Micron Optics Vision Gauge

Video Imaging & Measurement System

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Flexbar introduces a powerful tool for non-contact visual measurements, image acquisition and archiving, report generation and more. VISION GAGE is an easy to use software package that lets you capture, manipulate, analyze, store and output images and data from any video source including Flexbar Opti-Flex and Opti-Zoom Video Inspection Systems.

Major System Features Include:

High Precision Measurements with Sub-Pixel Accuracy to .0001" or better.
Video Edge Detection for Increased Repeatability.
Image Capture, Archival & E-Mail.
Easy to set up, calibrate and use.
Powerful, Integrated Windows-Based Package.
Data Collection with SPC Analysis Built-In.
Selection of powerful measurement tools:
Powerful edge-detection based "snap-to-edge" cursor-positioning tool to eliminate operator-dependent measurement errors
"True length" (i.e. point to point)
"Video calipers" (for horizontal, vertical or simultaneous X,Y & straight line measurements)
Parallel lines of arbitrary orientation
3 point diameter
3 point radius
4 point angle
Marker-to-Marker (X,Y & straight-line) measurements
Markers can be set to:
-The center of circle, rectangle,
triangle & 4-and 5-point polygon
-The midpoint of a line
-A point
Measured values can be shown in either absolute (i.e. always positive) or true (signed) form.
Compute statistics (e.g. min., max., mean, median, variance standard deviation) of measured values. Also compute process capability statistics (i.e. Cp. & CPC) based on upper & lower specified limits. Save statistics to disc file or output them to the printer.
Both imperial (inch, mil) and metric (micron, millimeter) units are supported for linear dimensions as well as degrees and radians for angular dimensions.

 

 

Micron Optics, 240 Cedar Knolls Road , Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927

E-Mail

973-267-5799 phone

973-267-6598 fax

 

*GIF animation at top is a conoscopic image of quartz captured through an E600pol microscope using the Nikon DXM-1200 digital camera.  Courtesy of Daniel Sparling, former employee and now clergyman in training