Cognex offers its affordable, capable, and easy-to-use entry-level DVT® 515 and DVT 535 vision sensors. Sensors handle a broad range of applications and make it easy for users to combine vision tools to inspect, measure, count, find features, and compare patterns in order to automate inspection and ensure quality.
The high-resolution Legend LS Line Scan vision system from DVT offers a 2K linear sensor that yields images up to 18ꯠ lines per second. Among other applications, the LS can “unwrap” cylindrical objects for label inspection.
DVT SmartImage Sensors are now used in KMV’s InnerVision x-ray system. vision-enabled x-ray imaging produces results with analytical capabilities at production line speeds in applications that involve nontransparent elements.
DVT Corp. releases FrameWork 2.6, which boasts numerous major enhancements to the software that operates a range of machine vision products. Elements of the enhanced software include a common interface to all DVT SmartImage sensors with enhanced usability and functionality, improved color-learning options that can be selected manually or through the digital relearn signal, and more.
Reading up to 200 codes/sec, the $2995 Intelligent Scanner with built-in Ethernet communications is claimed as the only bar-code reader to include OCR (optical character reader) and OCV (optical character verification) capabilities.
SmartImage sensors from DVT (Norcross, GA) include the new Legend 544. Compact, versatile, and Internet-enabled sensor is slim and compact enough for users to install anywhere on the manufacturing line.
DVT Corp. (Norcross, GA) introduces color machine-vision sensors: the DVT Legend 542C and 544C SmartImage Sensors. Company says they represent the industry’s first Ethernet-ready vision sensor with color capability.
DVT (Norcross, GA) has introduced the Legend 520 SmartImage Sensor machine vision system, priced at $3괇. It is based on new and affordable imaging technology that runs at a lower voltage and requires fewer parts than comparable vision systems.
DVT (Atlanta, GA) has introduced what it calls the industry’s first color machine vision sensor: the SmartImage Sensor Legend 540C. It’s designed to perform a multitude of color inspections in a diverse group of industries.
DVT’s (Norcross, GA) SmartLink for SmartImage sensors permit monitoring of inspections without a PC. Transfers images via Ethernet to allow users to view any sensor in a facility from a single location.
DVT’s (Norcross, GA) next-generation vision sensor software, FrameWork 2.2, includes added support for all Datamatrix symbol sizes; added ellipse and polygon shapes to the DataMatrix reader for easier reading; access of individual measurement points within a script and improved coordinate transformation calibration for the aligned case.
DVT’s (Norcross, GA) next generation of SmartImage Sensor, the Legend 500 SmartImage sensor, debuts this month. The product line includes the Model 542C, which inspects print and decorations in full color.
SmartReader from DVT (Norcross, GA) is claimed as the only industrial bar-code reader to include OCR (optical character recognition) capabilities. It reads up to 180 codes/sec for formats including ECC200, Interleaved 2-of-5, Code 3-of-9 and Code 128.
SmartImage Sensors from DVT (Norcross, GA) are low-cost, high-performance sensors that combine machine vision and intelligence so that position, orientation and identification deviations can be located and corrected.
The SmartImage Sensor from DVT (Norcross, GA) inspects for presence/absence, orientation, position and size. FrameWork 1.2, a Windows®-based software user interface, allows subpixel measurement and math computation skills.