The TM-2040GE is a Gigabit Ethernet camera that has two-megapixel UXGA resolution (1600 by 1200 pixels) and software-selectable operation, allowing operators to choose between dual tap mode at 34 frames per second (with automatic channel balancing), and single tap mode operating at 17 frames per second. Using a 1-inch Kodak progressive scan IT CCD sensor (KAI-2020), the camera produces 12-bit linear images, or 10- or 8-bit images that are modifiable by an operator-defined look-up table (LUT) for use in difficult lighting situations. The camera has JAI’s high-fidelity front-end circuitry and low noise power supply design to produce high sensitivity and a typical signal-to-noise ratio of greater than 58 decibels. Monochrome and Bayer CFA color models are equipped with standard GigE Vision Gigabit Ethernet digital interfaces.
The Maxima ML-3500 Series ultraviolet lamps use advanced micro discharge light (MDL) technology plus a filter and bulb/reflector to deliver up to 10X the UV-A output of conventional HID inspection lamps. With these lamps, NDT inspectors can see small surface defects, hydrocarbon contamination and other flaws. All bulbs have a rated life of 2,000 hours. Instant on/off/restrike eliminates lamp warm-up and reduces inspection time. The lamps produce virtually zero emission of hazardous UV-B and emit minimum visible light. The series is available in 120-, 230-, 240- and 100-volt AC versions, as well as in battery-operated versions that include a 12-volt, 7-amp per hour rechargeable battery that will operate the lamp for two full hours. A battery charger and carrying case are included.
A portable leak finder is available for locating small leaks in chambers, connections or parts. The unit has a rechargeable container for helium gas with a spray nozzle similar to an aerosol can. Helium is sprayed on the suspected leak location of a part or chamber and can then be observed on a mass spectrometer system that continuously measures the helium concentration in the part while under vacuum. A leak is immediately identified if the vacuum inside draws helium into the part or chamber. The kit includes a recharge fitting and comes in a protective, custom-made carrying case. Integral to this fitting are valves, pressure gage and pressure relief valve to allow safe recharging of the canister.
The 400 Series of Knoop/Vickers testers provides a microhardness testing solution for Knoop and Vickers testing of metals, ceramics and other non-metallic materials. The series is available with manual or automatic turrets. Having eight dial-selectable test forces ranging from 10 grams to 1,000 grams, the system can be adjusted to the correct setting for the specific specimen being tested. An optional 2,000-gram test force system is available. Equipped with optics that have a total magnification of 100X and 400X, the operator can measure the indention made during the test. The series is equipped with a 100 millimeter by 100 millimeter precision XY stage with 25-millimeter movement in each direction.
This cart-mounted Eddy Current Inspection System offers the operator the capability to inspect small lots of parts by hand on a mobile platform. Occurring in real time, inspections can be performed to verify part geometry, chemistry or hardness. The Pro Series Profiler is used to inspect parts; it is capable of profiling parts with either noncontact or contact eddy current probes and then displaying these profiles on a computer screen. The inspection system automatically calculates the part accept/reject limits from a review of 10 good parts during a “learn” process. These limits can then be adjusted by the operator, as required, to represent the characteristics of the ideal virtual part. The system’s memory is capable of storing the learned profiles from any number of parts, as well as the part profiles themselves. This information can then be downloaded from the system via USB or Ethernet ports mounted on the monitor stand.
A digitizer system and software bundle offers digitizing, archiving and sharing of film images. The bundle includes the Kodak Industrex V2.0 Digitizer Software and the LS-85 Large Format Film Digitizer, which includes either a single or automated six-sheet feeder. The software offers increased productivity for film digitizing with an automatic file save and naming function, allowing operators to capture and review images quickly. In addition, the digitizer’s six-sheet film feeder allows automatic digitization of multiple film sheets without manual handling.
The HMX handheld XRF film thickness and composition analysis measurement tool is suited to the needs of the fastener, connector and general metal finishing industries. The unit’s measurement capabilities include at-process measurement for quality control, plating line and analysis lab applications, and at-sample analysis in the factory or in the field along with alloy sorting and alloy identification for substrate materials management. The Batch Measurement mode lets the operator calculate the average thickness of a batch of small parts with a single measurement. Point and shoot and the analyzer automatically generates an average thickness for the entire lot. In addition, the unit is an XRF solution for measurement of large samples that commonly cannot be measured in chamber-based systems because of part size.
DataSure, a wireless data collection system, uses radio transmission, covering thousands of square feet while preserving the integrity of measurement data. Equally effective for shop use, metrology lab or plant-wide applications, the system interfaces with most major brands of electronic measuring tools and software and installs on PCs running Windows XP Professional. The system automates data collection, improving speed and accuracy when compared to manual recording. Also, by replacing wiring scenarios, the system lets operators bring the gage to the work for more application flexibility and safety. The suite overcomes the challenges of factory logistics and electrical interference with its mesh network system architecture and proprietary design features. The system consists of three elements: miniature radios (end nodes) that connect to the data output ports of electronic tools, a gateway that connects to a PC via the USB or serial port, and signal routers that extend the system range in increments of 100 feet each and can be configured to create the mesh architecture.
Surveyor Laser Probes (SLP) are 3-D laser scanning probes. Both of the new SLP models, the SLP-250 and the SLP-2000, deliver virtually noise-free scan data as a result of proprietary advances in the electronics and optics architecture. The SLP-250, with a laser line length of 25 millimeters, scans at high speeds with an accuracy of up to ±6 micrometers and is primarily used for small or highly detailed objects. The lightweight SLP-2000, with its laser line length of 200 millimeters and accuracy of ±80 micrometers, is a 3-D laser scanning solution for large parts. SLP models are available with the company’s fully integrated DS-Series line of CMM-based scanning systems. In response to the needs of the automotive, aerospace and other industries, the probes are made to be fully integrated with the portable 7-axis arms from Faro, as well as with the Renishaw PH10 indexing system used on most traditional CMMs. The probes interface to PCs using a standard USB connection.
The VDM35 Series Laser Displacement Sensors are available in 6-meter diffused and 30-meter retro-reflective modes. These distance measurement sensors offer fully scaleable 4 to 20 milliamperes analog outputs and dual discrete PNP switch points, along with simple push-button programming. Other features include an eye-safe Class 1 infrared laser for sensing, a built-in Class 2 visible red laser for alignment and a 5-pin M12 x 1 micro connector. VDM sensors provide an analog output (4 to 20 milliamperes) proportionate to how close or far an object or reflector is from the sensor. VDM sensors monitor and measure the distance between products to keep equal spacing and positioning, making them well suited for use in automotive manufacturing. Additional applications include liquid level control, bin level control, profiling and error proofing.