DoAll from Smart Vision Lights

MC Do All from Smart Vision Lights 1 400

June 16, 2022


Unprecedented flexibility

The DoAll light is an all-in-one solution unprecedented in its flexibility for machine vision illumination applications. Combined in a single unit are a dome light, two angles of dark field illumination, and a four-quadrant, multispectral ring light.

The DoAll is particularly useful for robotic and other flexible automation systems.

Ring light
The ring light has red, green, blue, white and 850 nm NIR channels which can be mixed for any color or VIS + NIR inspections.

Dome light
The dome light provides diffuse illumination for electronics inspection and other final feature inspection where hot spots and shadows pose a challenge.

Dark field ring lights
The two angles of dark field ring lights provide versatility and can illuminate a wide range of scenes, ranging from fine surface textures to larger features such as screws.

Four-quadrant ring light
The four-quadrant ring light enables 3D photometric inspections.

One light to do it all

The new DoAll light gives you all these functions and features in a single light enclosure. Initially designed to be mounted at the end of a robotic arm, the DoAll includes multiple ports for connecting auxiliary lights such as spots or linear lights. It is part of an advanced illumination system that includes the light, a sequencing controller, a 4ZMD (four zone) LED driver, and cables. The DoAll Light comes with many options including LED colors and optics.


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