Robot Vision iVY2

Robot Vision iVY2
Plug
and
Play
300K,
1,300K
and 5,000K
pixels
Supports
254 models
GigE
camera
w/POE Support


Features

Simple calibration between camera and robot

Easy setup with conversation-type instruction via the programming box

Workpiece data registration in 3 easy steps!

All-inclusive robot program executes all vision control


Robot vision iVY2 (RCX340)
A robot-integrated vision system that only the robot manufacturer Yamaha could create. Robot integration provides overwhelming ease of use.

"plug-and-play" simplicity Yamaha's own unique solution for integrated robot vision

Supported controllers: RCX340

Number of screen pixels: Number of screen pixels

Model setting capacuiy: 254 models


Additional Features

01 Easy to use, and reduces the number of steps

Adding "eyes" to a robot significantly expands the range of applications.

02 Various application examples

Labeling device (affixing labels to food packages)

  • Industry: food
  • Robot used: YK500TW omnidirectional robot
  • ADVANTAGE: Even if the incoming workpieces are irregularly spaced or positioned, labels can be affixed at the same position.

Sealant touch-up (engine block sealant)

  • Industry: automotive
  • Robot used: SXYX Cartesian robot
  • ADVANTAGE: Even if the workpiece is skewed from its correct position, the skew and angle are detected, and the application path is automatically compensated.

Screw attachment position detection (television panel screw attachment)

  • Industry: electronics
  • Robot used: NXY Cartesian robot
  • ADVANTAGE: Hole position is detected, and screws are fastened accurately.

Position compensation with upward-facing camera (installing irregularly-shaped parts on a circuit board)

  • Industry: electronics
  • Robot used: YK150XG SCARA robot
  • ADVANTAGE: The roughly-positioned circuit board connector is picked up, the upward-facing camera is used to apply position compensation, and the part is mounted directly on the circuit board.

Basic Specifications

Robot vision basic specifications

Robot vision basic specifications
Specification item iVY2 unit
Basic
specifications
Supported controllers RCX340
Number of screen pixels 648(H) × 494(V) (300,000 pixels, VGA)
1280(H) × 966(V) (1,300,000 pixels, SXGA)
1624(H) × 1236(V) (2,000,000 pixels, UXGA)
2592(H) x 1944(V) (5,000,000 pixels, QSXGA)
Model setting capacity 254 models
Number of connectable cameras Max. 2 cameras
Connectable camera GigE camera PoE support
External interface Ethernet (1000BASE-T)
* For setting and monitor operations
External monitor output DVI-I
* Also usable with an analog monitor by using a conversion adaptor.
Monitor resolution: 1024 × 768
Power supply DC24V +/- 10% 1.5A Max.
Dimensions W 45 × H 195 × D 130 (iVY2 unit only)
Weight 0.8 kg (iVY2 unit only, when the lighting control board option is selected)
Search method Edge search (correlated edge filter, Sobel filter)
Image capturing Trigger mode S/W trigger, H/W trigger
External trigger input 2 points
Function Position detection, automatic point data generation
Camera installation position Fixed to the fixed camera (up, down) or robot (Y-axis, Z-axis).
Perpendicular to the workpiece to be captured.
Setting support function Calibration, image save function, model registration*, fiducial mark registration*, monitor function*
* iVY2 Studio function (requires a Windows PC)
Lighting control options Number of connectable lighting units Max. 2 lighting units
Modulated light format PWM modulated light control (0 to 100%), PWM frequency switchable 62.5 kHz/125 kHz
Continuous light, strobe light (follows camera exposure)
Lighting power input 12VDC or 24VDC
(external supply shared by both channels)
Lighting output For 12VDC supply: Total of less than 40W for both channels.
For 24VDC supply: Total of less than 80W for both channels.

Tracking board basic specifications

Tracking board basic specifications
Specification item Tracking board
Basic
specifications
Supported controller RCX340
Number of connected encoders up to two units
Encoder power supply DC5V (less than 500 mA total for two counters) (provided by controller)
Applicable encoders 26LS31 / 26C31 equivalent line driver (RS422 compliant)
Input phase A, A, B, B, Z, Z
Highest response frequency 2 MHz or lower
Counter 0 to 65535
Multiplier 4 times
Other disconnection detection function is provided

External view

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