Helios S Turbo Dual Camera: Label Inspection Camera

Unparalleled Defect Detection Capabilities for Labels and Narrow Web Printers

Maximum resolution, cutting-edge illumination concepts, and latest camera vision technologies are all part of Helios S Turbo Dual Camera solution. From thick, metalized embossing and highly-reflective holographic foils to micro-text in pharmaceutical applications, the Helios S Turbo Dual Camera solution handles it all, with ease. The HD Turbo inspection camera has been chosen by AVT to deliver exceptional camera vision on the most challenging substrates and the most sophisticated graphics found on labels today.

Helios S Turbo Dual Camera system is an automated, 100% inspection system for labels and other narrow-web printing applications. Its high-performance label inspection cameras precisely detect costly defects, such as color deviations, misregisters, press contamination, filled-in or missing characters, and poor quality codes.

With AVT’s HD Turbo cutting-edge label inspection camera system, your business will stand ahead of the competition, enjoying the added advantages which only the advanced imaging of Helios S HD Turbo Dual Camera, combined with AVT’s sophisticated camera vision analysis software for labels, can provide.

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  1. Deploys dedicated, advanced algorithms designed to detect any type of defect
  2. Recognized as the industry’s leading, user-friendly inspection system
  3. Built-in archiving and reporting, including an innovative, built-in PrintFlow module
  4. Efficient in-line monitoring tool reports total good material printed
  5. Works seamlessly on any substrate and any application
  1. Significantly reduces waste and production costs
  2. Immediately detects developing defects
  3. Decreases over-printing/re-printing
  4. Boosts overall productivity and efficiency
  1. Delivers 100% quality assurance
  2. Automatically stops at defect location
  3. Enables fast and easy roll clean-up
  4. Eliminates customer rejections