microreader

mi·cro·read·er

 (mī′krō-rē′dər)
n.
A device for reading materials in microform, such as microfilm and microfiche.

microreader

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌriːdə)
n
(Photography) an apparatus that produces an enlarged image of a microphotograph
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The absorbance of each sample was measured on a Lab systems Multiskan MS 352 microreader (Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., USA).
The OTG microReader features standard USB and microUSB connectors, as well as a microSD card reader that's tucked inside the standard USB connector to save space and to enable the microSD card to be placed into the reader and then plugged into a device to transfer files.
The owner can use a MicroReader (a small key fob style reader) for short-range reading.
By eliminating the need for hand-keying rent checks, the use of a check scanner system such as GEAC's "PowerReader," RealPage's "AutoCheck," or Property Boss' "MicroReader," cuts down the time required for processing rent payments by 50 percent or more on a property of 250 units or more, according to Michael Mullin, general manager of GEAC Property Management Solutions Division.
However, knowing its customers led to chainwide implementation of the No ID Tender program, which, by using microreader character-recognition technology, allows consumers who frequently pay by check to get through the checkout faster.
"It operates from the same POS terminal, which now can authorize processing in seconds through SCAN, the nation's largest [negative] database of returned checks across all forms of retail." Zlotnikoff says additional cashier training for these other applications is easy, and the only modifications to the initial hardware involve a minor retrofit for a check microreader.
As the macroreaders produce new knowledge resources, such as collections of inference rules like DIRT, they are used by microreaders to produce better declarative knowledge from the texts they read.