SICK Launches Machine Vision System for Inspection

June 20, 2024
The device enables a combination of AI-enabled and rules-based algorithms for inspection tasks.

SICK recently launched the Inspector83x 2D vision sensor. It is a stand-alone solution for automated inspection tasks such as defect detection and sorting, processing data on the device at a rate of up to 15 inspections per second. The system also handles OCR/OCV tasks.

The sensor system enables a combination of AI-enabled and rules-based algorithms. AI-enabled algorithms can be trained with a handful of images directly on the device. With up to 5 MPixel resolution and built-in lighting, it includes a quad-core CPU, dual-port Ethernet fieldbus ports, C-mount lens threading and a port to add external illumination. It comes with SICK Nova, the company’s configurable machine vision software with user interface.  

Contact: SICK

Headquarters: Waldkirch, Germany

Product: Inspector83x 2D vision sensor.

Key Features: All-in-one solution, 5MPixel resolution, 15 inspections per second 

What SICK says: View more information on Inspector83x 2D vision sensor.

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