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Looking for a very small structured light emitter/camera setup for use in dusty outdoor conditions. Recommendations?


Hello,

please contact me directly via Email to give me more informations about the requirements.

Thank you


Hendrik Schumann - Marketing and Sales Manager
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+4972 (166) 800-4230

I am looking for an inexpensive system that I can use to measure and do capability studies on printed parts. We have two needs: 1) Occasionally measure a single part quickly. By measure I mean to measure the distance between two lines or edges. 2) Do capability studies on a production process that is aimed at finding the causes of variation between two lines on a printed part. This would entail measuring up to about 30 parts at up to about 16 places. This would be occasional use so an inexpensive starter system would be ideal.


Hi Eric, Look to the Raspberry Pi or ODROID and the EyeVision Software, if you want it more robust for direct use in the production line, have a look to the EyeSense Systems. Te are small smart cameras with the EyeVision Software. You can do the described tasks. Michael


Michael Beising - CEO
mmb@evt-web.com
+497 (216) 269-0582

We produce in our company, Behran Toos which is located on Iran, different parts of filters such as different parts of car oil filter. We are looking for a system based on camera to control the flaws of our canister (filter housing).


Dear Mr. Behran, thank you for your question, I think the task can be realized based on the EyeVision software, after all from your brief description I can't answer it completely. So if possible send us some pictures and a more detailed description, so that I can give you a detailed answer. Best regards Michael Beising

mmb@evt-web.com


Michael Beising - CEO
mmb@evt-web.com
+497 (216) 269-0582

Which line scan camera should i use if my Field of view is 1900mm, max speed of sheet being rolled is 15m/sec and i want to cover 1mm in 4 pixels?


As you would like to have 4 pixel for 1 mm in a 1900 mm field of view, I would think a 4x1900= 7600, means a 8k line scan camera is at least neccessary.


Michael Beising - CEO
info@evt-web.com
+4972 (166) 800-4230

Which line scan camera should i use if my Field of view is 1900mm, max speed of sheet being rolled is 15m/sec and i want to cover 1mm in 4 pixels?


It depends on your task, but based on your description I would recommand a 4k kamera with 16KHz Scan rate, I think you will find at DALSA fitting cameras


Michael Beising - CEO
mmb@evt-web.com
+497 (216) 269-0582

I am looking for recommendations for someone who has implemented vision solutions in wood fabrication industry (cabinets/Doors/furniture)...exploring in line applications for color match, gaps and flushness checks


Hi, we made some of these solutions for a machine builder in Italy, for the gaps and other stuff we recommended 3D cameras and added for the color 2D color camera to the system. If you need detailed information, feel free to contact me. Best regards MIchael Beising


Michael Beising - CEO
mmb@evt-web.com
+497 (216) 269-0582

How can I use a area scan camera for defect detection on metal sheet surface being rolled from speed 2 m/sec to 15 m/sec depending upon product? My field of view is 1900 mm. How will i synchronize speed of sheet with camera for accurate distance mapping of defect?


For the synchronisation you can use an encoder. For your field of view you might have to use more than one camera.


Michael Beising - CEO
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+4972 (166) 800-4230

How can I use a area scan camera for defect detection on metal sheet surface being rolled from speed 2 m/sec to 15 m/sec depending upon product? My field of view is 1900 mm. How will i synchronize speed of sheet with camera for accurate distance mapping of defect?


Hi , I would recommand a line scan camera and a encoder at the transport axis, so you get a nearly endless image, after all it's much easier to design a light for a line scan camera.

Hope this will help you, feel free to contact me for further details. Best regards Michael


Michael Beising - CEO
mmb@evt-web.com
+497 (216) 269-0582

I want to detect air bubbles leaking up using a camera. The brazed adapters are loaded in an air under water tester. When the brazed area has voids the high pressure air leaks air bubbles from inside the adapter to the outside water. Can a camera detect the air bubbles and provide signal?


You can use any camera and a fitting light source to do it. With the right combination, you can simply use a Blobtool and detect and count the bubbles. If you want to try it - you can download the EyeVision - select in the hardware the camera you have even a cheap webcam would do it for this task.


Michael Beising - CEO
mmb@evt-web.com
+497 (216) 269-0582

Looking for existing solutions for a mobile thermal application using an existing camera. We have a thermal camera - 640 x 480, 60fps, 8bit (or more) pixels. Currently, using a Pleora frame grabber GigE over Ethernet/PoE with a PC for lab and industrial apps. Desire to make a mobile system: same camera, frame rate, etc. User can start and stop acquisition. Store up to 20 - 30mins of video, which should be ~32GB+. Size, weight, and power need to be low. Seems system elements are: 1) Camera, 2) Grabber, 3) uP or other controller, 4) Storage. Any items exist that you know of? P.S. We believe we have a solution using an Intel Atom in ultra-compact format, but power hungry. Any other, like ARM + Storage solutions?


Are you still on the search, we do have a solution based on a thermal camera connected to an ZYNQ ARM baord with a LVDS Interface to the camera. But you can also use a cheap standard ARM board with a USB Thermal camera. So for instance you can use a Raspberry PI and the USB Thermal camera.


Michael Beising - CEO
mmb@evt-web.com
+497 (216) 269-0582