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Economical Vision-based Sensor

An advanced version of the Sharpshooter vision-based sensor offers increased functionality at a lower price than traditional vision sensors, says the vendor.

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The Sharpshooter provides 360º part rotation recognition. Configured inspections are compensated for the parts rotation, minimizing the need to tightly fixture parts, while reducing set-up costs. Added output logic functionality is designed to enable links to any tool or combination of tools to any output, allowing inspection to be customized to any production situation in which simple inspection results are not enough. By providing part or feature presence/absence and inspection, position detection, plus dimension verification all in one product, the single-unit vision-based sensor is said to replace expensive, cumbersome multi-sensor solutions.

Balluff Inc.

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