• Datalogic’s new Matrix 320 2MP image reader empowers traceability applications in intralogistics, distribution, 3PL, retail logistics and shop floor environments.
    Datalogic’s new Matrix 320 2MP image reader empowers traceability applications in intralogistics, distribution, 3PL, retail logistics and shop floor environments.
  • Datalogic’s new Matrix 320 2MP image reader empowers traceability applications in intralogistics, distribution, 3PL, retail logistics and shop floor environments.
    Datalogic’s new Matrix 320 2MP image reader empowers traceability applications in intralogistics, distribution, 3PL, retail logistics and shop floor environments.
  • Datalogic’s new Matrix 320 2MP image reader empowers traceability applications in intralogistics, distribution, 3PL, retail logistics and shop floor environments.
    Datalogic’s new Matrix 320 2MP image reader empowers traceability applications in intralogistics, distribution, 3PL, retail logistics and shop floor environments.
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Datalogic’s new Matrix 320 2MP image reader empowers traceability applications in intralogistics, distribution, 3PL, retail logistics and shop floor environments.

The Matrix 320 reader features 2MP sensor (1920x1080 pixels with a 16:9 form factor), achieving an extra-large Field of View (FOV) on the horizontal axis that competes against 3MP readers.

“This new Matrix 320 reader provides the highest market application flexibility due to its modular design and a reduced number of models with a complete portfolio of lenses, lightings, filters and accessories,” says Datalogic product marketing manager Morena Corradini.

The compact new reader offers full industrial connectivity and rotating connectors on top for ease of installation in industrial environments. The reader’s new configurable 360-degree multi-colour read feedback, coupled with green/red spot technology, provides outstanding visual feedback that will simplify the installation and maintenance, with reduced time and cost.

A new web diagnostic suite and high-performance image saving capability provide information to improve the production process and set preventative maintenance for higher productivity and lower maintenance cost.

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