What are the components that make up a machine vision system? How do they work together in a production environment? In the third video of this introductory series, we discuss the five key components that make up a vision system: lighting, lens, sensor, vision processing and communication, and the impact that each of these can have on your application.
The HAWK MV-4000® is Omron Microscan’s brand new high-performance machine vision camera with 4 times the processing power, and up to 6 times the frame rates over the previous generation of smart cameras.
In this presentation, Steven King, Machine Vision Product Manager at Omron Microscan, discusses the benefits of employing Auto-ID and machine vision technology in your production environments through the demonstration of its use in common manufacturing applications. It introduces you to the entire suite of Microscan products, and provides a guide on how to pick the right components for your specific sensing needs.
Omron Microscan introduced the new HAWK MV-4000 high-performance machine vision smart camera at The ASSEMBLY Show in Rosemont, IL October 2017. This smart camera has 4x the processing power, and up to 6x the frame rates over the previous generation of Omron Microscan's cameras.