Sick offers a simple solution to ensure good quality in industrial automation with its new all-in-one vision sensors Quality Inspection SensorApp and InspectorP62x. The SensorApp is pre-installed on Sick's entire InspectorP6xx range of 2D vision sensors, providing flexibility for different application requirements.
High product and process quality is an important task in every production plant. Quality control must also be automated, especially in the context of increasing automation. While customers benefit from high quality products, businesses benefit from increased throughput and production speed with reduced rejection rates and reduced downtime.
With Sick's new InspectorP6xx 2D vision sensor combined with the Quality Inspection SensorApp, production, assembly and packaging control or part location and measurement can now be easily automated.
Even the control by counting and measuring of product characteristics is not a challenge for the new sensor solution. The SensorApp guarantees that the products produced have exactly the required quality.
Using the Sick Nova framework, applications can be solved from a web browser by configuring and combining image processing and integration tools as needed. User can easily add standard and custom Sick Nova tools to extend functionality. Custom tools are user-defined and quickly resolve specific control needs. They can be created by anyone with a Sick AppSpace license.
With its new InspectorP62x, Sick has launched an all-in-one industrial vision sensor to the market. The 2D vision sensor is easy to use, compact and versatile.
The integrated electronically adjustable optics and flexible lighting system provide high quality images immediately after unboxing. Users, whether experienced or not, can configure the sensor in no time with an accessible and intuitive web user interface.
The InspectorP62x is programmable and can be configured using the AppSpace Sick. The functionality of the InspectorP62x can be extended or replaced by customer specific developments as needed, thanks to the growing number of Sick Nova tools and SensorApps developed by Sick.
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