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In-Sight 5000 Industrial Vision Systems

Rugged, industrial cameras for high performance machine vision applications

In-Sight 5000 Industrial Vision Systems Specifications

Size5xxx: 52 mm x 41.4 mm x 61.4mm
HousingIP67 (NEMA 6); Die-cast aluminum
ConnectorsIndustrial M12 connectors
Integrated LightingRing Type -Dark Field: Red / White and Bright Field Red / White; Integrated power and control for external lights

Model specifications

ModelSpeedImage Capture Rate (FPS)Resolution (in pixels)User InterfaceVision Tools
In-Sight 540312x151600 x 1200EXEBEXIP
In-Sight 5400C8x60640 x 480EXEBCEXIP
In-Sight 540012x60640 x 480EXEBEXIP
In-Sight 5100C4x60640 x 480EXEBCEXIP
In-Sight 51004x60640 x 480EXEBEXIP
In-Sight 541012x60640 x 480EXEBI
In-Sight 541312x151600 x 1200EXEBI
In-Sight 51104x60640 x 480EXEBI
  1. Speed rating compared to In-Sight Micro 1020 model and does not include image capture rate. The 5604 and 5614 models have acquisition speed rated in lines per second.
  2. Image Capture Rate is based on minimum exposure, and a full image frame capture.
  3. User Interface:
    EX In-Sight Explorer spreadsheet programming environment
    EB EasyBuilder interface
  4. Supported Tools:
    C Color model available (color tool sets vary).
    E Essential Tool Set includes: blob, edge, curve and line finding, histogram and geometry tools, image filters, pattern matching, and standard calibration.
    X Extended Tool Set includes: non-linear calibration and caliper tool. PatMax® option available.
    P PatMax available.
    I ID Tool Set includes: 1-D/2-D barcode reading and verification, text reading and verification (OCR/OCV) and image filters.

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