Automate 2022

Automate Show 2022 - Smart Vision Lights Booth 1049 Featuring the latest in cutting-edge robotics, vision, motion control, AI and related technologies, Automate is back and shaping up to be better than ever. Visitors from around the globe will descend on Detroit to network, learn, share, and experience all things automation.

Smart Vision Lights will be in booth 1049 with three new products and a demo that was made for the motor city. Register now for Automate and be sure to stop by our booth to check out new products and talk with our team about your machine vision lighting needs.

Automate 2022
Detroit, Michigan, USA
June 6-9, 2022
Booth 1049

Come celebrate in our booth

Booth party at Automate - Tacos & drinksWe’re celebrating our 15th anniversary this year, and you’re invited to celebrate with us at Automate.

Join us for tacos and drinks:

Wed. June 8
4:30-5:30 pm
Booth 1049

We hope to see you there!

New products at Automate

DoAll light for machine vision

Multiple inspections. One light. Introducing the DoAll.

We call it the DoAll, and you’re going to have to see it to believe it. You don’t want to miss this demo! Find it in booth 1049.

RTF tunable ring light for machine vision

RTF

With three projection angles to cover from wide to narrow areas and wireless control, the RTF is extremely flexible and incredibly bright. Fast, easy wireless control means more uptime and better efficiency.


JWL

Compact, powerful, and compatible – come see why the new JWL is a real jewel of a light!

  • Compatible with most common major machine vision cameras
  • Direct connect and control through camera’s trigger output
  • Batwing design illuminates larger area than built-in lighting systems
  • Compact, integrated package

See our sales team at Automate

Schedule a time to talk with your sales rep during the show. We can help you solve difficult applications and get the right light for your needs.

Contact your sales rep

Can’t make it to Automate?

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