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          Newsletter 2017

          December 19, 2017

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          [Special Issue] New Product Releases 2017

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          [NEW!] Image Dimension Measurement System IM-7000
          The latest evolution of the KEYENCE IM Series enables new inspections on a wider range of parts:
          ·Larger 200 x 200mm stage
          ·4x the measurement volume of previous generations of the IM Series
          ·New Light Probe for measurement of internal features
          [NEW!] Digital Microscope VHX-6000
          KEYENCE's new and improved digital microscope, the VHX-6000:
          ·Instantly optimise lighting settings at the push of a button
          ·Retrospectively adjust lighting settings from saved images
          ·Improved 3D magnified observation and measurement
          [New Product] All-in-One, Eight-Colour Illumination
          Completely new Eight-Colour Illumination and Inspection Algorithms allow new inspection options:
          ·Detect even the slightest variations in colour
          ·Eliminate halation on reflective targets
          ·Rapidly identify the optimal lighting for your application
          [New Product] The SR-2000 Code Reader
          All of our code-reading know-how and advanced technology for more options over conventional devices:
          ·Twice the field of view
          ·Twice the depth of field
          ·Twice the reading distance
          [New Product] Do-It-All Detection Sensor
          Discover how the new LR-ZH all-purpose laser sensor can help your processes:
          ·Detects based on both distance and intensity
          ·Stable detection across dark, metal and even transparent targets
          ·Detect targets stably over 19" (500mm) away

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