Sharpshooter vision-based sensors from Balluff, Florence, KY, offer 360° part rotation recognition. All configured inspections are compensated for the parts rotation, minimizing the need to tightly fixture parts. Output logic functionality provides the ability to link any tool or combination of tools to any output. The sensors use ConVis configuration and emulation software that provides dynamic host configuration protocol for remotely assigning IP addresses and rotatable tool regions. The single-unit sensors provide part or feature presence or absence and inspection, position detection, and dimension verification.
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