Low-cost Color Vision

March 13, 2007
With a full suite of vision tools, the DVT 535C sets a new cost/performance standard for entry-level color vision sensors, says the vendor.
“Unlike most low-cost color vision sensors, the DVT 535C is not limited to a single machine vision function such as color sorting, but can handle a much broader range of applications with a compete set of color tools for sorting, color match and defect detection,” says Kris Nelson,  senior vice president, vision sensors, at the vendor. Like all DVT vision sensors, the 535C operates with Intellect software that facilitates set-up, integration, and maintenance. Also new is Intellect software release 1.4, with enhancements including a new Flexible Flaw Detection (FFD) tool designed to provide reliable inspection results despite random process variations.

Cognex Corp.


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