Webscan TruCheck Optima
The TruCheck Optima handheld verifier works with all your 1D and 2D barcode symbols. With its integrated illumination, compact size, and three-inch-wide field-of-view, the TruCheck Optima is easy to move across a web of labels, single code, or object.
Webscan TruCheck Omni
The TruCheck Omni™ has an extra-large field of view (up to 6 inches wide) and super high resolution. You can select multiple regions within your image to verify every barcode on a blister card or several barcodes on a shipping label all at once.
Webscan TruCheck Rover
The TruCheck Rover provides complete verification in a portable device using integrated lighting, a rechargeable battery, and touchscreen. ISO compliant 1D, 2D, and DPM verification and diagnostic tools without any connection to a PC or other host computer.
Webscan TruCheck FlexHite DPM
The TruCheck FlexHiteTM DPM provides a choice of 45-degree lighting for ISO 15415 or AIM DPM-2006/ISO TR 29158 (45, 30 or 90), making it perfect for virtually any direct part marking application, including dot-peen and laser-etched UID and UDI symbols.
The adjustable height of this system makes it perfect for verifying symbols even when they are recessed or otherwise hard to reach with other verifiers. Simply place your part under the camera head and adjust the height with the manual turn-wheel while the software detects the laser positioning indicator for perfect focus.
Webscan FlexHite Dome
Integrated dome and 90-degree illumination provide ideal lighting for curved and reflective surfaces. The adjustable height stand design with a laser focus indicator makes it easy to position tricky cylindrical parts in the ideal location for verification.
Webscan TruCheck DPM Tower
The big brother to the popular TruCheck FlexHite DPM, the TruCheck DPM Tower boasts a 60mm wide field of view, laser focus indicator, and height that can accommodate parts as tall as 12 inches. The Tower offers the same lighting angles as the TruCheck 2D DPM and TruCheck FlexHite DPM: 45, 30 and 90-degree.
|Application||1D and 2D label printed barcodes||Large field of view 1D and 2D label printed barcodes||Simple verification of 1D and 2D label printed barcodes||Adjustable height and multiple lighting angles for DPM barcodes||Adjustable height and Dome lighting for DPM barcodes||Adjustable height and multiple lighting angles for larger DPM barcodes|
|Key Feature||Easy to move around||Can verify multiple codes at once||Portable with results shown on a touchscreen, no connection to a computer required||Good for recessed DPM barcodes||Ideal for DPM barcodes on curved surfaces||Good for large parts with DPM codes and a large enough FOV to handle 1D codes as well|
|Field of View||75 x 56mm||WA: 150 x 75mm
XL: 150 x 112mm
HD: 100 x 75mm
|STD: 51 x 38mm
WA: 76 x 57mm
|STD: 34 x25.5mm
HD: 20 x 15mm
|STD: 25 x 18mm
HD: 19 x 14mm
|60 x 45mm|
|Min X-Dim||7.5 mil||WA: 7 mil
XL: 14 mil
HD: 6 mil
|8 mil||STD: 7.5 mil
HD: 3.75 mil
|STD: 6 mil
HD: 3.75 mil
|Lighting Angle||45-degree||45-degree||45-degree||30, 45, 90-degree||Dome and 90-degree||30, 45, 90-degree|
|Weight||3 lbs||12 lbs||STD: 2.5 lbs
WA: 2.8 lbs
|10 lbs||11.6 lbs||30 lbs|
|Data Format Checking||GS1, UDI, HIBCC, UID, MIL-STD-130|
|Report File Formats||Excel™, Adobe™ PDF, HTML, and text file|
|Grading Standards||ISO 15415, ISO 15416, ISO 15426-1, ISO 15426-2||ISO 15415 and ISO 15416, 15426-1, ISO 15426-2||ISO 15415 and ISO 15416, 15426-1, ISO 15426-2||ISO 15415, ISO 15416, ISO 29158, AS9132, 15426-1, ISO 15426-2||ISO 15415 and ISO 15416, ISO 29158, AS9132, 15426-1, ISO 15426-2||ISO 15415 and ISO 15416, ISO 29158, AS9132, 15426-1, ISO 15426-2|
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The software analyzes every module for printing defects and highlights any problem areas in the barcode. The data content is also analyzed and checked for data formatting errors to ensure codes meet industry standards.
The individual data fields of a symbol can be easily recognized and checked since they are neatly parsed out of the long string of characters in some 2D symbols and identified for easy reading.
