VeriSens Web Interface Software

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SOUTHINGTON, Conn., Feb. 28, 2013 — To simplify quality inspection processes, Baumer Ltd. has redesigned its VeriSens web-based user interface software to enable users of vision sensors to efficiently reconfigure and adjust settings. Operators can combine application-related parameters in a user-configurable menu.

With just a few finger taps, the user can adapt settings at the machine. Access is possible across all operational systems without plug-ins via a standard web browser that is typically already installed on the equipment.

The software and vision sensors can run up to 32 different feature checks simultaneously within one job. Up to nine of the features can be freely selected in the web interface and presented to the machine operator for reconfiguration, reducing procedural complexity.

The software enables even inexperienced users to perform individual adaptations. The web interface is available on a cross-series basis for all new VeriSens models of the ID, CS, XF and XC series. An easy software update allows current users of the company’s vision sensors to benefit from the advantages as well.

Published: February 2013
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