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THE IMAGING & VISION HANDBOOK 2016/2017

The new edition of STEMMER IMAGING’s vision handbook covers numerous basic topics from all areas of imaging and machine vision on around 450 pages. This preview version (English / German) gives you a first impression of this highly praised reference guide. To get the full version please register by entering your e-mail address.
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The new edition of STEMMER IMAGING’s vision handbook 2016/2017 covers numerous basic topics from all areas of imaging and machine vision on around 450 pages. This preview version gives you a first impression of this highly praised reference guide. To get the full version please register by entering your e-mail address.

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▹ ▹ILLUMINATION: TECHNOLOGY ILLUMINATION SAFETY ILLUMINATION 2.8 Illumination safety: lasers Most European countries have very strict rules concerning the use of lasers. As lasers are commonly used for test or placement applications in machine vision, it is very important to be aware of the safety standards. Lasers are classified relevant to their output and the wavelength of the laser beam in a special set-up corresponding to the United States Center for Devices & Radiological Health (CDRH) or the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The new classification standard EN60825-1 was introduced in 2011. Classification and eye safety Generally the higher a laser's safety class, the greater the risk of eye injury. As a precaution, it is always advisable to wear laser safety goggles. Even "eye-safe" lasers such as laser pointers should never be intentionally aimed at people. The only exceptions are medical applications where for example, lasers might be used to show a blood clot in the eye and are covered by strict rules. Classification and fan angle Laser classification depends on the wavelength and the power output. The class can change if a lens spreads or fans the beam. The fan angle, in degrees, denotes the beam spread. This has the effect of reducing the power that could be intercepted by the eye. Laser classes according to DIN EN60825-1 Requirements Class 1 Class 1M Class 2 Class 2M Class 3R Class 3B Safety Eye safe Use with caution Danger Laser safety officer Not required, but recommended for applications which demand a direct look into the laser beam Not required for visible emissions, required for invisible Required Interlock, operable by remote control Not required To be connected to room or door circuits Key switch Not required Pull out key if device is not operating Beam reducer Not required Avoids unintentional exposure to beams when operating Beam indication Not required Indicates when the laser is operating with invisible radiation Indicates if the laser is operating Laser warning labels Not required Follow the indications on the warning labels Eye protection Not required Required if constructive or organisational measures are not workable Protective clothing Not required Training Not required Required for operational and maintenance staff Please note that this table is only a reference / indication for the proper handling of lasers. The responsibility remains with the user. More information is to be found in the standard DIN EN60825-1 documentation and the accident prevention regulation B2 from the professional association. IRELAND Phone: +353 65 704 200 0 POLAND Phone: +48 664 921 922 SWEDEN NORWAY ICELAND Phone: +46 8 555 110 00 SWITZERLAND Phone: +41 55 415 90 90 UNITED KINGDOM Phone: +44 1252 780000 55

▹ ▹ILLUMINATION: TECHNOLOGY ILLUMINATION SAFETY ILLUMINATION 2.9 Illumination safety: LEDs LEDs are covered by the IEC regulations and special care needs to be taken to ensure that LED based illumination installations will not cause harm to the operator. LED lighting safety procedures are very similar to the laser safety regulations and are based on the intensity, duration and wavelength of the light produced. Since September 2011 the new classi fication standard EN62471 (see table) has to be applied to LED illumination. Risk definition for LEDs Exempt No photobiological hazard The EU mandates In accordance with EU machinery mandates, EMC mandates, and low voltage mandates, machines and electronic devices not marked with the CE logo are subject to distribution restrictions within the EU. All LED illumination products and power supplies should conform to corresponding regulations. Group 1 (low risk) Group 2 (moderate risk) Group 3 (high risk) No photobiological hazard und normal behavioural limitations Does not pose a hazard due to aversion response to bright light or thermal discomfort Hazardous even for momentary exposure Identification of illuminators according to EN62471 Hazard Exempt Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Actinic UV - Notice: UV emitted from this product. Minimise exposure to eyes or skin. Use appropriate shielding. Caution: UV emitted from this product. Eye or skin irritation may result from exposure. Use appropriate shielding. Warning: UV emitted from this product. Avoid eye and skin exposure to unshielded product. UVA - Notice: UV emitted from this product. Minimise exposure to eyes or skin. Use appropriate shielding. Caution: UV emitted from this product. Eye or skin irritation may result from exposure. Use appropriate shielding. Warning: UV emitted from this product. Avoid eye and skin exposure to unshielded product. Blue light radiance - - Caution: Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Do not stare at operating lamp. May be harmful to the eye. Warning: Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Do not look at operating lamp. Eye injury may result. Retinal thermal hazard - - Caution: Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Do not stare at operating lamp. May be harmful to the eye. Warning: Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Do not look at operating lamp. Eye injury may result. IR radiation eyes Notice: IR emitted from this product. Use appropriate shielding or eye protection. Caution: IR emitted from this product. Do not stare at operating lamp. Warning: IR emitted from this product. Avoid eye exposure. Use appropriate shielding or eye protection. Retinal thermal hazard weak visual Warning: IR emitted from this product. Do not stare at operating lamp. Warning: IR emitted from this product. Do not stare at operating lamp. Warning: IR emitted from this product. Do not look at operating lamp. UV and IR LEDs In the case of UV and IR LEDs, special precautions should be taken as the human eye does not see these wavelengths and the user cannot see whether an illumination unit is switched on or not. The following guide lines should be observed. ■■ Do not look directly at the LEDs while in operation, even for short periods of time. ■■ If you are using UV/IR light, wear suitable eye protection. ■■ Avoid prolonged UV light exposure to skin, especially if more than one unit is being used simultaneously ■■ Attach corresponding warning notes to the machine. NOTE: It should be remembered that visible LED devices are perfectly safe under normal viewing conditions. In normal use, standard lighting products from our suppliers will be placed at much greater distances than is used to calculate the MPE tests and typical exposure times will also be much shorter. If you have any further questions on this important subject of LED safety, please do not hesitate to contact our experts. 56 STEMMER IMAGING www.stemmer-imaging.com BENELUX Phone: +31 575 798888 DENMARK Phone: +45 33 73 00 00 FINLAND BALTICS Phone: +358 9 43 555 00 FRANCE Phone: +33 1 45069560 GERMANY AUSTRIA Phone: +49 89 80902-0

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