A 4 wavelength, multi-spectral system as standard with combined RGB and IR in a single 4K sensor: This innovative feature produces a totally aligned view. This feature is a valuable advantage when detecting defects in similar coloured products which respond differently to infrared, such as foreign bodies, inorganic defects, etc. This single camera is a considerable cost saving when compared to the market standard of requiring two cameras.
New front and rear hyperspectral cameras: optional, for a selection quality never achieved before.
High resolution, multispectral, 4 wavelength cameras SWIR (1024 pixel): These cameras achieve previously unattainable results in the recognizing of polymers, selecting of shell and foreign bodies in dried fruits, and also in detecting chemical differences not visible to the human eye.
Simultaneous use of RGB, SWIR and IR optical systems: Having up to 8 frequencies available, while the market standard for this type of sorter is normally no more than 4 frequencies.
Flat spectrum LED (to reproduce the natural sunlight spectrum): State of the art full spectrum LED, without the low light areas typical of standard white LED. This makes it possible to detect even the slightest colour variations.
Dual 15” displays: Two 15” touch screens, which continuously display the key information necessary to monitor the machine effectively.
Smart, custom designed cameras, comprising hardware and software made in Italy, which incorporate an integrated elaboration and analysis system.
State of the art ejectors @ 3.2mm pitch: Custom designed and specified to achieve maximum sustained velocity while their compact design almost doubles the number of ejector valves in each chute. This feature requires less compressed air yet increases production capacity and reduces the amount of good product being rejected.
RISE-UP system: This feature makes the ejector bank adjustable which allows one to locate the ejectors close to the product stream, almost half the distance compared to other sorters on the market. This reduces errors normally caused by the uneven fall speed of the product being sorted.