal output, 2-pin power output) RS-232, USB (HID, Virtual COM) TTL/KBW/RS232/USB - - - - - - DC 5V - - - - - - - 5V/0.5A - - DC 5V - - - DC 5V - DC 5V - - - - - - DC 5V - - DC 5V - - - -

Performance

Field of view
80°x 57°(W x L)
- - - - - - - - Horizontal 52°, Vertical 30° - Horizontal 52°, Vertical 30° - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Tools and SDK

SDK
SDK Developer Document is available
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Datasheet
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