Microscan QX Hawk Imagers

  

The QX Hawk is the world’s first imager to be fully integrated with liquid lens technology, enabling infinite focus flexibility. Bridging the gap between ease of use and performance, the QX Hawk features a high resolution modular optical zoom system, aggressive X-Mode decoding, and simple plug and play connectivity. The QX Hawk imager easily reads any barcode or 2D symbol, including challenging 2D direct part marks (DPM), in any environment, within seconds of installation.

Advanced imaging technology includes a high resolution modular optical zoom system that enables the QX Hawk to read marks at distances from 20 mm to 2 m and beyond. Combined with patent pending liquid lens autofocus, the QX Hawk can easily cover almost any auto ID application. Decode Any Symbol Using best-in-class X-Mode decode algorithms, the QX Hawk consistently captures everything from low contrast, damaged, or otherwise challenging direct part marks, to a high density 3.3 mil Data Matrix, to a very large linear barcode.

Powerful Performance The QX Hawk is powered by a dual core ARM/DSP processor to allow both high speed image capture and real time configuration and communication. The embedded processing, combined with three high speed inputs/outputs directly from the reader, enable the QX Hawk to provide line level control functions.

Decodes/second: up to 60 Read range: varies by configuration Liquid lens autofocus & modular zoom Integrated Ethernet networking Configuration Options: 0.4MP CMOS or 1.3MP

CCD MECHANICAL (Integrated Optics) Height: 1.59” (40.5 mm) Width: 2.27” (57.6 mm) Depth: 3.79” (96.3 mm) Weight: 10 oz. (280 g) MECHANICAL (C-Mount Optics) Height: 4.03” (102.3 mm) Width: 2.27” (57.6 mm) Depth: 1.59” (40.5 mm) Weight: 11 oz. (320 g) LIGHT SOURCE (Integrated Optics) Type: High output LEDs

LIGHT COLLECTION OPTIONS: Progressive scan, square pixel. Shutter: Software adjustable 1/60 to 1/100,000 CMOS WVGA: 752 x 480 pixels CCD SXGA: 1280 x 960 pixels

READ PARAMETERS Pitch: ±30° Skew: ±30° Tilt: 360° CMOS Decode Rate: Up to 60 decodes per second CCD Decode Rate: Up to 20 decodes per second