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Founded in 1982, Microscan has a strong history of technology innovation which includes the invention of the first laser diode barcode scanner and the 2D symbology, Data Matrix. Today, Microscan remains a technology leader in automatic identification and machine vision with extensive solutions for ID tracking, traceability and inspection.
Lakewood Automation represents a number of very innovative manufacturers who in turn release a large number of new products every year. This newsletter only focused on a few products from one manufacturer. To view more new products on our website, click here.
In this issue of our newsletter, we would like to introduce you to the next generation of Machine Vision from Microscan, AutoVISION 2.0. We are featuring the newest version of the AutoVISION software, some new hardware and a free seminar to kick it all off.
As always, we have included links to some of our upcoming classes and the latest Tech-Connect documents that we have created.
Free AutoVISION 2.0 Seminar
See below for details.
Simplified Machine Vision Inspection with AutoVISION™ 2.0
October 9th 2013 at Lakewood Automation in Westlake
Considering Adding Machine Vision Inspection to Your Processes?
Machine vision helps companies like yours improve traceability & product quality, increase throughput, and ensure compliance with regulations by automating inspection tasks:
- Reading symbols and printed text (OCR)
- Detecting part defects: presence, absence, measuring, locating, and counting
- Verifying the quality of symbols and printed text (OCV)
If you think this technology is too costly or complicated for your process, think again: Microscan's AutoVISION™ family of products simplifies machine vision through intuitive, drag-and-drop software and compact, fully-integrated smart cameras that are quick to set up and easy to deploy. Plus, AutoVISION is scalable to meet expanding requirements, protecting your time, effort, and investment.
Join Us for a Lunch & Learn Event!
During this half-day seminar, you'll receive an overview of a vision toolset, learn what is required to implement a system, and watch a live demonstration of Microscan's AutoVISION products.
Date: October 9th 2013
Time: 9am till 1pm
Location: Lakewood Automation in Westlake Ohio
Description: Looking for solutions to increase efficiency, reduce downtime, and cut costs in your operations? We'll discuss the capabilities of machine vision and Microscan's AutoVISION product line at this Â½-day Lunch & Learn.
- Learn how machine vision is helping other companies save costs and improve quality
- Explore Microscan's complete AutoVISION product suite
- Receive Q&A time with solution experts from both Lakewood Automation and Microscan
Click here to Reserve Your Seat Today
Microscan AutoVISION 2.0
Now Available! Next Generation Machine Vision Software Combines Ease of Use with Powerful Inspection Tools.
AutoVISION 2.0 simplified machine vision software pairs our award-winning platform's drag-and-drop user interface with powerful features to meet a range of inspection challenges
including optical character verification, job changeover, GS1 syntax validation, and easy tool output linking with Microscan Link.
Designed for simplicity and ease of use, AutoVISION allows manufacturers to easily implement vision inspection without having to be experts in machine vision or automatic identification. AutoVISION 2.0 provides more powerful features than ever, including three new tools, support for automated job changeover, and easy connectivity to industrial controls with the new Microscan Link.
AutoVISION is scalable to the more advanced Visionscape platform should application requirements expand over time, protecting users' time, effort and investment.
Exclusive Offer - 50% off AutoVISION
Limited to ONE AutoVISION unit per company.
Offer expires November 9th 2013.
Offer valid with Lakewood Automation only.
|New Tech-Connect Documents
documents are downloadable files, created by Lakewood Automation, containing the basic information needed to get two or more pieces of equipment working together.
ProServer Data Saving to SQL via Microsoft Access with Proface LT3300S screen - This document will show you how to set up the features to create a Pro-Server project to save data to Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 via Microsoft Access based upon a screen button & constant cycle (the address could also be a trigger from a PLC). You will see within the Trigger Condition there are other numerous ways such as a given time.
Sharing Data CJ1M to CP1L via CP1W-ETN61 - This document will show you how to set up the sharing of data from a CJ1W-ETN21 to a CP1W-ETN61 over Ethernet.
Omron CP1W-ETN61 to Proface AGP3560T - This document will show you how to set up communications between the Proface AGP screen and the Omron CP1W-ETN61 Ethernet unit.
Omron CP1W-EIP61 to Proface AGP3560T - This document will show you how to set up communications between the Proface AGP screen and the Omron CP1W-EIP61 Ethernet unit.