SVL | May 2014 

Webinar Gives 'Tips & Tricks' to MV Application Lighting Design  
Matt Pinter and Casey Segraves recently recorded the Smart Vision Lights webinar titled "Enlightened Illumination Technologies," which covered illumination techniques for the food, automotive, packaging, and general manufacturing industries. Information also was presented on IEC-64271 "eye safety." To learn more and view a recorded broadcast of the presentation, click here
Smart Vision Lights Honored as Michigan Company to Watch
Smart Vision Lights has been recognized as one of the 2014 "Michigan 50 Companies to Watch," an awards program presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business. Companies making it to the list represent a remarkable group of second-stage companies. Defined as having 6 to 99 full-time-equivalent employees and generating $750,000 to $50 million in annual revenue or working capital from investors or grants, these companies form the backbone of Michigan's economy. To read more, click here
Boston Vision Show Summary

Bobby Segraves and Andy Reed had a busy week in Boston at the Vision show. The booth was very busy as the turnout "was excellent," according to Bobby. This year we featured some new products, including the new Fluorescent Replacer light. Thank you to everyone who stopped by and checked us out.  Let us know if there is anything we can do for you.

New Wavelengths for Grey Series Lights 
Smart Vision Lights recently introduced new low-cost wavelength models of its Grey Series Lights for machine vision and industrial applications. The new colors include red 625nm, blue 470nm, green 530nm, infrared (IR) 850nm, and white. The Grey Series line is designed for budget-conscious applications that only need the most common features in a machine vision LED light. The Grey Series line features all high-bright LEDs, utilizes 24V DC, and can operate in continuous or strobe mode. For more information, click here

Application Case Study: Automotive Vision System Inspection 
This case study's goal was to identify the presence or absence of different features on an automobile head liner, verify the complete assembly and ensure that all parts are present. Inspection of the complete part and ensuring that the reading light module was in place and fully seated was required. The solution utilized a single camera, cyan lights and and additional S75 Brick Spot Light to provide full even illumination across the surface of the head liner.  For more details on this automotive vision inspection solution, click here.

SVL - Semiconductor Inspection Application Examples 


SVL - Robotic Pick & Place Illumination Application Examples 

November 4-6, 2014: Vision 2014 - Stuttgart, Germany


Email Bobby if you would like to meet in the United Kingdom or Stuttgart. 

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