Cognex color vision system features intuitive interface

The In-Sight 7010C entry-level color vision system from Cognex features 24-bit color resolution that accurately identifies 16 million color variations, supporting industrial applications.

Cognex color vision system features intuitive interface
Cognex color vision system features intuitive interface

The In-Sight 7010C entry-level color vision system features 24-bit color resolution that accurately identifies 16 million color variations, supporting industrial applications such as tire model indentification and fuse identification in the automotive industry; product flavor to product packaging validation in food and beverage production; keypad color verification and connector-wire color sequence confirmation in the electronics industry; and tablet, vial, or capsule identification in pharmaceutical manufacturing. Additional color models, the In-Sight 7200C, 7400C, and 7402C, address more complex applications involving logic or color composition, as well as those demanding higher resolution or speed. The EasyBuilder interface enables beginning users to set up color identification, pattern finding, and measurement tasks.
Cognex
Natick, MA, USA


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NEW PRODUCT PRESS RELEASE

COGNEX INTRODUCES ENTRY-LEVEL VISION SYSTEM FOR COLOR APPLICATIONS

Cognex Corporation (NASDAQ: CGNX), the world's leading supplier of machine vision systems, has introduced the In-Sight 7010C, an entry-level color vision system that can
distinguish parts by color. The system features 24-bit color resolution that accurately identifies 16 million color variations-more than the human eye can detect. Many industries use color identification, including:
- Automotive: tire model identification; fuse verification
- Food and beverage: product flavor to product packaging validation
- Electronic hardware: keypad color verification; connector wire color sequence confirmation
- Pharmaceutical: tablet, vial or capsule identification.

Along with the In-Sight 7010C, Cognex is introducing three additional color models, the In-Sight 7200C, 7400C and 7402C. These systems solve more complex applications involving logic or color composition, as well as those requiring higher resolution or faster execution.

"The introduction of the In-Sight 7010C means our customers now have a single product family that can extend from their simple color detection applications up to the power of the In-Sight 7402C for their most complex color applications," says Herbert Lade, Vice President and Business Unit Manager, Vision Systems. Lade adds, "And thanks to the intuitive EasyBuilder interface, even the novice user can deploy the powerful Cognex vision tools available in the In-Sight 7010C, including color identification, pattern finding and measurement."

Like the existing suite of award-winning In-Sight 7000 vision systems, the new color models have cost-saving features that simplify integration, including:
- Compact, IP67-rated housing
- Robust factory communications capabilities
- Autofocus technology
- Integrated lighting options.

The In-Sight 7000 color models are available now. For more information, visit www.cognex.com/IS7000.

About Cognex
Cognex Corporation designs, develops, manufactures and markets a range of products that incorporate sophisticated machine vision technology that gives them the ability to “see.” Cognex products include bar code readers, machine vision sensors and machine vision systems that are used in factories, warehouses and distribution centers around the world to guide, gauge, inspect, identify and assure the quality of items during the manufacturing and distribution process. Cognex is the world's leader in the machine vision industry, having shipped more than 850,000 vision-based products, representing over $3 billion in cumulative revenue, since the company's founding in 1981. Headquartered in Natick, Massachusetts, USA, Cognex has regional offices and distributors located throughout North America, Japan, Europe, Asia and Latin America.


SOURCE: Cognex

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