|Cryptoreader™ CRVL-6: looking for a barcode||Cryptoreader™ CRVL-6: barcode decoded|
The Cryptoreader™ CRVL-6 is a hand held terminal-decoder of the invisible cryptographic codes printed by the Cryptocoder™ CCIM. It provides a live, visible image of the cryptographic code on its TFT LCD display. Upon reading and decoding the encrypted data, the CRVL-6 emits a tone and shows the content of the decoded message on the same display.
Cryptoreader™ CRVL-6 is a special version of the hand held terminal-decoder Wizard™ CT6. The Cryptoreader™ CRVL-6 reliably reads low contrast invisible images, compensates for perspective distortions, detects and corrects many errors caused by wear and tear of the barcode.
The serial port provides for two-way communications with a host PC. It is used for uploading the collected data and for modification of the Cryptoreader™ CRVL-6 program.
Non-volatile memory allows storage of decoded data for later uploading to a host PC. The number of decoded symbols stored depends on the length of data in each symbol. The standard model will store about eight thousand ten-digit symbols.
Required power: AC 90 to 250 Volts, 50/60 Hz.