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Omega Design Corporation Introduces LabelSync 450

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Volume 37, Issue 9, pp. 14
Omega LabelSync 450

Omega Design Corporation offers the LabelSync 450 Vision Module, designed to capture and sync a bottle’s unique serialized label with its individual line code. The machine can handle bottles 30-1500 mL in volume at speeds up to 300 per minute. Compatible with a range of serialization software and vision components, the LabelSync 450 verifies each code’s readability, confirms that each bottle belongs on the line, establishes a one-to-one relationship between the two codes, and enables high-integrity identification processes downstream. The LabelSync 450’s vision system is comprised of four cameras whose combined viewpoints offer 360-degree label inspection, as well as a fifth camera to read secondary line code.

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