(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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Color sensors have long been used on assembly lines to detect specific components. The challenge has been to detect subtle differences among similar or highly reflective colors. For example, metallic... (View Full Article)
(Proximity or Presence Sensing)
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Industrial assembly and inspection operations benefit from several light-based sensing technologies. Noncontact photoelectric sensors detect product presence/absence at distances from millimeters to... (View Full Article)
(Sensors, Transducers and Detectors)
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As the demand for products in the world-market continues to push production, the requirements for high-speed automated processes capable of providing these products and components at lower cost and... (View Full Article)
(Vision and Color Sensing)
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Ultraviolet (UV) inspection techniques can be applied to a wide range of processes, from medical to automotive to glass manufacturing and product packaging. It often involves verification of the... (View Full Article)
(Proximity or Presence Sensing)
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Engineers have several choices to sense the presence of objects or information: machine vision systems and photoelectric sensors have been common selections. Recently, manufacturers have enhanced UV... (View Full Article)
(Vision and Color Sensing)
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Raw sugar producer supplying sugar to customers with lower ICUMSA colour (higher quality) than specified in order to prevent customer rejection results in increased production costs. Current... (View Full Article)