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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The SPECTRAL EVOLUTION LF-Series entry-level NIR spectrometer has an all-photodiode array optical system directly mated to fiber optic.
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.
The Agr Pilot Vision inspection system mounts inside a blowmolder to detect random-occurring defects during the production of PET bottles.