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CV-X series - Intuitive Vision System

State-of-the-art algorithms are available for anyone.
Quick and easy setup.
One system can handle all applications due to the wide variety of supporting products.

VHX-6000 series - Digital Microscope

Next-generation optical microscope with a large depth-of-field and advanced measurement capabilities for inspection and failure analysis.

SR-2000 series - 1D/2D Code Reader

Obtain a wider field of view and greater depth of field at a longer range. Work as fast as the targets can move. No experience is required to master the SR-2000 Series. Just install the reader for vastly improved reading range and achieve even better reading stability.

Featured Shows

August 28, 2017
  • Digital Microscopy Techniques with Illustrated Examples
  • Improve Output with Our Beginner's Guide to Sensors
  • Introduction to Laser Marking
  • Automated Measurement Device that Requires No Training
  • Select Your Ideal Static Eliminator
  • Vision System Techniques for In-line Applications
  • Find the Best Code Reader for Your Application
August 21, 2017
  • [NEW!] VHX-6000 Microscope with Adaptive Lighting Functions
  • [NEW!] Measure the Previously Unmeasurable - Instantly!
  • Improve Processing Time by Reading Moving Codes
  • [NEW] A New Standard in Safety Laser Scanners
  • Combined Laser Marking and Capture
  • Perform Thickness Measurements More Quickly and Accurately
  • Expert Vision System Techniques from Image Processing Professionals
  • Select Your Ideal Static Eliminator
August 14, 2017
  • Easier and More Accurate Step Measurements
  • Making Traceability Easy
  • Eight Advantages of Switching to Digital Microscopes
  • Dimension Inspection as a Sales Tool
  • Detect ANY Change in Appearance with a Self-Contained Sensor!
  • Vision System Techniques for In-line Applications
  • New Code Reading Ideas
  • A Contact Sensor for Every Application

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