Linear (1D) Verification
ANSI Barcode Standards
Prior to 1990, when the ANSI barcode standards were published, there was no universally adopted method for bar code verification that adequately addressed the needs of industry. The publication of ANSI X3.182-1990 marked the beginning of formal verification methods based on the “scan reflectance profile” of a bar code. The so called ANSI methodology is the basis of most of the verification techniques adopted since.
ANSI X3.182-1990 – ensure compliance with 1D barcodes with the following Webscan products:
|Product||Reason to use this product for linear verification and ANSI barcode standards||Example Product Picture|
|TruCheck Laser USB||For Windows PC based verification of linear and stacked symbologies.|
|TruCheck 201||For stand alone verification of linear and stacked symbologies.|
|TruCheck 2D USB||For imager based verification of 2D Matrix Symbologies and small linear and/or stacked symbols, especially DataBar which is especially small.|