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Get tips, tricks, and best practices for bright field lighting from Steve Kinney, Director of Engineering at Smart Vision Lights.
In our latest educational video, Lighting Basics, SVL’s Director of Engineering, Steve Kinney, discusses key terms and functions used in machine vision.
New integrated LED drivers, able to deliver full power to a light in 500 nanoseconds or less, improve the performance, precision, and repeatability of high-speed imaging systems.
Multi-Zone Ring Lights are designed for compact 3D photometric stereo applications. Compact and powerful, the low-angle mini ring lights work
The LLM can drive multiple lights of virtually any type or up to four individual zones or channels within an
Use the “A-T-E-S-T” method to identify the effects of different lighting techniques on part features. Select a relevant feature of
This Tech Note will help you with pixel blur while capturing images of fast moving objects.
Smart Vision Lights uses standard industrial cables and connectors on every machine vision light. Smart Vision Lights cables are 5
How do you know when to use 365 nm or 395 nm ultraviolet wavelengths? This Tech Note written by Matt
Although most of our lights use a standard 5 pin M12 cable, there are a few outliers that use a
Below is a diagram that can help you to wire your lights that have Multi-Drive™. If you need further help,
Below is a diagram to help you wire your lights for constant operation. If you need further help, feel free
See our 5 Pin M12 wiring data sheet for detailed instructions on wiring lights with these types of cables. If
Smart Vision Lights’ technology has been featured in Vision Systems Design article.
This Tech Note breaks down the difference between LED and flash strobing.
This Tech Note gives an introduction to IR lighting for those who are new to the industry, or haven’t worked in that area very much.
Manufacturers of products containing LED lights know that governments around the world require their products to be tested to guarantee
Standards for Eye and Skin Safety Our summary on IEC/EN 62471 for LED Lighting Products explains what exactly is covered
Wondering what sort of information shows up when IEC 62471 testing is completed, or do you need a sample report?