Vision Sensor

Vision Sensors

In this article, we list the functionality of our vision sensors to enable you to determine if they are the right type of vision sensor for your application. 

At Treotham, we take pride in bringing our customers closer to world-class industrial automation products and systems. 

By creating partnerships with renowned international suppliers, we deliver fast and affordable services to any industry regardless of how simple or complex your application needs may be.

Governed by a rigorous supply chain system, our multiple warehouses in Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Sydney ensure that your products are delivered in the most efficient and cost effective way possible.

Find out more about machine vision sensors below. 

Types Of Vision Sensors

Two types of vision sensors we have available in our range are: 

  1. Wenglor BS40 Machine Vision Sensors: The world's smallest Vision Sensor for image processing in sensor format with fast and reliable color image processing. Includes camera, optics, illumination and analysis modules within the compact housing. 
  2. Wenglor weQubeVision: Based on Wenglor MultiCore technology (which connects five high-performance processors with a novel software concept) this vision sensor offers numerous image processing functions. It incorporates innovative 3D Tracking for optimal object detection, a color chip that enables numerous color applications and maximum flexibility with the utmost reliability. It is available in hardware variants equipped with auto-focus or C mount threaded connection.

Download the Sensor Short Form Catalogue for detailed technical specifications. 

Functionality of Our Vision Sensors
weQubeVision

Wenglor machine vision sensors are ideal for use in applications that require fast and accurate image processing in a compact housing.

With built in autofocus technology, the sensor allows easy integration to existing machinery applications.

It contains a range of versatile functions, such as:

  • Pixel comparison
  • Presence check
  • Shape analysis
  • Reference image comparison
  • Colour analysis
  • Function linking

Find out about the Types of Vision Sensors Available

Contact us to speak with a trained engineer to find out more about our range of vision sensors. We have many different products to choose from and can help identify the right sensor for your needs.


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