Cognex InSight 5000 is a rugged IP67-rated series of industrial cameras featuring more than fifteen different model types including high speed, high resolution, color, and line scan.
The In-Sight 5000 series vision systems are the only industrial smart cameras in the world that provide industrial-grade features as standard:
Unmatched performance and reliability
Every In-Sight 5000 vision system model delivers best-in-class performance. Most models are equipped with a full library of proven Cognex vision tools through the easy to use In-Sight Explorer software.
Easy to deploy and maintain
With the In-Sight EasyBuilder® configuration software, even the most powerful vision tools are accessible to users with little vision experience. With In-Sight vision systems, you have the tools you need to keep your line operating on schedule and at full throughput:
The In-Sight 5403 vision system is ideal when large parts need to be inspected for small defects or precise measurements, turn to the high resolution models for greater accuracy.
In-Sight 5000 models at a glance
|Standard resolution applications|
Built of rugged, die-cast aluminum, with sealed M12 connectors, and an included protective lens cover, the In-Sight 5000 series models offer a wide array of performance choices, all with IP67 (NEMA 6) rated protection.
Models: 5100, 5400
|High resolution applications|
When large parts need to be inspected for small defects or precise measurements, turn to the high resolution models for greater accuracy. 5MP systems are available.
If color is a factor, choose a model with the powerful ExtractColor tool to inspect color features of a part and the robust MatchColor tool to recognize parts based on their color.
Models: 5100C, 5400C
|Barcode reading and OCR applications|
These ID models offer unmatched identification software tools for reading and verifying 1-D and 2-D codes (IDMax and 2DMax+) as well as human readable text (OCRMax).
Models: 5110, 5410, 5413
In-Sight 5000 series model specifications
ID ONLY MODELS
Expert Guides and White Papers
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