Ultra-compact smart camera
Image capturing with infrared lighting
Configurable I/O messages and digital outputs through Serial and Ethernet communication interfaces
Dedicated easy-to-use software interface for fast object detection setup
Unique turn-key solution for object detection includes smart camera, illuminators, connection box and cables
IMPACT+ OBJECT DETECTOR is the most effective machine vision solution for fast and reliable object detection applications for T&L Industry. Based on the P-Series platform, it enables object detection over cross-belts, tilt-trays and other conveyor types ensuring the highest logistic efficiency.
IMPACT+ OBJECT DETECTOR is a turnkey solution including the new P14 Smart Camera powered by an intuitive user-friendly software interface, non-annoying infrared illuminators, connection box and cables for quick installation.The software has been designed to guide users along the configuration process making the inspection configuration quicker and simpler than ever.
Combined with an easy-to-mount infrared bandpass filter, extremely powerful infrared LED illuminators guarantee outstanding robust image acquisition against external light variations without any annoying flashing for operators.
Compared to photo-eye based object detection systems, IMPACT+ OBJECT DETECTOR guarantees detection of even very flat items.
Reference Guide for Impact+ Object Detector Client Software (Configuration UI )
Installs Impact+ Object Detector software to a PC so you can connect to and configure an Impact+ Object Detector camera (Configuration UI)
An interactive tutorial for learning how the Impact+ Object Detector intuitive Configuration Interface makes it easy to solve object detection applications.
Configuration drawings for the Impact + Object Detector Solution
This application provides a low cost solution to inspect an electronic connector with high precision.
Four Impact T20 cameras are used to inspect an empty caulk container before product is loaded into the tubes. The vision systems are required to look for four major defects; 1. The position of the nozzle; 2. The presence of the foil inside the tube; 3. The shape of the open end of the tube; and 4. The seal between the metal end of the tube and the cardboard side of the tube.
A typical connector inspection application would generally require the vision system to inspect the following: pin or contact presence/absence; pin length, width and pitch; contact gap; and implied co-planarity by measuring the distance from a pin or contact to a fixed datum.
Sintered metal parts were inspected for defects and dowel insertion depth as well as determine pick-and-place for part orientation.