Why has there been a fault in the production process? Why has my scanner triggered? Want to find out the answers to these questions, without having to physically monitor the production process yourself? If so, look no further than the SICK EventCam, which uses real video footage and images to help you identify the cause. The SICK EventCam supplies an image or video of a defined time period, occurring immediately before or after a trigger signal. Information on the cause of protective field violations or why material was rejected ensure greater process transparency and increase system throughput. The camera integrates seamlessly into SICK’s industrial sensor technology, and data can be transmitted directly via FTP to a server and stored inside the camera itself.
At a glance
Picture and video mode, RGB
Horizontal field of view 44° @ QSXGA
Working distance 0,4 m ... 0,6 m or 0,8 m ... 6,0 m
Ambient operating temperature 0°C ... +40°C / 0°C ... + 35°C (depending on the mode)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 71 mm x 43 mm x 35.6 mm
Housing of aluminum die cast, IP65
Targeted process optimization in detection tasks and advanced diagnostics for protective devices
The SICK EventCam is particularly helpful when identifying the optimum configuration for new production facilities or improving the quality of existing processes and reducing downtime. If the machine stops repeatedly and unexpectedly, the SICK EventCam can provide a rapid, purposeful diagnosis of the situation. The recorded image or video sequences allow the person responsible for the system to identify the disturbance visually and take appropriate corrective measures.