SE0103518D0 - Method and device for recording information - Google Patents

Method and device for recording information

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SE0103518D0
SE0103518D0 SE0103518A SE0103518A SE0103518D0 SE 0103518 D0 SE0103518 D0 SE 0103518D0 SE 0103518 A SE0103518 A SE 0103518A SE 0103518 A SE0103518 A SE 0103518A SE 0103518 D0 SE0103518 D0 SE 0103518D0
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object
position
scanner
moveable
called
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SE0103518A
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C Technologies Ab
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Scanner module comprising a lens system (12-19) and an optical sensor (41) at which an image of an object is projected. A lens (16-18) of a lens system is moveable for adjustment of the sharpness at short distance, the so-called scanner position, to an intermediate distance, the so-called macro position, and to a long distance, the so-called photographing position. The lens is moveable by a cam disk (26) with a cam groove (27) .The cam disk is pivotable to three different positions. A magnet (32) cooperates with a Hall member (44) for sensing the scanner position. When the Hall member is activated, the scanner module may be arranged abutting a support. Then, a nose plate (70) activates one or several contacts (60, 61, 62) so that light emitting diodes (51, 52, 53, 54) are lit up and illuminates the object and so that the right programs for the scanning are started. A line of printed text may then be scanned and interpreted to ASCII code. In the macro position and the photographing position, the nose plate has no function since the reading module does not touch upon any object. Instead, two switches (47, 48) positioned above the reading module are used. Pressing one of the switches (47) results in the fact that a picture is taken. The other switch (48) may for example be used for taking a picture with a lower resolution. Between the pressings of a switch, a video signal is obtained for moveable pictures of the object so that the reading module may be directed towards the object.
SE0103518A 2001-10-23 2001-10-23 Method and device for recording information SE0103518D0 (en)

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SE0103518A SE0103518D0 (en) 2001-10-23 2001-10-23 Method and device for recording information
PCT/SE2002/001925 WO2003036559A1 (en) 2001-10-23 2002-10-23 Scanner module comprising a lens device, an optical sensor and an adoption device for adopting the lens device between two working modes

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