Vision sensors

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Vision sensors
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Vision Sensor weQubeVision

The weQubeVision is based on the wenglor MultiCore technology...

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Perceptron has a dedicated gruop devoted to establishing partnerships with OEMs who wish to incorporate Perceptron sensing technology into their application specific solutions. We have partnered with multiple manufacturers to expand our market exposure and provide our partners with state-of-the-art sensing technology. Below are a few examples of solutions powered...


The GUARDIAN 1 is an overhead sensor for pedestrian sliding doors. The sensor has combined motion and presence (safe) detection zones. The sensor is based on CMOS camera technology and detection...


The COSI 221 is the most popular sensor worldwide for verification of the...


ROBO-PAL™ is an intelligent hybrid sensing system for robotic location and measurement. The...


Reflective Object Sensor

• Low profile to facilitate stacking
• Low cost plastic housing
• Choice of phototransistor or photodarlington output


We live in a 3D world with manufacturing processes that demand high speed and highly accurate part inspection. Machine vision solutions designed to support automated production can...


Cloud Storage, Download and Analysis

The AMR Smart meter camera and data logger based...


The Vision Sensor from Hexagon Metrology is designed to measure the image processing for Optiv measuring machines. The measurements are performed without any contact with even...


How to choose this product


A vision sensor is a very simple camera used as a sensor. It replaces a photoelectric sensor in specific applications for which the latter is not suited.


Vision sensors are versatile. They are found in parts inspection and sorting, color recognition and for the optical control of bottle filling. They are used for tasks beyond the capabilities of traditional sensors, including production quality control (texture sensing) and detection of label printing errors.


The performance of these devices depends on the capabilities of their image sensors (speed, image quality, etc.). Speed and low price make CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensors the most common type. Vision sensors also include lighting (usually powerful LEDs), control elements (microprocessor plus FPGA micro-controller) and a communications interface, usually Ethernet.

How to choose

Choice will depend on specific application, though these devices can be programmed to perform a wide range of tasks. Image treatment speed is another important factor.


- Fast and compact
- Sealed case
- Integrated lighting
- Network-capable

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