Vision sensor

The vision sensor is designed to inspect small features over a wide area and detect/inspect up to 1,500 parts per minute.
By Plant Engineering Staff April 21, 2008

The Checker 232 model is designed to inspect small features over a wide area and detect/inspect up to 1,500 parts per minute. The vision sensor was developed specifically for applications where small features are being inspected on large parts, such as the inspection of clips and springs on large automotive assemblies. It also can be used where a much longer working distance is needed and the vision sensor must be mounted far from the area to be inspected.

There’s no limit to the number of part features that a single vision sensor can inspect. It uses multi-image analysis to determine if a part is present without an external trigger, greatly simplifying installation. This also enables the sensor to track parts in varying positions along the production line.

Cognex Corp.
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