Products In Action

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Posted: Tue, October 2, 2018
Author: Shaina Warner |

Luminator Aerospace performs extensive light and color measurement tests on aircraft products such as exit signs, fasten seatbelt signs, lavatory signs, and other signage. In this case study, learn how Luminator revolutionized their testing times to increase throughput while maintaining consist product quality using Radiant ProMetric® Imaging Colorimeters.


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Posted: Mon, July 23, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

Tiny assembly defectssuch as a missing screw or misrouted cable can cause big problems in electromechanical devices. From production line waste and rework to latent failures that create warrenty claims and customer dissatisfaction, assembly inspection is critical with today's high-value devices. Learn how photometry-based systems can provide the benefits of automation (e.g., speed and repeatability) with the visual acuity of human inspection for an effectiveand cost-effective—assembly verification solution.


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Posted: Mon, May 7, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

Learn how one company is helping automakers connect people with their cars, using Radient colorimeters to support the development of illuminated USB connectivity modules. With the ProMetric® I Imaging Colorimeter, Molex can captures all required data points on illuminated components at once to quickly and accurately identify hot spots and nonuniformity for design adjustment. 


human inspector examines electromechanical device on the production line
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Posted: Mon, April 9, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

Photometry-based imaging systems—like Radiant’s INSPECT.assembly solution—now offer superior inspection capabilities for high-precision assembly verification: visual detection capabilities that match or exceed the acuity of human inspectors, with the speed, repeatability, and quantifiable data of automated machine vision systems.


INSPECT.assembly inspection results - defects identified
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Posted: Mon, February 12, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

While machine vision systems are sufficient for many types of inspections tasksand offer benefits of quantifiable, actionable data—the downside is that they just aren’t suited to high-precision, low-contrast, and challenging assembly verification. To fill the gap, human inspectors are still widely used when their discernment, visual acuity, and ability to detect and judge unexpected defects is required to ensure product quality. A new inspection solution option is now available for these kinds of challenging inspection tasks, that offers the speed and repeatability of machine vision with the visual discernment of the human eye.