Vision Engineering Expands LVC Video Measurement Range
Vision Engineering has broadened its range of ‘LVC’ automated video measurement systems with the addition of the LVC200, and higher specification ‘Plus’ variants. Ideal for measuring large components or multiple small components, quickly, easily and accurately, the LVC range offers faster measurement, high accuracy levels, and benefits from Vision Engineering’s consistent focus on ease of use for all its products.
The LVC range offers a choice of measuring capacities and fully automated movement in all 3 axes, making component measurement faster. Non-stop measurement routines are possible through programs which can have magnification changes built in.
Additionally, multiple components can be loaded onto the stage and measured easily and automatically in a single program. The system is pre-programmable or can be joystick driven for quick, one off measurements. Vision Engineering’s customers report that LVC is ideal for acquiring fast, accurate measurements and can easily be used by non-specialists.
The LVC series now features 5MP or 6.4MP cameras, granite and aluminum bases for extra stability and precision stage, 6.5:1 or 12:1 motorized zoom and is the most advanced video measuring system to date from Vision Engineering. LVC supports the use of a touch probe in all 3 axes, for a wide range of industrial measurement applications, including precision machining, casting, plastic molding, electronics and medical devices.
LVC is supplied with highly intuitive M3 software. This offers a rich suite of measurement functions, maintaining the ease of use that Vision Engineering is well known for. M3’s key features include advanced video edge detection, easy reporting and data export, DXF overlays and profile fitting, with a thread measurement option.
The ‘Plus’ variants almost double the field of view (FOV) for users, particularly at low magnifications. This is achieved by upgrading the lens to a 12x Navitar motorized lens, utilizing a larger and faster frame rate camera sensor, and providing a more even distribution of light in the camera view.
Richard Nagel, Vision Engineering’s VP Sales and Marketing said, “We are excited to expand the LVC Series to give users more system options to suit their unique application needs. Vision Engineering is known across the world for manufacturing high quality optical and digital inspection systems. Our commitment to quality and product development extends across our complete product range.
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