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Balluff: Infrared vision sensor

With Balluff’s BVS vision sensor with built-in infrared lighting and integrated daylight filter, visible ambient light cannot affect image quality or stability of an inspection, greatly increasing inspection and process reliability; and because the sensor’s light is invisible to the human eye, it removes intrusive flickering to the operator, eliminating the need for shielding or desire to tamper with the sensor to minimize the lights effects.
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The infrared vision sensor features: 10% higher light intensity than comparable red light sensors; integrated daylight filter for increased process reliability; invisible light that does not bother employees; certified safe for the eyes, for CE (EN 62471:2008); simple installation with fixed integrated lighting, optics, and filter.

The company offers a comprehensive line of vision sensing products, including: the BVS standard vision sensor (PC configurable using Windows compatible software and multiple tools per job); the BVS advanced vision sensor (with 360°geometric pattern match tool with configurable boolean logic outputs); the BVS identification sensor (identifies 1D barcodes and 2D data matrix codes to 0.10 mm module resolution); and a large variety of lighting and accessory options.
 

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