Refurbished RJS Inspector 3000 Bar Code Verifier – 6 mil Wand. This model is available but is obsolete, the replacement model is the D4000 Auto Optic
The I-3000 provides a proven, cost effective solution for quickly and accurately performing full ISO/ANSI bar code quality analysis.
- Traceable to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
- Follows the ISO15416 and ANSI X3.182 Bar Code Inspection Method
- Conforms to ISO15426-1 Bar Code Verifier Specification
- Auto-discriminates between all popular symbologies
- Bidirectional scanning
- Multiple scan averaging
- Traditional analysis also provided
- Disposable AA batteries included
This truly unique and powerful instrument is also easy to use. All the popular linear symbologies are supported. Store and print capability, multiple scan averaging and sub-symbology choices are easily accessed through a simple four-button user interface. Analysis information appears immediately on a 32-character alphanumeric liquid crystal display (LCD). A distinct audible tone and a series of five colored LED’s indicate whether a bar code is in or out of specification.
In addition to the ISO/ANSI method parameters, traditional analysis parameters are provided on the LCD without a special mode setting.
To accommodate varying label densities, interchangeable wands allow a user to select the appropriate aperture. Two wand choices are available – 6 mil and 10 mil aperture, both with red (660 nm) light wavelength.
If needed, a detailed hard copy printout can be produced from the Inspector 3000 using an optional direct thermal or thermal transfer printer. Learn more about the TP140a Thermal Printer (optional).
If needed, inspection data can transferred to any Windows PC. Once transferred the inspection data can be saved or printed to any standard Window printer. Learn more about the Verifier Computer Interface (optional).
The Inspector 3000 meets the International Organization for Standardization’s “Bar Code Print Quality Test Specification (ISO 15416), the American National Standard Institute’s “Guideline for Bar Code Quality’ (ANSI X3.182-1990), the Uniform Code Council (UCC), and the CEN specifications regarding verification methods and methodology. It also meets International Organization for Standardization’s “Bar Code Verifier Conformance Specification” (ISO 15426-1).
This equipment and its documentation were developed to fit into your company’s existing ISO 9000/9001/9002 policies and procedures.