Lustre-cancel and Adjustable-spot, Reflective Types
The SUPER RGB sensor was developed by a dramatic redesign of the sensor head structure to improve overall performance. The transmitter uses an optical fibre, which creates an incredibly uniform beam spot and helps reduce the size of the sensor head. The light-receiving circuit is built into the sensor head, enhancing its detection ability and improving stability.
The SUPER RGB sensor incorporates three separate colour LED's. The signal from each colour is converted into 16-bit data in the receiver to enable colour recognition. This ensures accurate detection regardless of target vibration
It extracts only the lustre component from the target's
Most targets reflect both regular and diffuse light components. The special lustre capturing optics in the CZ-H72 sensor head extract only the lustre component and eliminate the undesirable effects of diffuse reflections.
Light is emitted using a fibreoptic cable. Designing the light emitting electronics in the amplifier, rather than the sensor head, results in a significant size reduction.
Choose from 0.12" (3 mm) or 0.20" (5 mm) diameter beam spots (when
detecting from 0.59" (15 mm))
Note: Total detecting range is from 0.39" to 0.79" (10 to 20 mm)
The CZ-H72 can reliably detect targets by their lustre level, without being affected by colours or print
The CZ-H52 emits UV light from the transmitter and detects the reflected light which was converted into visible light by the fluorescent material. Fluorescent materials and paints are normally invisible, however, they reflect visible light when UV light is applied.
Fluorescent label Fluorescent chalk
Fluorescent lubricant Fluorescent dye Paper
Adhesive Marking tool/ink-jet printer Fluorescent
colour Label Sticker Optically bright
materials Transparent film Marking ink Grease
Ink and varnish/lacquer Felt-tip pen Printing
ink and so on.
The CZ-H52 may be effective for detecting the above targets.
The small sensor head measures only 0.59" (W) x 1.30" (H) x 0.94" (D) (15 x 33 x 24 mm). It can be easily mounted in tight spaces.
The beam spot is as small as 0.04" (1 mm) in diameter at an operating distance of 0.63" (16 mm). This ensures reliable detection of objects and components smaller than those detectable with conventional models.
The CZ-H37S incorporates a polarizing filter which cancels the reflection from the glossy section and only recognises targets by their colour components. The CZ-H37S maintains accurate detection despite changing target conditions.
Detection in an actual production line often fails due to variation in target conditions. In most cases, the failure results from ambient light reflecting off the shiny surface of a target. The CZ-H35S incorporates a polarizing filter, which cancels the reflection from the glossy section and only recognises targets by their colour components. The CZ-H35S maintains accurate detection despite changing target conditions.
Three beam spot sizes can be easily selected by adjusting the slide switch, allowing a wide range of targets to be inspected.
In the Super I mode, the sensor detects the received light quantity and automatically selects the most stable light from seven patterns. (There is no need for complicated settings because the light source is automatically selected during the sensitivity setting.)*