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Color Vision System

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NATICK, Mass., April 4, 2013 — Cognex Corp. has introduced the In-Sight 7010C, an entry-level color vision system that can distinguish parts by color.

It features 24-bit color resolution that accurately identifies 16 million color variations — more than the human eye can detect — as well as compact, IP67-rated housing, robust factory communications capabilities, autofocus technology and integrated lighting options.

The system is suitable for industries including automotive (tire model identification and fuse verification); pharmaceutical (tablet, vial or capsule identification); and electronic hardware (keypad color verification and connector wire color sequence confirmation).
Apr 2013

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