Vision system designed for precise coordination for robot series

The ST-RVS vision system by ST Robotics is designed to measure to that can measure to 0.1mm and consists of a GigE camera and a C-mount lens with zoom, focus, exposure control, and LED lighting.

05/17/2015


The ST-RVS vision system by ST Robotics is designed to measure to that can measure to 0.1mm and consists of a GigE camera and a C-mount lens with zoom, focus, exposure control, and LED lighting. Courtesy: ST RoboticsThe ST-RVS vision system by ST Robotics is designed to measure to that can measure to 0.1mm and send precise coordinates of an object to the robot. The vision system is compatible with the full range of ST-Robotics' arms and controller. The ST-RVS vision system sends coordinates to the robot, which orients the gripper, regardless of the object's position. The vision system consists of a GigE camera and a C-mount lens with zoom, focus, exposure control, and LED lighting. The hardware and RobWin software are easily installed on the user's PC. A second serial channel connects to the robot controller, allowing real-time programming and testing of the communication with the camera. The vision system is designed for the automotive, consumer, electronics, packaging, and pharmaceutical industries.

ST Robotics

www.strobotics.com 

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