This webcast looks at three main trends in machine vision lighting,specifically, the need for lights with nanosecond response times versus today’s millisecond trigger/rise/fall times; the need to manage multiple lights, whether it be for multispectral applications or large-area, vision-guided-robotics multi-light installations.
Finally, the optical performance of new classes of high performance lights requires a multidisciplinary light design approach that includes electronic, optical, and mechanical engineering skillsets to optimize and balance the performance of each component within the lighting solution design. Presented by Paul Powers, Director of Sales – Americas, Smart Vision Lights, the webcast will conclude with a Q&A session.
The growing need for precision in LED lighting
Paul Powers, Director of Sales - Americas, Smart Vision Lights
September 24, 2018 11:00 AM EDT
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