Machine Vision Systems from Festo

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March 21, 2022

 

From inspection to identification, barcode reading to robotic guidance, measurement to color analysis, Festo provides machine vision solutions to suit your needs. With higher resolutions, more powerful software tools, easier integration and more flexibility, the latest generation of SBS vision sensors provide the right features and tools to meet your demanding machine vision requirements.

High Resolution

A 5 megapixel sensor provides high resolution images for applications that require precision measurement and the detection of small details. Auto-focus and auto-exposure make finding the perfect image simple. 1.5 megapixel and 0.5 megapixel sensors are also available for applications requiring lower resolutions. 

Powerful Software Tools

The SBS Vision Sensor software provides easy access to all cameras on the network and powerful configuration tools to solve every machine vision task. 

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For applications ranging from inspection and identification to measurement and color analysis, SBS vision sensors can detect it easily and accurately. This powerful imaging is integrated directly into the sensor, meaning no separate control or valuable space in the cabinet is required.

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Easy Integration

All SBS vision sensors come in the same mechanical housing, with the same dovetail mount and electrical connections, making them easy to integrate anywhere on the factory floor. 

Seamless integration to PLCs and robotic controllers is supported via digital IO signals and robust Ethernet communications. 

Maximum Flexibility

SBSA vision sensors come with integrated lens and lighting. Multiple focal lengths provide wide, medium, and narrow fields of view. Eight integrated LEDs in red, white, or near-infrared provide the right illumination every time. 

SBSX vision sensors provide C mounts for use with interchangeable lenses, telecentric and custom lenses. Electrical connections for controlling external surface and ring lights ensure accurate triggers for perfectly illuminated images.

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