This week, we are highlighting Power Flash technology from our solutions partner, CCS, as well as sharing some news and announcements from other companies.
From Global Automation and Identification Group, this is New & Notable for Wednesday, June 17th, 2020.
New & Notable is a weekly series covering the news, announcements, and product highlights of our solutions partners, as well as other companies with something new and interesting to share. Our focus is on vision, inspection, and automation solutions for the automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, and consumer packaging industries.
The PF Series from CCS and CCS America is a collection of high-power LED strobe lights and controllers that represents their “power flash” technology. It was developed to support manufacturing processes needing high-speed imaging due to fast-moving parts, as well a lot of required lighting.
What sets a PF Series solution apart from other solutions is its extreme light output, up to 7 million lux; super-fast strobe times that can range from 1 to 100 microseconds; special high-output LED lights with dedicated control units that are available with 4 channels; ethernet & parallel interfaces; 512 light levels; delay function; and high brightness comparable to xenon flash lamps, but without all of their drawbacks. A PF Series solution achieves a brightness that is at least 8 times greater than strobe lighting in conventional products.
Run your line faster with the PF Series. With a higher brightness compared to xenon lighting and 48 models available in a variety of lighting types, you can have a solution that is optimized to eliminate image blur. What this means is a manufacturing line using PF Series lighting and controllers can potentially run up to 14 times faster, compared to conventional lighting.
The PF Series is typically applied to:
Electronics part manufacturing
Can and bottle manufacturing
Metal parts manufacturing
Printing and label inspection
2D code reading
To learn more about CCS and all of their product lines, including the PF Series, visit GlobalAutoID.com/CCS.
And now, some news and announcements:
In a video just released by Mechatronic Solutions, they cover the MicroHAWK V430 Barcode Reader from Omron Automation.
From Allied Vision, learn more about how their Alvium cameras are used in deep learning hardware ecosystems.
Tired of non-compliance fees due to unreadable barcodes? The Honeywell PX940 automatically voids and reprints when printed labels don't meet standards. Watch the video from our solutions partner, Barcom.
Did you know that Roush Yates Systems decorates their Ford Performance engine block covers using a fiber laser marking system from TYKMA Electrox?
Check out these news and announcement items, and all of our other new and notable posts, at GlobalAutoID.com
This has been New & Notable for June 17th. Be sure to return next week for news and highlights from our solutions partners and other companies.
New & Notable is produced and presented by James D Kirk for Global Automation & Identification Group. Thank you for your time and attention, be well, and have a successful week.