SVL | January 2016
 
Smart Vision Lights' Innovative Illumination Summit 

If machine vision is about the science and application of light, then shouldn't our machine vision knowledge start at the light source? That's the thinking behind Smart Vision Lights' first-ever Innovative Illumination Summit to be held June 8-10.
 
At the Summit, you'll hear from A3 executives and benefit from Tech Talks that focus on the latest lighting technology and machine vision design methods. And all these presentations will be delivered at no cost to attendees over two and a half days at one of Michigan's finest resorts, the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa on the shores of Lake Michigan.

Look for more information from Smart Vision Lights on the summit during the next few months, but in the meantime, you can read more about the event, comment on Tech Talk topics through this survey, or contact me with any questions. We hope you can save the date on your calendar and look to the north this summer for machine vision lighting knowledge that is guaranteed to expand your technical skills and open up new markets.  

Bobby Segraves, Sales Manager
Smart Vision Lights
 

SVL Lights Benefit from Cree's Latest LED Chips  
 
"The introduction of the XQ-A LED gives us more options to increase the capability of our machine-vision and industrial LED lights using the same compact XQ package," said Matt Pinter, co-founder & lead design engineer at Smart Vision Lights. "Unlike mid-power color LEDs, the compact, ceramic-based XQ-A LED will allow us to put two, three or even four LEDs under our new silicone lens technology where we could only use one LED before. This generates more light for industrial applications without compromising lifetime...Read More 

LE "Everything" Lights Offers MultiDrive Operation 

We want to remind you about a recent addition to Smart Vision Lights' line of bar lights. Our LE Series of sealed lights offer rugged IP65-rated housing, strobe and constant operation capability, and the convenience of aluminum extrusion T-slot mounting. The LE includes Smart Vision Lights' Multi-Drive driver, which allows the light to operate in constant output mode or in OverDrive strobe operation. The lights come in a variety of lengths and wavelengths ranging from UV to IR, and lens options that include Line, 12, 25, 60, and 80 degrees. Read more.
 


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Video of Smart Vision Lights' L300-WHI-L lights all utilizing dedicated analog intensity control for wood mill inspection. Lights powered at half intensity and pulsed to full on during light cascade. Click here to find out more.
  


February 3-5, 2016: A3 Business Forum, Lake Buena Vista, FL

February
13-18, 2016: Photonics West, The Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA

March 7-9, 2016: WACV 2016, Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club, Lake Placid, NY

May 3-5, 2016: The Vision Show, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA

Email Bobby or Casey or Chris if you would like to meet at these events. 
 
Smart Vision Lights sells its products through authorized distribution partners. Please contact us for a distributor in your area.
+1 231-722-1199
 
If you have a story about using one of our products, we want to hear about it! Send your application descriptions or white papers to sales@SmartVisionLights.com.