This is 2-day class with Amatrol’s Vision Inspection Learning Systems teach the use of web-based maintenance communications in a Smart Factory environment. These systems use a machine vision camera to examine parts traveling through the 870-series Mechatronics system and signal a PLC to reject or accept parts based on results from the examinations. The system can be used as a standalone product, but it is highly suggested for use with one or more Mechatronics carts.
The Smart Factory network communications training systems feature real-world equipment learners will encounter on the job, including configuring PC Vision Programming Software. The systems combine hands-on skills practice with in-depth multimedia curriculum for a well-rounded learning experience that will prepare learners to make an immediate impact in the technologically-advanced Smart Factory environments of the present and future through major topics like machine vision basics, machine vision operation, and machine vision software.
Learn Smart Factory Vision Inspection Using Industrial Components
Each Vision Inspection Training module features a Cognex Vision Camera with Integrated I/O, lighting, and Ethernet communication. The camera features 800 x 600 pixel resolution, and 256 gray levels, with a max frame acquisition of 102 frames per second. In addition, each camera is capable of auto-focus, a flexible mounting fixture, and has the ability to handshake with the Allen-Bradley Compact Logix L16 PLC, as well as the Siemens S7-1500 PLC via discrete I/O and PROFINET.
With Amatrol’s comprehensive curriculum, students cover a wide variety of Vision Inspection skills. For example, learners will study the Machine Vision System, and the components that make it up. Additional skills and topics include various types of Vision Applications; connecting and verifying functionality of a Machine Vision camera; capturing, storing and displaying images; and tools used to detect pixel patterns.
Engaging, Highly-Interactive Multimedia
Amatrol’s curriculum features a highly-interactive, multimedia format that includes stunning 3D graphics and videos, voiceovers of all text, and interactive quizzes and exercises designed to appeal to learners with different learning styles. The combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills solidifies understanding and creates a strong basis for pursuing more advanced skills.
2 days/ 16 hours
6 max class size
2 per company per class
Alabama Robotic Technology Park
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