The DataMan 8072 series barcode verifier is packed with powerful lighting options, robust grading algorithms, a high-speed processing engine, and a high-resolution camera to capture and grade the most difficult direct part mark (DPM) codes. Combined with simple DataMan Setup Tool software, DataMan 8072 series verifiers deliver detailed, repeatable results.
Multiple options for verifying codes on every surface
DataMan 8072 verifier is the only verifier with all three, 30/45/90-degree, lighting angle options specified in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) AIM DPM Quality Guideline (ISO/IEC TR 29158). It easily illuminates codes on textured, curved, and even highly reflective surfaces, reliably capturing and grading code images to demonstrate code quality compliance.
Fast, accurate algorithms provide reliable and repeatable results
High-speed location and decoding capabilities combined with robust grading algorithms provide fast, accurate, and repeatable results. Detailed reports show whether codes meet industry standards and can be used to demonstrate compliance, as well as pinpoint printing and process control issues.
Easy-to-maneuver compact design and rugged housing for greater mobility
The DataMan 8072 series verifier has an ergonomic, handheld scanner-like design that is easy to maneuver. A small imaging head gives users better access to codes in recessed or hard-to-reach locations. The DataMan 8072 verifier is the only verifier on the market with an IP65 rating and rugged housing to withstand even the harshest factory floor environments.
|DataMan 8072V||DataMan 8072V HD|
|Symbologies||Data Matrix, QR code|
|Field of View||27 x 20 mm||17×13 mm|
|Minimum X-Dimension||6.0 mil||3.5 mil|
|Image Sensor||1.2 MP|
|Lighting||30-, 45-, and 90-degree options|
|Lighting Type||660 nm red LED|
|Communications||USB and Ethernet|
|Power Consumption||USB: 6V and 1.0A
Ethernet: PoE Class 2 power supply
|Weight||572 g without cable|
|Dimensions||106 mm x 189 mm x 189 mm|
|Approvals (CE, UL, FCC)||CE Certified|
|Industry Standards Compliance||ISO/IEC 15415, TR-29158 (AIM DPM)
Calibration card included.*
|Application Standards||GS1, MIL-STD 130 UID, UDI, HIBCC, ISO 15434|
|ESD Standards Compliance||None|
|Software Interface||DataMan Setup Tool|
*A basic calibration card with a Data Matrix symbol is included with the DataMan 8072 verifier. A calibration card with conformance symbols is available to purchase separately. The industry will dictate the type of calibration card needed. Cards expire two years from the issue date.
DataMan 8072 series verifiers are packed with the latest technology and software to grade even the most difficult codes quickly and reliably. High-speed location and decoding capabilities combined with robust grading algorithms provide fast, accurate, and repeatable results.
The DataMan Setup Tool calculates an overall grade based on several quality parameters such as symbol contrast, modulation, pattern damage, decodability, and more. Detailed results show whether codes meet industry standards and auto-generated reports can be used to demonstrate compliance, as well as help pinpoint printing and process control issues.
An optional stand accessory with adjustable height provides added flexibility when working with oddly shaped parts.
A removable standoff accessory ensures a fixed working distance so the verifier remains in focus.
A basic calibration card with a Data Matrix symbol is included with the DataMan 8072 verifier. A calibration card with conformance symbols is available to purchase separately. The industry will dictate the type of calibration card needed. Cards expire two years from the issue date.
In a barcode’s chain of data, there is the potential for many breaks—whether due to incorrectly formatted data, print quality issues, or underperforming readers. Many industries are experiencing surging demand for code quality control. Below are some verification application examples.
Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices
The Unique Device Identification (UDI) initiative through 2020 requires every manufacturer that produces a reusable or reprocessed device (surgical instruments, operating room accessories, implants) to place a DPM code on the device.
Food and Beverage
Growing concern over quality, health, and disease means tracking products more diligently from farm to table. While not immediately imminent, forthcoming barcode regulations are predicted.
The miniaturization of electronics parts, a global supply chain, and risk of part failures requires using DPM codes that are well marked at the supplier location and can be read at final assembly.
Retailer requirements, potential chargebacks, and consumer satisfaction necessitate label-based barcode quality assurance for sorting and shipping.