Vision Sensor: Definition, Types, Features And Its Uses
Vision Sensor (วิชันเซนเซอร์, which is the term in Thai) is used for multiple parts to work which generally comprises the Display, video camera, and computer interface. Like in smart cameras, the sensor contains an integral processor that works magnificently and enhances the performance of the camera even more. It provides the data interchange between the computer interface and video camera. This sensor is widely used in various plant and industrial processes. In a more specific way, they are also used for various engineering and scientific purposes
Image Sensor Capabilities And How Does It Work?
- The sensors vision software is designed with smooth navigation. It allows users to do an easy set without taking any headaches.
- Even they also provide single and number of points inspections with committing processing.
- To establish a better and faster communication channel, it is capable to transfer data from one system to another.
- Ethernet is important too, therefore they also offer built-in ethernet communication.
- It is way too easy to integrate into the larger system, which is also very effective as well as essential.
Some Important Feature Of The Sensor
There is some more exciting feature that has been added in the Vision Sensor recently, which make it even more effective and powerful. A single sensor is enough to solve multiple issues such as detecting multiple items on each target, detecting multiple targets, and changing the detection target. All these issues can be handled by a single sensor. Also, it offers a high degree of freedom to use the application anywhere. Only a single sensor can be used in the place of so many sensors.
Different Types Of Image Sensor
The Monochrome mode using the monochrome mode sensor vision, you can easily identify the contrast between black and white regions. In this model, you can capture the image by your camera which will pass through the lens and will be converted into an electrical signal. Then you can determine the brightness and shape of the object by its intensity from each pixel.
The Color Mode
The next model is Color Mode which determines each color and even though the intensity of the color is minimal. Now, the light which has been received can be apart into multiple colors. It starts with red and then turns green and finally turns into a blue color. Then you can easily determine the different objects by their color rather than determine from their intensity.