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FHV7H-M016-S06-IR
FHV7 MON 1.6MP 6MM AF LENS INR
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FHV7H-M032-S06
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FHV7H-M004-S16-MC
FHV7 MON 0.4MP16MM AF LNS MCOL
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FHV7H-M004-S12-W
FHV7 MON .4MP 12MM AF LENS WLT
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FHV7H-M004-H06-MC
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FHV7H-M004-H19-R
FHV7 MON 0.4MP 19MM AF HS RLT
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FHV7H-C032-S25
FHV7 COLOR 3.2MP 25MM AF LENS
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FIS-6300-5008G
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FHV7 MON 1.6MP9MM AF LNS W LT
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FHV7H-C004-S12-W
FHV7 MON 0.4MP12MM AF LNS WLT
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FHV7H-C004-H06
FHV7 CLR 0.4MP 6MM AF HS LENS
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Machine Vision - Cameras/Sensors

Machine vision cameras and sensors are integral components of machine imaging systems that enable the collection of still or moving images for inspection, evaluation, and identification purposes. These systems encompass a range of devices including bar and 2D code readers, imaging cameras, laser displacement sensors, and inspection cameras. When selecting these components, several factors need to be considered, such as the maximum and minimum visual field, resolution, light source, scan rate, sensor type, and mounting type. One of the key considerations when choosing machine vision cameras and sensors is the visual field. The visual field determines the area that the camera or sensor can capture and analyze. It can vary from narrow fields for detailed inspections to wider fields for capturing larger objects or areas. By selecting a camera or sensor with an appropriate visual field, users can ensure that the desired objects or labels are effectively captured and processed. Resolution is another important factor to consider. It refers to the level of detail and clarity in the captured images. Higher resolution cameras or sensors offer finer image details, which can be crucial for accurate inspection, evaluation, or identification tasks. Choosing a camera or sensor with the right resolution ensures that the required information is captured with the desired level of precision. The choice of light source is also critical in machine vision systems. Different lighting options, such as LED, halogen, or laser, can significantly impact the quality and accuracy of the captured images. The selection of an appropriate light source depends on factors such as the type of objects or labels being inspected, the surface materials, and the desired image contrast. Selecting the right light source ensures optimal illumination for clear and reliable image analysis. Scan rate is another consideration when selecting machine vision cameras and sensors. It represents the speed at which images are captured and processed. Higher scan rates are necessary for applications involving fast-moving objects or high-speed production lines. By choosing a camera or sensor with a suitable scan rate, users can ensure that the system can keep up with the required inspection or identification speed. Sensor type and mounting type are additional factors to consider. Different sensor types, such as CMOS or CCD, offer varying performance characteristics and suitability for specific applications. The mounting type refers to how the camera or sensor is installed or positioned in the imaging system, whether it be fixed mount, tripod mount, or other types of mounting arrangements. These factors should be chosen based on the specific requirements and constraints of the application. In summary, machine vision cameras and sensors play a crucial role in machine imaging systems for inspection, evaluation, and identification purposes. By considering factors such as visual field, resolution, light source, scan rate, sensor type, and mounting type, users can select the most appropriate components for their specific application needs. These devices contribute to improved quality control, automation, and efficiency in industries where image analysis is critical for object or label recognition, inspection, and overall process optimization.