Reports can be customized, printed, and saved as a PDF, or you can export data directly into Excel with TruCheck software. There are many additional features within the software that will assist you in perfecting your symbols.
Replacement Power Supplies
DMV-PS is a replacement power supply for all Webscan models except for the Rover. A locking power supply is available for the Rover DMV-LPS and a wireless charging cradle for the Rover DMV-WCWA.
Calibration is the process of adjusting reflectance levels. Checking these levels routinely will ensure the most accurate results. To be ISO compliant a verifier must have a calibration process that is completed with the use of a calibration card. DMV-CCC, DMV-DMCC, DMV-AICC.
The Webscan validation protocol was designed for pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. This validation protocol is used in combination with the customer’s own quality systems to assure FDA inspectors that their manufacturing practices meet quality and health standards.
The Webscan validation protocol exercises virtually all the functions of the Webscan barcode verifier and its settings and options. Hundreds of test barcodes, each designed to test specific operational characteristics of the verifier, are included with the protocol. Data Matrix calibration conformance card is required in order to complete the protocol.
Current Webscan barcode verifier models and their corresponding validation protocol product IDs include DMV-VP-501, DMV-VP-504, DMV-825, DMV-VP-827, DMV-VP-829, DMV-VP-830, DMV-VP-833, DMV-VP-844, DMV-VP-850, DMV-VP-853, DMV-VP-861, DMV-VP-863.
In 2004, the FDA issued a new rule requiring certain drugs and biological product labels to have 1D barcodes containing a national drug code.
In 2015, the Drug Supply Chain Security Act required pharmaceutical products to be marked with a 2D code containing the NDC number, serial number, lot number, and expiration date. Those codes must have a ‘C’ or higher grade in accordance with ISO 15415.
The Unique Device Identification (UDI) initiative through 2022 requires every manufacturer that produces a reusable or reprocessed device (surgical instruments, operating room accessories, implants) to place a DPM code on the device.
Per the UDI mandate, devices must be labeled with a barcode that lists a product’s lot number, serial number, and expiration date if applicable. Additionally, the FDA also requests that a portion of the information within each UDI barcode be submitted to the FDA’s Global Unique Device Identifier Database (GUDID) system. The information required depends on the medical device type.
All barcodes need a ‘C’ or higher quality grade. The only way to prove the barcode quality grade is with a verifier that indicates that a barcode can be read.
The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) founded the Barcoding Project Team in 1981 to develop automotive industry standards for barcodes. Since then, barcodes have been instrumental in the supply chain standards for the industry. In 1984, AIAG adopted the Code 39 alphanumeric symbology and published the first industry-wide barcode standards: Barcode Symbology (B-1) and Shipping/Parts Identification Label (B-3).
Since the initial founding of the Barcoding Project Team, other guidelines for suppliers to the automotive industry have been created, including industry-wide and company specific initiatives. A few of the industry standards are listed below:
- GM 1724: This is General Motors’ global label specification. Webscan has been certified for compliance with this labeling standard. The TruCheck Optima and TruCheck Omni verifies the PDF 417 symbols incorporated on these shipping labels.
- AIAG B-17: This is a 2D Direct Parts Marking Guideline for the automotive industry. Webscan was an instrumental contributor to the development of this document. The guideline uses AIM DPM standards for verifying the quality of the barcode. The TruCheck 2D USB DPM or TruCheck FlexHite verifier is ideal for this application.
The aerospace industry utilizes a variety of symbologies and marking methods. Label systems use both linear 1D and 2D symbologies including Data Matrix codes for unique baggage handling solutions like identification, inventory movement, and control. Mechanical parts made of plastic, aluminum, ceramic, and steel are in many cases directly marked with dot-peening, laser and chemical etching, and other marking methods.
Linear barcodes (Code 128, Code 39 in the ATA Spec 2000) on labels and nameplates can be graded according to ISO-15416 quality specifications with the TruCheck Optima or TruCheck Rover systems.
Data Matrix barcodes referenced in both the ATA-Spec-2000 and the United States Department of Defense’s Standard Practices for Uniquely Identifying Military Property (MIL-STD-130) can be verified utilizing all Webscan verifier systems, specifically the DPM models. Webscan 2D barcode verifiers have the capability to verify according to any of the quality specifications, including AS-9132, the aerospace industry’s own specification for direct part marks.