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The latest vision system from PPT Vision (Bloomington, MN) allows users to perform up to four unique inspections that can be initiated independently-at different times or simultaneously-utilizing a single vision processor. The Impact M-Series Embedded Vision System is said to realize cost savings by eliminating the need to purchase multiple systems for separate inspection/guidance programs, as well as greatly reducing setup and networking time.

September 29, 2010

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Independent initiation of unique inspections

The latest vision system from PPT Vision (Bloomington, MN) allows users to perform up to four unique inspections that can be initiated independently-at different times or simultaneously-utilizing a single vision processor. The Impact M-Series Embedded Vision System is said to realize cost savings by eliminating the need to purchase multiple systems for separate inspection/guidance programs, as well as greatly reducing setup and networking time.

NF_100929_PPT_lo_res.jpgUnlike other smart cameras, no PC is required for configuring and operating the Impact M-Series Embedded Vision System. The M-Series embedded M40 processor eliminates the need for a separate computer for programming and operation, creating a straightforward, networked smart camera vision system. The M40 Processor utilizes PPT Vision's universal Impact software, which works with the Windows XP, and features direct connections to a monitor, keyboard and mouse. Users are empowered to program and operate the Impact vision system directly from the M40 processor. The M40 Processor utilizes the Windows XP operating system to simply transmit data and images, connecting directly to databases, SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) systems and other business system software.

The M-Series embedded vision processor is an ideal solution for inspecting dimensions, coplanarity, positioning and identification markings-both human readable text labels and barcodes. M-Series vision systems also excel at differentiating parts, locating defects and detecting flaws on four sides of a part. Typical applications include inspecting electronic connectors and detection of fill level and cap position on bottles. -[email protected]

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