In-Sight 2000 Vision Sensor Features
Cognex In-Sight 2000 vision sensors combine the power of In-Sight vision systems with the simplicity and affordability of an industrial sensor. Ideal for solving error-proofing applications, these vision sensors set new standards for value, ease of use, and flexibility and can adapt to virtually any production line environment. Key features include:
- Powerful In-Sight vision tools
- Easy setup with EasyBuilder
- Field interchangeable lighting and optics
- Modular body design
Powerful In-Sight Vision Tools
Proven In-Sight vision tools--including pattern, pixel count, brightness, contrast, and edge tools—solve simple location, presence/absence, measurement, and counting applications. In-Sight 2000 vision sensors can inspect multiple targets within a single image, as well as perform multiple inspection types relying on different tools. When increased functionality or capability is required, Cognex offers models with toolsets that include image filters, OCR, blob, and numeric data output and models with resolution up to 1280 x 960 (1.2MP).
Easy Set-Up with EasyBuilder
Even novice users can achieve reliable inspection performance using In-Sight Explorer software with EasyBuilder’s simple, intuitive interface—the same one used in all In-Sight vision systems. For more complex pass/fail and go/no-go inspections, users can build on their experience to create vision applications using more advanced In-Sight vision systems in the same In-Sight Explorer interface.
Modular Body and Lighting
The In-Sight 2000 series features a modular design with field changeable lights, lenses, filters and covers that make it easy to choose the correct configuration for your work cell. A modular body design:
- Provides maximum flexibility to mount in tight spaces
- Simplifies wiring and optical paths
- Minimizes the need to design new mechanical fixtures
Configurable in-line or right-angle mounting provides maximum flexibility in tight spaces. An integrated, patent-pending LED ring light produces even, diffuse illumination across the entire image, minimizing the need for costly external lighting.