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DataPaq™ Express Rack Reader Launched

Published: Friday, September 21, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, September 21, 2012
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Ziath launched the new DataPaq™ Express Rack Reader at ELRIG Drug Discovery 2012.

The Ziath DataPaq™ Express Rack Reader is a camera reader with an image capture time of only oneExpress-with-rack-lid-off_1.gif second making it one of the fastest in the market. DataPaq™ Express is only marginally larger than the SBS rack itself, making it ideal for robotic integration and the smallest rack reader on the market.

 The DataPaq™ Express Rack Reader is easy to set-up, with only a few minutes for configuration. After a one-time automatic calibration, the rack reader is ready to read all makes of SBS format 2D barcoded tubes. As the scanner is camera-based, it takes a picture of the barcodes and then decodes, meaning it is significantly quicker than scanner-based 2D barcode readers. The DataPaq™ software makes it simple to export to Excel, XML or text and scanned images can also be saved.


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