The basic version of the FlashView system consists of a display and a maximum of four very compact 'high speed' cameras. Each camera can be mounted at an arbitrarily (critical) position of a production machine.
FlashView acquires sharp 'stroboscopic' images of every (part of a) product that passes the camera. Therefore the camera synchronizes with the production flow as soon as it starts.
The images of each of the connected cameras are presented simultaneously on the display. It shows the operator the performance of his machine at a glance. The images of even more than one production line can be shown on
one display, eventually in a control room. The operator can zoom-in the images and if necessary store them on an USB-stick.
As an option a part of the camera image can be pointed as critical, for example the presence of a logo. As soon as the camera 'sees' that the product fails, the camera generates an error signal. This signal can be
which can be processed by the machine controller.