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In-Sight Vision Systems

Easy to use, industrial-grade smart cameras with advanced machine vision technology

In-Sight Vision Systems Features

Cognex In-Sight® vision systems are unmatched in their ability to inspect, identify and guide parts. These self-contained, industrial-grade vision systems combine a library of advanced vision tools with high-speed image acquisition and processing. A wide range of models including line scan, the highest resolution color systems, and the smallest 5MP stand alone vision system you can get meet all price and performance requirements. Best of all, configuring and deploying an In-Sight vision system has never been easier.

Highest resolution, highest performance from a machine vision system
The true test of a vision system is that it works under real world conditions on the factory floor. This principle is what ensures that In-Sight vision systems can give you reliable, repeatable performance even in the most challenging vision applications.

Exceptional application and integration flexibility
The flexibility of the In-Sight family of vision systems can be defined in a number of ways:

  • Processing power
  • Resolution
  • Vision tools
  • Connectivity
  • Operator interface

Easy to deploy and maintain
With the In-Sight EasyBuilder® configuration software, even the most powerful vision tools are accessible to users with little vision experience. With In-Sight vision systems, you have the tools you need to keep your line operating on schedule and at full throughput:

  • TestRun system validation,
  • Cognex Connect suite of communications protocols, and
  • Cognex Explorer control center

For more information on the In-Sight Series and other Cognex products:
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Product Guide

Learn about the entire In-Sight family of vision systems

On-Demand Webinar

Color or monochrome vision systems? Which are right for your job?

Expert Guide

When to Choose a Color Vision System for Your Application