During development, images from the camera are fed directly to the Sherlock graphical user interface GUI , and commands from the program are executed directly on the camera. This optimizes the user design experience while providing an accurate representation of run-time performance. A secondary interface is available through a standard web browser for device setup, runtime monitoring, and firmware updating. Maximum design flexibility is provided to allow users to customize algorithms, construct scripts, and develop operator interfaces.
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Complete with choice of application software embedded, BOA offers manufacturers a robust and flexible automated inspection system that is easy to integrate and deploy on the factory floor. Ideal for both new and experienced Rated for IP67 deployment, BOA can be installed in harsh or wash down factory environments knowing that heat, vibration or moisture will not affect performance.
An optional cover is available that screws over This easy-to-use interface arms new and experienced users alike with field proven tools to satisfy a diverse range of inspection needs. BOA INS offers powerful capabilities that are quick to setup, integrate and deploy on the factory floor. Open the catalog to page 4 Easy setup via web browser Flexible tool set for most applications User Administration control Emulator for offline development Direct connect to 3rd party interfaces Image logging and playback vision Capabilities iNspect Express offers a flexible tool set that is appropriate for most applications.
Any combination or any multiple of tools can be used in a single inspection. At runtime, the outputs from all tools are formulated to render a decision It provides tools for barcode, character and pattern identification or verification. BOA IDR allows manufacturers to combine these core tools to ensure that all product markings are correct when they leave the factory floor. The OCR tool compares each printed character against trained patterns to look for a A recognized leading software tool, Sherlock offers design flexibility and inspection capabilities to satisfy a diverse range of industrial applications.
Maximum design flexibility is provided to allow users to It allows users to quickly realize a runtime monitoring system that will display inspection images and application specific information from multiple BOA cameras.
BOAView includes a configuration utility for discovering and selecting cameras for display. Users that have very specific display requirements have the option of developing their own operator interface.
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Complete with choice of application software embedded, BOA offers manufacturers a robust and flexible automated inspection system that is easy to integrate and deploy on the factory floor. Ideal for both new and experienced Rated for IP67 deployment, BOA can be installed in harsh or wash down factory environments knowing that heat, vibration or moisture will not affect performance. An optional cover is available that screws over This easy-to-use interface arms new and experienced users alike with field proven tools to satisfy a diverse range of inspection needs.
BOA IDR for identification and validation applications embedded with a relevant-to-task sub-set of iNspect Express software BOA IDR is an image-based identification and verification camera that allows manufacturers to identify, automatically, parts for traceability and error proofing. A highly-integrated solution, the BOA IDR offers product identification and tracking for high speed applications in automotive, consumer products, electronics, packaging and pharmaceutical industries. The IDR version is offered with a subset of iNspect Express tools that applies only to identification, tracking and associated verification applications and is a good choice for manufacturers who need to inspect product markings for correctness or traceability. BOA IDR combines 1D and 2D reader tools with character OCR and pattern recognition capabilities to identify or verify all required product markings and the IDR software is embedded within the device and is setup through a web browser interface. The controls are easy to navigate and accommodate users of all experience levels. Advanced features, such as custom scripting, are provided for more complex applications. User administration controls and logging features are also included to help customers achieve system validation when required.
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The network ports can be expanded using external switches to accommodate larger camera installations. Runtime results from each of the cameras can be displayed on a standard monitor using preinstalled client applications or custom developed programs. In addition, BOA PRO users can set up cameras using client software installed on the device and utilize compatible operator interfaces customized for their application needs. Teledyne DALSA image sensors, cameras, smart cameras, frame grabbers, software, and vision solutions are used in thousands of automated inspection systems around the world and across multiple industries including semiconductor, solar cell, flat panel display, electronics, automotive, medical, packaging and general manufacturing. Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company, is an international leader in high performance digital imaging and semiconductors with approximately 1, employees worldwide, headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Established in , the company designs, develops, manufactures and markets digital imaging products and solutions, in addition to providing specialized semiconductor products and services including MEMS.