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LR-Z series - Self-contained CMOS Laser Sensor

Detection is often difficult with reflective sensors for a variety of reasons, including target colour, material, surface finish, and environment. In order to solve these issues, the stability of a CMOS laser has been combined with the versatility of a self-contained sensor in a heavy duty metal body to create a more stable and user friendly general purpose sensor.

CV-X series - Intuitive Vision System

THREE FEATURES MAKE THE CVX A GLOBAL STANDARD.
State-of-the-art algorithms are available for anyone.
Quick and easy setup.
One system can handle all applications due to the wide variety of supporting products.

VHX-6000 series - Digital Microscope

Next-generation optical microscope with a large depth-of-field and advanced measurement capabilities for inspection and failure analysis.

Featured Shows

September 25, 2017
  • Process with High Speed and Capacity
  • Stable Detection in Appearance
  • Laser Marker Application Tips
  • Useful Microscope Techniques
  • Measure with Speed and Accuracy
  • Solutions for Workplace Dangers
  • Simple Place and Press Operation
  • Tips to Shorten PLC Debugging Time
September 19, 2017
  • Observe Beyond the Naked Eye
  • Incredibly Stable Position-Based Sensor
  • Master Latest Application Techniques for Vision
  • Techniques to Import Code Reader Data Into Excel
  • Dimension Measurement in 3, 2, 1
  • Application Examples for Laser Displacement Sensors
  • Solution for Stable Detection
  • Marking and Processing for Metal
September 11, 2017
  • Choosing the Right Measurement Equipment
  • Trace with Laser Marker
  • Detect With Vision Sensor
  • Full Guide for Digital Microscope
  • Equipment Data Management with PLC
  • Concept of Speed, Accuracy and Simplicity
  • Effective use of Peripheral Equipment
  • Improvement with Barcode Reading

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