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Intelligent lighting platform in action

05 September 2016

Gardasoft will be running a series of demonstrations at the forthcoming VISION Show, which takes place at Stuttgart Messe from 8 – 10 November which will aim to illustrate the range of capabilities offered by the Triniti intelligent lighting platform. These will include consistent/adaptive lighting control and multi-pulsing and safe overdriving of LED lighting. 

Further enhancements to the Triniti platform will be demonstrated through an automatic focusing demonstration, where Gardasoft’s new TR-CL Series of single channel industrial lens controllers provide accurate and repeatable control of focus-tunable lenses. 

The consistent/adaptive lighting demonstration shows how Triniti can automatically compensate for any changes in light intensity occurring in the machine vision system, which is achieved by using the camera to continually measure the illumination intensity of a defined area of the scene and compare it to a predetermined illumination bandwidth. Triniti can adjust the lighting controller output in real time to maintain the LED intensity within the bandwidth.

A video on the stand will show a FANUC LR Mate 200iD robot equipped with an iRVision colour vision system, a CCS LED and Gardasoft lighting controller inspecting three different parts in a random orientation. Multiple images are recorded using various illumination levels switched at high frequency for the three components and analysed after acquisition.

The automatic focusing demonstration, which utilises the new TR-CL series of lens controllers, highlights auto-teaching and auto-recognition applications and illustrates another step towards the complete automation of machine vision applications by making seamless access and control of system cameras, lighting and lenses possible in a single machine vision environment. 

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