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Category: Machine Vision

Micro Epsilon: Thermography system in motion

A fully autonomous, high-tech robot has special abilities. He is able to save human lives in critical situations and rough terrain and useful in industrial environments when monitoring machines and processes. Center piece is an infrared camera. Due to their high thermal sensitivity, the system is ideal for precision measurement tasks in real time. Immerse into the fascination of thermography systems and let yourself be inspired on the following article.

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Leuze camera-based sensor – always on the right rack

With the IPS 200i, Leuze electronic has introduced the smallest camera-based sensor on the market for compartment fine positioning with high-bay storage devices in single-depth storage. It impresses with some powerful advantages, particularly its fast commissioning and simple alignment.

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The impact of shocks and vibrations to imaging systems

Industrial imaging systems are frequently subject to strong accelerations, shocks, and vibrations. This is especially true for mobile systems, like robot-guided 3D scanners, but also for fixed installations. Fujifilm has investigated the impact of shocks and vibrations on industrial fixed focal lenses via a dedicated test procedure.

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