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Newsletter - September 30, 2015 

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27911 Clemens Road

Westlake, Ohio 44145
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Advanced PLC           Oct 7th
GPProEx Logic        Oct 14th
Function Blocks      Oct 21st 
G9SP Class                Nov 4th 
GPProEx Basics        Nov 5th
GPProEx Int             Nov 6th 
Yaskawa VFD          Nov 11th
For the most up to date information please visit our Training and Seminars Page. 

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Founded in 1982, Microscan has a strong history of technology innovation which includes the invention of the first laser diode barcode scanner and the 2D symbology, Data Matrix. Today, Microscan remains a technology leader in automatic identification and machine vision with extensive solutions for ID tracking, traceability and inspection.

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Lakewood Automation represents a number of very innovative manufacturers who in turn release a large number of new products every year. This newsletter only focused on a few products from one manufacturer. To view more new products on our website, click here.

Dear All,

In this issue of our newsletter, we would like to introduce you to Microscan's incredibly small, intuitive, powerful and agile new MicroHAWK Barcode Reader platform.
As always, we have included links to some of our upcoming classes and the latest Tech-Connect documents that we have created.
MicroHAWK Barcode Reader
The MicroHAWK family of Barcode Readers offers the most versatile decoding power available within the world's smallest industrial barcode readers. Built on the highest-performance imaging engine in its class, MicroHAWK readers offer an array of modular hardware options to take on any decoding task in three micro form factors. Paired with the new WebLink browser-based barcode reading interface, MicroHAWK is unrivaled in the industry for intuitive setup and use by any operator. Using MicroHAWK is as easy as plugging in power and opening a browser.
MicroHAWK Engine ID20 ID30 ID40

MicroHAWK Engine: The heart of every MicroHAWK reader, this tiny, adaptable engine features an ultra-fast processor, aggressive decoding algorithms, and unlimited configurability.

MicroHAWK ID-20: Software, optics, sensor, and lighting fit into this tiny IP40-rated reader - less than 2 inches (51 mm) - proving that doing everything doesn't have to be a big thing.

MicroHAWK ID-30: Advanced optics and IP54-rated enclosure provide an industrial advantage in harsh conditions, while corner-exit cabling offers the tightest fit in any orientation.

MicroHAWK ID-40: This rugged Ethernet reader is the total package in the most compact, resilient IP65-rated enclosure. ID-40 simply reads any code, anywhere, under any condition.
WebLink: Browser Based Interface
Microscan introduces the world's first browser-based barcode reader interface. Set up, test, control, and monitor MicroHAWK barcode readers from the web browser of your choice using the intuitive WebLink user interface. Simply enter a reader's IP address on any web-enabled host and follow Assisted Setup to start decoding. Adjust reader controls remotely, regardless of physical access to the barcode reader, and monitor decoding results in real time.
New Tech-Connect Documents 
documents are downloadable files, created by Lakewood Automation, containing the basic information needed to get two or more pieces of equipment working together.
Omron NJ Reading and Writing to Hyper Terminal - This document will show you how to setup the logic to write information from the memory of the Omron PLC to Hyper Terminal & read information from Hyper Terminal to the memory of the Omron PLC.

Omron CJ1M to Brady BP-PR300 Plus Printer - This document will show you how to set up communications between the Omron PLC port to the Brady BP-PR300 Plus Printer port for printing a CODE39 label.

CJ1W-CT021 to SMC CEP1 & CE1 Series Stroke Reading Cylinders -  This document will show you how to setup the logic, configure the parameters, and wire the SMC CEP1 & CE1 Series Stroke Reading Cylinders to the CJ1W-CT021 card.

Omron CJ1W-ETN21 Socket Services - This document will show you how to setup the logic to write information from the Data Memory of the Omron PLC to Hyperterminal & read information from Hyperterminal to the Data Memory of the Omron PLC.

Proface LT Screen to Omron E5DC Controller via Modbus - This document will show you how to set up communications between the Proface LT screen & the Omron E5DC temperature controller using the Modbus-IDA General MODBUS SIO Master driver.