The IP 64 housing and homogenous integrated illumination and lens make it easy to mount in the smallest and most hostile factory environments. A robust CMOS sensor allows inspection of very glossy objects without glaring or blooming and a lightning fast processing speed of up to 2.5 ms makes even the fastest moving applications possible.
The ICS 100 is equipped with a variety of algorithms, including pixel sum, minimum pixel sum, multi-area evaluation and shape check to be sure that one will work for any application need.
The ICS 100 retains whatever you teach it. During the process, the sensor compares the current image with the images it has been taught. As soon as an image appears in the viewfinder, which coincides sufficiently with the taught information, the corresponding output is triggered.
The compact and practical ICS 100 is a complete system can be installed anywhere an intelligent sensor is required.
A true machine vision solution, the ICS 100 is capable of pattern matching, presence monitoring, shape verification, position and dimension verification, object detection and completeness verification.
SICK, Inc. is the North American subsidiary of SICK AG, a worldwide manufacturer of factory automation sensor technology. With over 350 patents in photoelectric sensors, safety controls and bar code scanners, SICK continues to lead the industry in new product innovations. The diversity of our product line allows us to offer solutions at every phase of production in the automotive, packaging, electronics, food and beverage, and material handling markets. SICK AG is a German-based company founded in 1946 and has operations or representation in 65 countries worldwide. SICK Inc. is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, and just celebrated its 25th anniversary.
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