In-Sight® 2000 series vision sensors combine the power of an
In-Sight vision system with the simplicity and affordability of a
vision sensor. Ideal for solving error-proofing applications, these
vision sensors set new standards for value, ease of use and
flexibility thanks to a powerful combination of proven In-Sight
vision tools, simple setup, and a modular design featuring
field-changeable lighting and optics.
Together with the In-Sight Explorer™ EasyBuilder® interface,
which provides fast, step-by-step application setup, these vision
sensors allow even novice users to achieve extremely reliable
inspection performance in nearly any production environment.
In-Sight 2000 series vision sensors can also be configured for
in-line and right-angle installation and are available in two form
factors. This modular body design provides maximum flexibility
to mount in tight spaces, allows for customized wiring and optical
paths, and minimizes the need to design new mechanical fixtures.

Benefits at-a-glance
▪ Affordable vision sensor powered by In-Sight Explorer
software and EasyBuilder—the same interface used
for all In-Sight vision systems
▪ Simple for both new and existing users to meet their
automated inspection challenges
▪ Monochrome and color sensor models solve presence/
absence applications, including color verification
▪ Proven, reliable Cognex In-Sight vision tools
▪ Compact, modular design with field-changeable,
integrated optics and lighting
▪ Fully compatible with Cognex VisionView® PC
software and VisionView 900 HMI touchscreen panel

Choice of lighting and optics for different application requirements
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All In-Sight 2000 series models include an integrated lens and LED illumination that eliminates the need for costly external
lighting. Lenses and lighting are field-interchangeable to adjust to different application requirements.
The In-Sight 2000 Mini has a smaller form factor making it ideal for mounting in tight spaces. This model also features an
autofocus lens powered by liquid lens technology. This eliminates the need to manually refocus or adjust the mounting
height of the sensor during a line changeover.

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