Inspection System Has Vertical or Horizontal Angle for Versatility

The HVR100-FLIP from L.S. Starrett Company has a large field-of-vision and a high-resolution digital camera for the inspection of a range of parts.


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The Starrett Company introduces the HVR100-FLIP, a new, large field-of-vision (FOV) Benchtop vision measurement system that usable in either a vertical or horizontal orientation, features a high-resolution digital video camera and minimal optical distortion for accurate FOV measurements ranging to 90 mm (3.65"). The FLIP horizontal or vertical orientation feature lends itself to a wide array of applications from flat parts such as gaskets and seals to turned and threaded parts. The system changes easily between vertical to horizontal orientation within minutes and can be placed on most sturdy workbenches.

The Starrett HVR100-FLIP has a LCD touch-screen monitor of 24", a 348-mm x 165-mm (13.7" x 6.5") stationary top plate and 165-mm (6.5") optics travel with a motorized power drive for accommodating various part sizes and enhanced performance. An LED ring light provides surface illumination and LED backlight offers transmitted illumination.

The main operator interface of the FLIP displays a live video image with software measurement tools and graphical digital reading of measurements. A part image can be resized using pan, zoom and measurements by simply tapping a feature on the monitor screen. A wireless keyboard and pointing device are also provided for entering file names and targeting key functions. MetLogix M3 software includes 2D geometric functions such as points, lines, circles, arcs, rectangles, distances, slots, angles and skew.


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