Regardless of the way the bottle is facing, this checks all its exterior "clothing", through a single high-resolution camera and a special optical unit designed and manufactured exclusively by us. This is the only system able to operate in-line with both cylindrical and shaped bottles.
- Stand-alone system that can be placed on any bottling line immediately downstream of the labelling machine.
- Special optical unit that allows the high-resolution camera to carry out a complete and simultaneous inspection of all the exterior "clothing" of the bottle.
- Special high efficiency, long-lasting, pulsed LED lighting system.
- Patented self-centring infeed guide.
- Works with both cylindrical and shaped bottles.
- It is not necessary to turn or handle the bottles.
- No need to make collages of different images coming from different cameras.
- A new bottle size does not require the bottle profile to be stored in memory.
- Programming of a new size through self-learning of the sample image and selection of areas of interest.
- Possibility to analyse the image for subsequent levels up to the details.
- Possibility to store up to 1000 formats in memory.
- Size changeover by simply calling up the bottle code.
- Display of all the acceptance and rejection parameters.
- Storage in memory and recall of the images of the last bottles that passed through or were rejected.
- Display of all the causes of rejection.
- Fully solid-state Logics & Controls dedicated computer; does not need an UPS.
- Possibility to control one-way ejection systems or progressive diverters to eject the containers onto the accumulation table and so guarantee their stability.
DIFFERENT LEVELS OF ANALYSIS:
- Checking label presence and orientation.
- Checking of the position of the labels in relation to each other.
- Checking of the graphic content, inclination and intactness of each label.
- Checking, at several levels, of particular details such as texts or parts of them, codes, capacities and alcohol content.
- Checking of the neck label and capsule.
- Checking of the position of the labels in relation to a decoration in the glass.