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ROBOT VISION iVY2 - 14 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Integrated Robot Vision System with "plug-and-play" simplicity Basic specifications have been dramatically enhanced while retaining the current iVY system's ease of use. Setup is completed as little as eight minutes after power-on. Auto-calibration makes setup easy. Sophistication With up to five million pixels, a variety of workpieces can be supported. Improve throughput to 100 CPM with conveyor tracking. Comprehensive support covers everything from camera image acquisition to the operation of the gripper and robot. With support that only the robot manufacturer can provide, you can relax.

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Basic specifications have been dramatically enhanced while retaining the current iVY system's ease of use. Camera million pixels Megapixel camera support Number of registered types Shorter search time Longer cables usable With capture: 30–40% less Search only: approximately 50% less Monitor output is provided Enables operating status to be monitored without a PC Note. Time depends on the workpiece. iVY2 System configuration illustration Programming box PBX Monitor iVY2 unit Software iVY2 Studio Photoelectric or proximity sensor, etc. Robot Tracking board (when installed in option slot 4) * The...

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Product Lineup Auto-calibration Easily complete high-precision calibration just by following a wizard! Even if equipment becomes misaligned, execute auto-calibration and resume operation. Register the desired fiducial mark Select the camera mounting method Fixed downward Can be mounted on moving part Fixed upward Execute auto-calibration STEP 3 Align fiducial mark position If camera is movable, move the robot Fiducial mark If camera is fixed, attach fiducial mark to robot, and move it Easy workpiece registration From image acquisition, registration takes just three steps. Capture images. Put the...

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Register the desired fiducial mark Select the camera mounting method Fixed upward Fixed downward Can be mounted on moving part Execute auto-calibration STEP 3 Align fiducial mark position If camera is movable, move the robot Fiducial mark If camera is fixed, attach fiducial mark to robot, and move it Camera No need to create a coordinate conversion program. Dedicated robot language for vision is provided. General robot vision MOVE P, P9 OFF LINE SEND (* *) TO CMU SEND CMU TO P10 ON LINE MOVE P, P10 iVY2 system MOVE P, P9 VSEARCH 1,2,0 P10=VGETPOS(0) MOVE P, P10 Communication with image processing...

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Product Lineup Conveyor tracking Conveyor tracking reaches Ideal for high-speed packaging arrangement high-speed transport of multiple types of items such as pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food products. The vision camera detects the position and orientation of parts moving on the conveyor, and the robot picks them up. Executed using Unify movement multiple operation commands commands Can be executed with a single command Unify the move up command, follow workpiece command, move down command Multiple operating takt required Move down while following the workpiece Move while following the workpiece Seamless...

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Approximately double the search speed (compared to previous model) Even a large number of workpieces can be detected at high speed. The search speed is approximately double that of the previous model. This can be used for a wide variety of applications, including molded plastic parts or food items. Sample workpiece ➊ Connector-shaped workpiece Support for five-megapixel cameras (Choose from 300,000 pixel, 1.3 megapixel, and 2 megapixel, and 5 megapixel) ● Stable workpiece detection ● Decreased number of search detections Detailed edge detection is possible even if workpieces are touching each...

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Product Lineup Preparatory evaluation and advice give you peace of mind We borrow the workpiece from you, evaluate it, and submit an evaluation report. In addition, we draw on our wealth of experience and evaluation results to provide advice and training regarding selection and installation of robots and peripheral equipment. Preliminary evaluation Preliminary evaluation Advice (evaluation report is submitted) Advice (evaluation report is submitted) Robot training Follow-up after delivery Robot training ■ Evaluation conditions (example) Advice regarding camera, lens, and lighting settings Background:...

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ROBOT VISION iVY2 System • Robot with image processing functions Integrated Robot Vision System with “plug-and-play” simplicity. Basic specifications have been dramatically enhanced while retaining the current iVY system's ease of use. Main functions P.70 Applicable controllers ► RCX340 xs -< % X ® I ■ Basic specifications • Robot vision basic specifications Item

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Instruction manuals can be downloaded from our company website. Please use the following for more detailed information. http://global.yamaha-motor.com/business/robot/ Compact single-axis robots Articulated robots ■ System configuration illustration iVY2 unit Software iVY2 Studio Single-axis robots Photoelectric or proximity sensor, etc. Cartesian robots * The illustration left shows an example system with the tracking board and an iVY2 unit (when the lighting control board option is selected). * Connections to the STD.DIO, ACIN, and SAFETY connectors are not shown in the left illustration. Tracking...

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iVY2 System ■ Dimensional outlines 15.5±0.05 14.5±0.05 4-M4 depth 4 (Top and bottom sides) Compact single-axis robots Tripod depth 5 (Top and bottom sides) Single-axis robots 8mm lens (megapixel support) 12mm lens (megapixel support) 29.5 25mm lens (megapixel support) Robot controller iVY2 Option Pulse string driver Robot positioner 16mm lens (megapixel support) CONTROLLER INFORMATION Pick & place robots SCARA robots Cartesian robots Linear motor single-axis robots

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Instruction manuals can be downloaded from our company website. Please use the following for more detailed information. http://global.yamaha-motor.com/business/robot/ ■ Lens characteristics Lens Note. This table shows the angle-of-view for Yamaha’s standard lenses. If the angle-of-view is greater, there might be more distortion at the edge of the image. Note. The above table shows the field of view when the standard lens and close-up ring are used. (Closest distance value is shown in No Close-up Ring column). Note. If a close-up ring is not used, a WD less than the value shown in this table cannot...

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