Articles Tagged with ''vision systems''

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Optical sorting system

April 7, 2014

 Used with diced and small fruits and vegetables, the TOMRA Iris II optical sorting system uses top and bottom sensor banks to view each object “in flight” with a combination of LED illumination in the visible and near infra-red spectral zones. 


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Robotic picker

January 10, 2014
Suitable for handling heavier individual products and larger product groupings in multi-pick applications, the ABB 8kg IRB 360 FlexPicker with a Schmalz vacuum gripper utilizes software that integrates conveyor tracking, vision guidance and vision inspection capabilities in a single programming platform.
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Optical sorter

October 11, 2013

 Equipped with multivision camera technology, the Bühler SORTEX A MultiVision optical sorter detects defects and foreign materials; it also detects mycotoxins such as sclerotia, vomitoxin, fusarium, ergot and aflatoxins.  


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Vision inspection system

October 10, 2013

 Supporting up to 5 cameras, the METTLER TOLEDO CI-Vision V6300 vision inspection system performs multiple inspections of a target package simultaneously—for ID/OD, ovality, gross formation defects, label positioning, label quality, closure application, fill level, 1-D and 2-D bar codes, graphical presence and quality, and the presence and verification of alphanumeric codes.  


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Packing vision system

May 16, 2013

Applying case labels based on automated visual case identification, the RedLine vision system prints up to 5 individual labels for a single box or stacked box configurations.


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Tech Update: X-ray & Optical Inspection

New types of foreign material and product flaws detected

X-ray, camera and laser sorting technologies are coming of age in new configurations and applications that improve productivity and reduce false rejects while detecting harder-to-find flaws.
May 13, 2013

A new range of contaminants, product defects and packaging imperfections are being spotted by the latest styles of multi-beam X-ray systems and optical inspection technologies.


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Entry-level NIR spectrometer

February 7, 2013

The SPECTRAL EVOLUTION LF-Series entry-level NIR spectrometer has an all-photodiode array optical system directly mated to fiber optic.


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Sensor-based optical sorter

February 7, 2013

Capable of sorting or grading for quality, shape, color, size, blemishes and foreign objects, the ODENBERG Halo sensor-based optical sorter comes in 4 sizes, ranging from 20- to 80-in. belt widths.


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Vision system

January 9, 2013

The Agr Pilot Vision inspection system mounts inside a blowmolder to detect random-occurring defects during the production of PET bottles.


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Entry-level vision system

October 15, 2012
Developed for inspection tasks where vision sensors are limited and a standard vision system may not be cost effective, the Cognex In-Sight 7010 self-contained, entry-level vision system includes autofocus optics and integrated lighting in a compact IP67-rated industrial housing.
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