The new Keyence CV-2600 high-speed machine vision system incorporates a 2 mega-pixel CCD built into the industry’s smallest camera housing. The CCD can inspect an area 4 times larger than conventional cameras at the same resolution, saving significant installation time and cost.
High-performance, compact BL-600 Series from Keyence weighs only 115 g (3.7oz) and operates at 500 scans/sec. Patented polygon mirror scanning technology helps provide twice the reading area and incident reading angle of conventional bar code readers and reads bars as thin as 0.125 mm (.005”).
The new CV-751 machine vision system from Keyence (Woodcliff Lake, NJ) is equipped with shade scale technology to provide users with color recognition and detection approaching that of the human eye, company says.
Keyence (Woodcliff Lake, NJ) has released an 8-page brochure describing the CV-700 compact machine vision system. System is compared with conventional gray-scale processing to illustrate how using the CV-700 solves problems that were difficult or impossible to solve using conventional gray-scale technology.
Keyence's (Woodcliff Lake, NJ) Visual-KV(TM) PLC allows program parameters to be changed in real time. Featuring a 2-color data window, the unit is 2/3 the size of conventional PLCs but executes instructions in 0.7 microsec.
Because its RGB (red/green/blue) detection technology monitors the proportion of colors in a target instead of the intensity of light received, the capability of the CZ Series of sensors from Keyence (Woodcliff Lake, NJ) is unaffected by very high or low gloss, shading or even vibration of targets.