Industrial cameras

from leading manufacturers

Industrial Cameras are an indispensable, reliable and robust choice for production automation. They are the keystone of machine vision as they capture important information, store, and archive it. This allows software to make decisions based on the image information. As a result of thus improved manufacturing quality and performance, you will reduce manufacturing costs and increase customer satisfaction.

Need help? Let us help you.

Capture data with top industrial cameras

Leuze Industrial camera CNC maschine

In the automated industrial landscape, the use of industrial image processing is becoming standard. As billions of products worldwide need to be inspected each day, camera technology has become indispensable for the implementation of inspection tasks in thousands of applications.

Extensive experience in the field of camera design and camera production reflects in the excellent image quality of industrial cameras from the world-renowned manufacturers:

Want to purchase our Industrial Cameras?

Take advantage of a vast range of cameras

The industrial cameras from our range meet strict quality standards and ensure consistently strong performance and reliability.

You can choose from:

Area Scan Cameras capture a 2-D image of a given scene and are best suited towards your applications where objects are either slow-moving or stationary, even if only momentarily.

Line Scan Cameras read the image data one line at time and are especially well-suited for high-speed continuous applications that need high image quality even with simple illumination. You can most benefit from them in the cases of fast-movable objects, detailed inspections requiring measurements be done in microns and sorting procedures. A wide range of models meet most price and performance requirements. Their use minimizes your setup and overall system cost.

Network cameras are robust surveillance cameras for exterior use or monitoring of difficult interior spaces. These IP cameras stand out for their extremely rapid frame rates and high resolutions. They are easy to install, ensure outstanding image quality and high performance in low-light situations. This makes them ready for any application you can think of.

3D Cameras for 3D image processing deliver high accuracy surface feature measurements that go beyond the capabilities of 2D vision technology. They are used whenever volumes, shapes, or the 3-D position of moving objects is analysed. They help you lower your total system costs and design your 3-D applications more efficiently. You can benefit from their various applications, e.g., car and vehicle component manufacturing, packaging, including packaging and processing solutions, industrial robotics, electronics manufacturing, and assembly, and more.

Turck Industrial camera 1

Use industrial cameras to recognize characteristics

Leuze Industrial IP camera 1

As cameras from our portfolio are industrial-graded devices, they provide you dust- and waterproofness with wide operating temperature and supply voltage range, suitable also for harsh environments. You can thus use them for multiple applications, e.g.: in factory inspection and automation, traffic systems, retail, as well as medical & life sciences.

The industrial cameras together with other components (optics, illumination) and a library of advanced vision tools, form the machine vision system. The specific tasks of camera-based vision systems are extremely different from each other: from pick and place and sorting, defect detection and non-conformity check to metrology and measurement. While the specifics differ greatly, the applications all have something important in common – the use of automated processes to recognize characteristics.

Eliminate, verify and track with vision systems

Vision systems are indispensable in a wide variety of industries in which they help you improve manufacturing quality and performance by eliminating defects, verifying assembly and tracking information throughout your production process. In this way, you can optimize quality, minimize waste, and maximize throughput along your production line.

  • Automotive industry: The latest technologies and modern image processing systems ensure the highest quality standards for the automotive industry.
  • Robotics: In robotics, image process systems are responsible for bringing sight to robots.
  • Semiconductors and Electronics: Electronic components are growing more and more compact, even as production lines continue to speed up. These trends bring with them increased requirements for optical inspection systems.
  • Photovoltaics: Digital camera systems offer support in the automation of production processes and quality controls, thus boosting efficiency.
  • Food & Beverages: Rising quality demands for foods and production processes with ever-shorter cycles necessitate quality assurance cameras.
  • Printing Materials: Speed is everything in the printing industry. Inspection systems with line scan cameras ensure consistent print quality.
  • Pharma & Healthcare Products: Camera-based inspection systems ensure compliance with high-quality standards and regulations.
Turck Industrial camera 2

Application case studies

Leuze Industrial camera 2

Embedded technologies are finding their way into diagnostics and analytics. They are powerful, space-saving and inexpensive. Add an artificial neural network (ANN) and bacteria can be classified in a split second.

Basler and Data Spree have developed an accurate and robust real-time solution for sorting fruit. The vision system is based on a Basler blaze time-of-flight camera and a deep learning platform from data Spree.

As one of the leading manufacturers of sorting machines, Pace Automation relies on Cognex vision to ensure one of its key customers receives 100% accuracy on the production line.

BYD is the largest manufacturer of mobile phone batteries in the world. During production, a series of defects could occur during the assembly and the handling of the battery belts, such as surface tearing, scratches, and tab breaks, all of which decrease the battery capacity and cause leakage. The surfaces should therefore be inspected before further production and to avoid damaging the surface, there should be no direct contact with the battery belt during this continuous inspection process. It is clear that vision technology was the only choice to solve this problem.

Read the latest news

Subscribe to our newsletter!

    Contact form 7 Mailchimp extension by Renzo Johnson - Web Developer