Leading Supplier of Industrial Automation Equipment
As a customer-driven, solutions-focused company, Dynamic Solutions does more than just sell quality automation equipment; we provide value by identifying and supplying automation solutions to improve our customers' profitability and market share.
It is our belief that our exceptional service and support will create long term and mutually beneficial relationships with our clientele. Our first responsibility is to serve our customers with practical yet innovative solutions to their automation challenges. We follow the philosophy that a technically knowledgeable and highly motivated staff will create the best solutions for our customers' applications.
DataMan 150/260 Series Features
For 1-D linear barcodes, higher-density 2-D matrix codes, or direct part mark (DPM) codes, the DataMan 150/260 series fixed-mount, image-based ID readers deliver unprecedented performance, flexibility and ease of use.
Achieve high read rates
DataMan 150/260 series fixed-mount barcode readers achieve the highest possible read rates thanks to a high-speed, dual core processing engine that runs the latest Cognex algorithms.
1DMax™ with Hotbars II™ and 2DMax® with patent-pending PowerGrid™ technology decode damaged or poorly printed 1-D and 2-D codes, despite code quality, printing method or surface that the codes are marked on, and can even read 2-D codes without visible perimeters or quiet zones.
Simplify Installation in tight spaces
DataMan 150/260 series models offer straight or right-angled configurations to fit into the tightest spaces. In-line and ninety degree configurations eliminate the need for equipment redesign, and complicated wiring or optical paths with mirrors.
Reduce installation time and cost of ownership
Modular lighting and optics make it easy to change DataMan 150 and 260 series reader lenses and lighting in the field. This not only reduces installation time and resources, but protects the ID reader investment by making it easy to optimize performance for each application and accommodate future process changes.
Optimal image formation for any code
Codes on round, shiny, highly reflective, or specular surfaces very often require custom illumination to allow them to be read reliably. Low resolution codes and codes at long working distances also present reading challenges. Cognex’s modular technology makes reading these codes simple.
By simply pressing the Tune button on the reader, the reader automatically optimizes the lighting levels, focus, and lighting scheme for best image formation.
Easy to use tune and trigger buttons
The Tune and Trigger button allows for the setup of the application all without a PC or HMI. After mounting the reader, simply press the tune button. Whether the code is label based or a DPM code, the tuning algorithm trains the code and automatically adjusts the optics and lighting to deliver an image optimized for your application.
Once the reader has been tuned, the trigger button makes it easy to confirm that the reader has been set up properly. Audible beep or visual LED feedback makes it easy to know when the code is correctly read.
DataMan barcode reader quick setup app
This convenient web-based app allows you to remotely set up and configure your networked fixed-mount barcode readers on your phone or mobile device. Available from Google Play or iTunes App Store, this app allows you to see images in real-time, adjust and share configuration settings among multiple readers, save and send images, and much more. You can even troubleshoot issues and check read rates anywhere on your factory or distribution center floor without using a PC.
Perfect for DataMan 100/200 series retrofits
The DataMan 150/260 series readers utilize the same mounting configuration and pin out as the DataMan 100/200 series ID readers. This provides easy retrofits into existing DataMan 100/200 applications without adapter plates, or changes to mounting holes and wiring.
Because the standoff distance from the front of the reader to the code being read is exactly the same, the FOV achieved is the same and no changes to the machine layout, hardware or application are required.
In-Sight® 2000 series vision sensors combine the power of an In-Sight vision system with the simplicity and affordability of a vision sensor. Ideal for solving error-proofing applications, these vision sensors set new standards for value, ease of use and flexibility thanks to a powerful combination of proven In-Sight vision tools, a simple setup, and a modular design featuring field changable lighting and optics.
The In-Sight 2000 series includes an integrated, high-performance image formation system consisting of field interchangeable lenses and a patent-pending LED ring light that produces even, diffuse illumination across the entire image and eliminates the need for costly external lighting. Lenses and a variety of light colors can be easily swapped out as needed to meet application requirements.
Together with the In-Sight Explorer EasyBuilder® interface, which provides a fast, step-by-step application setup, the In-Sight 2000 series allows even novice users to achieve extremely reliable inspection performance in nearly any production environment.
In-Sight 2000 series vision sensors can also be configured for in-line and right-angle mounting installation. This modular body design provides maximum flexibility to mount in tight spaces, simplifies wiring and optical paths, and minimizes the need to design new mechanical fixtures.
High Moment Rodless Linear Actuator
Parker Hannifin’s new, High Moment Rodless linear actuator series is one of the most user friendly and versatile actuator lines on the market today. With 5 different frame sizes, 2 different drive train options, multiple mounting and carriage options, and an IP54 protective cover option, along with a multitude of other customizable features the HMR was truly designed with flexibility in mind. HMR High Moment Rodless Linear Actuator Features:
The Lexium MDrive Motion Control is an integrated motor + driver + programmable controller with numerous enhanced features for a complete motion control solution.
The LMDxM uses an isolated RS-422/485 communication interface with selectable BAUD rate ranging from 4.8 to 115 kilobits per second via a standard 9-pin D-subminiature connector. An optional USB to RS-422/485 Comm converter with cable is available and is compatible with all 32 and 64 bit operating systems.
Power and I/O
DC power and the I/O are interfaced via robust locking connectors: a 2-pin screw lock connector for power, and a pair of 7-pin spring-clamp terminal blocks with side-locking tabs for I/O.
The Lexium MDrive NEMA 17 (42 mm) has a DC input power range of +12 to +48 VDC.
The Lexium MDrive NEMA 23 (57 mm) has a DC input power range of +12 to +60 VDC. The power input is protected against over-voltage.
The Lexium MDrive NEMA 34 (85 mm) has a DC input power range of +12 to +70 VDC. The power input is protected against over-voltage.
The Lexium MDrive Motion Control uses the powerful and versatile MCode programming and control language. Users can take advantage of the 11, 120 bytes of flash memory and 336 user labels to write programs ranging from simple motion to complex interactions between motion, trip functions and I/O.
A powerful new Graphical User Interface (GUI), the Motion Control Programmer simplifies programming, simulating and debugging MCode application programs.
Designed for the global machine market, the Parker Automation Controller (PAC) combines advanced logic, signal handling, multi-axis motion, and visualization into one performance-driven solution.