Industrial Automation

Vision sensor InspectorPI50 - SICK

Position, inspect and connect with the PI50 vision sensor. The PI50 provides flexibility in high-speed positioning and inspection applications. With its powerful toolbox and variety of interfaces, the PI50 is the optimal choice for machine integration. With the InspectorPI50, users can easily build their own operator interfaces, as well as operate the vision sensor from any computer or operator panel that contains a standard web browser. The PI50 is available in a white or IR ring light option.

InspectorPI50 is a 2D vision sensor for high-speed positioning and inspection applications.
InspectorPI50 is configured through the SOPAS Single Device tool to analyze specific vision tasks and to communicate over different interfaces.
After finished configuration, InspectorPI50 is running stand alone and continously reporting the result over the configured interface.
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These are the main steps to get the InspectorPI50 ready for operation:
1. Mechanical and electrical set up.
2. Connect the InspectorPI50 in Sopas Single Device.
3. Teach a reference image.
4. Apply tool configuration for the image analysis.
5. Configure result output and interface.
  • High-speed positioning and inspection;
  • Expanded toolbox for locating taught-in and free-form objects;
  • Multiple, simultaneous inspection of blobs, patterns, edges and pixel counting;
  • Easy device cloning via the web interface;
  • Image calibration, including mm output;
  • Configurable communication through EtherNet/IP and TCP/IP;
  • HMI integration via web API;
  • Simple, out-of-the-box web server. 
  • Powerful yet simple tools enable flexibility in various positioning and inspection applications;
  • Device cloning saves time in deployment using only standard web browser;
  • Web interface enables import/export of unlimited number of reference objects, increasing  production flexibility;
  • Ethernet communication and web API gives excellent connectivity and freedom to customize user’s HMI;
  • The built-in web server is an easy and cost-efficient way to monitor the production process;
  • The image calibration ensures reliable inspection results on moving and rotated objects in tilted setups, or when using wide angle lenses;
  • Result calibration gives easy-to-use mm data, simplifying alignment and gripping.
  • Integrated quality control in packaging machines;
  • Solar wafer alignment and edge damage detection;
  • Fiducial alignment in semiconductor, electronics, solar, and flat panel display industries;
  • Positioning control in commercial goods production;
  • Belt picking with inspection in part production;
  • Calibrated robot guidance in automotive manufacturing.
F.Fonseca is the representative of the SICK in Portugal.
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