LED lighting

It has reached the category of universal standard in machine vision systems. This is due to its reliability and durability, to the emission in very precise and varied wavelengths (red, blue, green, UV, IR...) or to the integration of LED components in multiple optimal geometries for each inspection.


Area Lights

Used for direct illumination of the object in the bright-field area. This is the easiest way to light non-reflective surfaces.



The light rings are characterized by a concentric and homogeneous construction. It is a method of lighting used in a variety of applications, thanks to its wide variety of models according to diameters, angle of LEDs or colors.



Specially designed for the detection of elements at different depths of the illuminated surface. The lighting is projected onto the plane of the object and the camera will capture only its reflections.



Diffuse and uniform illuminations located behind the object. They are used to highlight the contour of the material or to carry out a surface control based on the radiation transmitted by the material.



Spot illuminations allow small fields of vision to be illuminated with high power and low dispersion. Telecentric spots generate an illuminated area with a perfect concentration and distribution.



Used for the illumination of linear zones, in an incident or diffuse way as Backlight. Small size with high integration capacity.



They are used to illuminate reflective surfaces. Its construction geometry allows the illumination that falls on the object to be reflected from the incident source, thus obtaining a diffuse lighting effect.



Another "shadowless" illuminator construction to ensure uniformity on reflective surfaces. The light source is not direct, but reflected and collimated to the object.


Telecentric lighting

Its main application is in precise measurement systems, where the orientation of the telecentric rays together with the correct alignment with the camera, are of obligatory use when the micron is being pursued.


Linescan Lighting

Line-scan lights or linear illuminations are designed specifically for use with linear acquisition systems, both as incident and backlight.


Tunnel Lighting

A geometry with a "DOME" effect but with a "tunnel" geometry. Specifically designed for the inspection of cylindrical objects. Available in different diameters and colors.


Pattern projectors

Project a pattern of different geometries. They are used in 3D acquisition and reconstruction applications, eliminating the Speckle effect produced by lasers.

Synchronism controllers


The synchronism controllers or Strobe Controllers, are devices that allow a precise control of times and power, guaranteed an ultra-fast synchronism to obtain up to 10 times more power of the illumination.

They allow the connection of different lighting elements in independent channels or synchronized between them.

Control the situation and capture at the speed of light!

Laser Lighting

The combination of laser illumination and machine vision cameras offers a wide range of options for the automation of quality control.

They are commonly used in 3D reconstruction based on laser profilometry. They are also used in many other applications where it is necessary to highlight different depth characteristics of the scene or object without the ambient lighting having any influence.

UV illumination

Analyzing the unseen!

Ultraviolet illuminations are not only used as illuminators for cameras capable of capturing in this part of the spectrum, but are also the best solution to highlight characteristics in materials due to fluorescence.

Fluorescence is the ability of materials to absorb UV radiation and emit it into the visible spectrum.

A product for every need!

Machine vision: automated measurement of lighting.
This definition is one of the most faithful to reality. While all components are necessary, proper lighting is essential.
To do this, we have thousands of products to meet every need and we offer lighting and engineering studies and custom product development.


Multispectral lighting

Lighting devices consisting of several LED light sources with different wavelengths or with light sources emitting at multiple lengths, such as fluorescent, halogen, incandescent or xenon.


Fiber optic lighting

LED or Laser Illuminators that make a light transfer through fiber optics. They allow to obtain a concentration of the power in a very small area and allow long distances between the light source and the projection destination.



Accessories such as collimating filters, reflective mirrors and prisms, mechanical anchor brackets for aligning telecentric components or Scheimpflug adapters will allow us to make the most of our lighting system.