In-Sight 2000 Vision Sensors

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In-Sight 2000 Features

In-Sight® 2000 series vision sensors combine the power of an In-Sight vision system with the simplicity and affordability of a vision sensor. Ideal for solving error-proofing applications, these vision sensors set new standards for value, ease of use and flexibility thanks to a powerful combination of proven In-Sight vision tools, a simple setup, and a modular design featuring field changeable lighting and optics.

The In-Sight 2000 series includes an integrated, high-performance image formation system consisting of field interchangeable lenses and a patent-pending LED ring light that produces even, diffuse illumination across the entire image and eliminates the need for costly external lighting. Lenses and a variety of light colors can be easily swapped out as needed to meet application requirements.

Together with the In-Sight Explorer EasyBuilder® interface, which provides a fast, step-by-step application setup, the In-Sight 2000 series allows even novice users to achieve extremely reliable inspection performance in nearly any production environment.

In-Sight 2000 series vision sensors can also be configured for in-line and right-angle mounting installation. This modular body design provides maximum flexibility to mount in tight spaces, simplifies wiring and optical paths, and minimizes the need to design new mechanical fixtures.

Features at-a-glance

  • Affordable vision sensor powered by In-Sight Explorer software and EasyBuilder—the same interface used for all In-Sight vision systems.
  • Simple for both new and existing users to meet their automatic inspection challenges.
  • Monochrome and color sensor models solve presence/absence applications, including color verification.
  • Proven, reliable Cognex In-Sight vision tools.
  • Compact, modular design with field-changeable, integrated optics and lighting.
  • Fully compatible with Cognex VisionView PC software and VisionView 9000 HMI touchscreen panel.

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