Things to Look for in a Vision Sensor - Flexible Modular Design
Feature #4: Flexible, modular design
Are you looking for a vision sensor to help with simple presence/absence inspections on your manufacturing floor? On paper, all vision sensors look like they could get the job done. But, selecting a sensor with 5 specific features will help ensure your error-proofing applications run smoothly and accurately.
When space on the production line is at a premium, it can sometimes be difficult to mount a vision sensor in the precise location to achieve the optimal field of view, image resolution and part illumination. Finding a vision sensor that is ready to go, right out-of-the-box and which fits into any space will get your inspections up and running quicker and easier. In-Sight 2000 vision sensors can be configured for in-line and right-angle mounting installation. This modular body design provides maximum flexibility to mount in limited spaces, simplifies optical paths and cable routing, and minimizes the need to design new mechanical fixtures.
This article is one of a series of five articles on things to look for in a vision sensor, to continue reading select from the list below:
Things to Look for in a Vision Sensor:Read Part 1: Proven vision tools
Read Part 2: Easy to Set Up
Read Part 3: Integrated, powerful lighting
Read Part 5: Standardized setup environment