An Image Processing Sensor that is Compatible with the LJ-V Series and 21 Megapixel Cameras
The easy-to-use and universally accessible CV-X Series has reached the next level of advancement.
Its name is CV-X200 Series.
The CV-X200 Series supports connection with the LJ-V Series laser profile microscope and 21 megapixel cameras.
Its algorithm has also been greatly advanced.
We strive towards new world standards in image processing.
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By combining a red, green, and blue light source with detection based on the ratio of color returned, the CZ-V Series is able to stably and accurately detect up to eight different colors!
The CZ-V Series takes stable detection a step further with sensor heads that can ignore luster or shine to ensure consistent and reliable detection of colors. Aside from standard color detection, the CZ-V Series also has the ability to detect luster, as well as UV additives, with the use of innovative sensor heads.
The IV Series Vision Sensor, which views areas in planes, achieves settings that offer ultimate ease as well as stable detection, making it possible to resolve all the dissatisfactions that come with a reflective type sensor.
With the IV Series, which views areas in planes, it is possible to resolve all the problems that often occur with a reflective type sensor, such as...
・Instability from positional misalignment
・Instability from not being able to determine workpiece orientation
・The inability to simultaneously differentiate multiple areas
・Time and effort spent on adjusting sensors after a change in equipment
An Introduction to Laser Information from Fundamentals to Applications
There are various types of laser markers. These include laser markers with visible/invisible laser beams, those that react with metal, and those that react with plastics. Why is the beam visible? Why is plastic colored with a laser beam? We will provide you with technical explanations that answer these questions.
You can learn about the greater efficiency resulting from the use of a non-contact displacement gauge as well as the latest measurement know-how.
We will introduce you to cutting-edge research and development measurement applications organized by industry. This guide serves as an introduction to applications which illustrates the increased efficiency through the use of a non-contact displacement gauge compared to that of current measurement methods. We have also included know-how on measurement methods.
We will introduce examples of observation/analysis in various departments, including "development, manufacturing, and quality assurance departments".
In our current materials, in addition to "observation/analysis examples" we have also included interviews that explain "customer benefits based on the theme of problems that require this type of observation and the resolution of these problems".