Download Product Guide Smallest vision systems In-Sight compresses an entire self-contained vision system into an amazingly small package about the size of a traditional image-capture-only camera. All In-Sight models can be mounted at angles of up to degrees using the In-Sight non-linear calibration tool. These vision systems are ideal for integrating into tight spaces on robots and hard-to-reach machinery anywhere on the production line. The In-Sight models deliver high-performance vision tools, faster communication speeds, and high resolution in a small package that is ideal for integrating into small spaces where machine space is a premium.
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The intuitive interface guides operators through a step-by-step setup process allowing both novice and experienced users to configure vision applications quickly and easily. The majority of applications can be solved using the point-and-click EasyBuilder interface, however should your application requirements change, the In-Sight spreadsheet provides you with ultimate control through direct access to the vision tools and communication options.
Access to the spreadsheet not only provides programming flexibility to make essential adjustments, it also offers assurance that you will be able to solve any of your vision applications. In-Sight Explorer EasyBuilder interface In-Sight Vision Tools In-Sight vision processing tools consist of functions that extract and process image features for further data analysis and decision making.
Blob is very useful for quantifying defect sizes or for locating features that do not have a repeatable shape. Blob can be used for monochrome and color images to quantify the amount of a particular color present. Edge tool results can be used to measure distances and can also be used to inspect by counting the number of edges found. Edges can also be used to detect and measure circles and arcs.
The InspectEdge tool tracks an edge of a part to inspect for defects. These advanced technologies are able to adapt to variations in lighting and in part appearance. Geometry Tools Geometry tools are used to measure critical dimensions of a part with point-and-click simplicity. Angles, arcs, diameters and point-to-line distances use real world calibration to provide accurate and repeatable results. Histogram Tools Histograms are used to inspect or monitor features of parts based on brightness.
Image Filtering Tools Advanced image filtering is used to highlight features or remove features of parts before doing additional processing with other vision tools.
For color cameras, true bit color filters are available. The font trainable tool accurately reads low-contrast or unevenly-spaced characters on confusing backgrounds. Pattern Matching Tools Locating a part accurately is the first step in most vision applications. Color Pattern Matching Tool Color PatMax RedLine locates parts based on shape and color allowing you to not only locate the model but also find the specific color of the model trained.
This tool runs on the color image to create a more robust pattern finding model. Color Tools Color tools are used to identify and inspect objects based on color data and also measure by evaluating the amount of color pixels present.
Advanced color vision technology maintains accuracy even with lighting variations that can cause problems for traditional color vision systems.
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