INSPECTIS Software Features New Live Image Overlay


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INSPECTIS AB’s new Pro and Pro-X software editions feature a new live image overlay comparison function with auto image alignment, making inspection clearer and easier to use. This function is additional to the existing comparison functions that includes overlay of two saved images. 

In addition to other inspection and measurement functions, Live Overlay function can be used as a simple image comparator to assist in detecting differences between a live image and a saved reference image. Inspectis software makes it easy to spot faults such as incorrectly placed, badly placed and missing parts.

C software is compatible with all INSPECTIS camera models from the C12 to U30 Series, and all editions are built upon the same carefully-designed and  developed user interface with clear and intuitive controls and tools. 

About INSPECTIS AB

INSPECTIS AB is a new line of advanced optical inspection solutions for PCB assembly. INSPECTIS offers a line of plug and play, reliable and cost-effective high definition camera microscopes designed for non-contact optical inspection, quality control, repair and rework, and more.

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