Multi-Camera Super-High-Speed Machine Vision

CV-5000 series

3 + 1 Processor

Ultra-High-Speed, Parallel Processing

3 + 1 Processor System: Ultra-high-speed, parallel processing

3 + 1 Processor System

CV-5000 Series models are driven by a high-speed colour image processing engine (A.C.E. II). In addition, the high-speed RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) CPU is supplemented by two DSP's (Digital Signal Processors) designed specifically for image processing. CV-5000 Series models use these four processors to attain the fastest processing speed available in the industry. The CPU and DSP's are the latest technology, achieving twice the speed of the KEYENCE CV-3000 Series models.

Comparison of processing by CV-5000 Series models and previous models

Comparison of processing by CV-5000 Series models and previous models

CV-5000 Series models share image processing tasks among multiple processors to achieve higher processing speeds.

High-speed processing examples

Chip component surface inspection

A CV-5000 Series model (CV-5500 with CV-H035C camera) completes processing with a 3-ms trigger interval.

Product cap surface inspection

A CV-5000 Series model (CV-5500 with CV-H035C camera) completes processing with a 12-ms trigger interval.

Chip component surface inspection

Processing tasks

Using a 240 line partial image, the CV-5000 Series performs position compensation and colour intensity processing while inspecting for defects, edge pitch, edge angle, and edge width.

Product cap surface inspection

Processing tasks

The 7x high-speed 310,000-pixel colour camera captures full-screen images and carries out several product assessments. Defect inspection, difference processing (Pattern cancelling) colour intensity processing, 360° rotary position compensation, and edge position compensation provide the most comprehensive and accurate inspection of products available.

Double buffers

Double Buffer

The CV-5000 Series models are equipped with double-buffered memory, allowing the unit to be triggered while processing the previous image. This allows for inspection times of 5.2 ms (approximately 11,500 images/minute) for full-screen image acquisition.
(* Assuming a 4-ms image processing time using the CV-H035C)


Partial image scanning

Partial image scanning

The Partial Image Scanning function signifi cantly reduces image transfer time by transferring only the selected area of an image.

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