This DataType is a structure that defines the results of a scan. Its composition is formally defined in Table 55.
Table 55 – OpticalVerifierScanResult Structure
|IsoGrade||String||False||This value contains the ISO grade, the aperture and the wavelength used.
Example content: “2.7/10/660”
With the ‘2.7’ being the grade, the ‘10’ being the measuring aperture that was used for the analysis and the ‘660’ is the wavelength of light used to illuminate the code. If the grade is reported without aperture and wavelength, then it really is quite meaningless (a code measured with an ‘06’ aperture can give a totally different result that one measured with a ‘20’ aperture for instance).
|RMin||Int16||False||The minimum reflection value in percent (from a dark bar).
|SymbolContrast||Int16||False||The Symbol Contrast value (Rmax – Rmin) in percent.
|ECMin||Int16||False||The minimum Edge Contrast value in percent.
|Modulation||Int16||False||The modulation (ECmin / SC) value in percent.
|Defects||Int16||False||The defects value in percent.
|Decodability||Int16||False||The decodability value in percent.
|Decode||Int16||False||The decode content value in percent.
|PrintGain||Int16||False||The print gain value in percent (-4%).
Its representation in the AddressSpace is defined in Table 56.
Table 56 – OpticalVerifierScanResult Definition
|Subtype of OpticalScanResult defined in 9.3.10.|