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Camera for pick-and-place robots

Camera for pick-and-place robots
Omron FQ-M vision sensor

Omron FQ-M vision sensorCompact, and with a processing speed of 5000 pieces per minute with full 360 degree rotation, the FQ-M vision sensor comes with Ethernet and EtherCAT embedded for ease of integration into any environment, and it includes an incremental encoder for ease of tracking and calibration. According to the manufacturer, the FQ-M is easily configured for guidance of dynamic pick-and-place robots using the company's Sysmac Studio software, and it is complemented by the palm-sized TouchFinder console for local monitoring and access to functions and settings. The FQ-M is a smart camera designed to meet all the needs of demanding object recognition and tracking applications, combining a camera, image processing functionality and flexible communications options into a single compact package. The vision sensor ensures stable and robust shape-based detection even under changeable environmental conditions, and has been designed for the inspection of a wide range of objects.


Omron, 847-849-7900

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