Machine Vision Systems

Machine Vision Systems

MicroHAWK Smart Cameras

MicroHAWK Smart Cameras

  • Fully Integrated
  • Extremely powerful
  • Compact and lightweight
  • MV-20: OEM Smart Camera
  • MV-30: Miniature Serial/USB Smart Camera
  • MV-40: Industrial ethernet Smart Camera

The smallest devices for advanced vision. One platform for auto ID to inspection.

The MicroHAWK® platform offers the most advanced machine vision capability on the world's smallest smart cameras. Built on the highest-performance imaging engine in its class, MicroHAWK cameras are fully-integrated with optics, processor, lighting, and communications, offering an array of modular hardware options to take on any inspection task in three micro form factors. Paired with AutoVISION® simplified machine vision software (for barcode reading plus basic vision tasks like locate, count, presence/absence, OCR, and more) scalable to Visionscape® software for advanced applications, MicroHAWK is unrivaled in the industry for performance in its size, and flexibility to meet variety of application requirements and user experience levels.

Choose your software experience from Auto ID+ to complete machine vision inspection, plug and power, and instantly perform out of the box.

Widest Range of Feature Options


customize your barcode reader sensor customize your barcode reader lens customize your barcode reader focus customize your barcode reader speed customize your barcode reader lighting
SENSOR:
WVGA, SXGA or QSXGA
LENS:
Standard or High-Density
FOCUS:
Fixed or Autofocus
SPEED:
Up to 800 MHz
LIGHTING:
Inner/Outer; Red or White LEDs

 

MV-20: OEM Smart Camera
The world’s smallest full-featured and fully-integrated smart camera, MV-20 offers OEMs and engineers a perfect set of value and performance options in a tiny, simple, enclosed solution for embedded designs for traceability and inspection. MV-20 offers a single-cable solution that uses USB for both communication (USB 2.0 High Speed and Ethernet over USB) and power to enable plug-and-play integration. Mini is now micro and incredibly easy to use.

• IP40   • USB 2.0 High Speed   • Ethernet over USB  
• 24 x 34 x 39 mm

MicroHAWK MV-20 OEM Smart Camera
MicroHAWK MV-30 Miniature Smart Camera MV-30: Miniature Serial/USB Smart Camera
A micro-sized smart camera with huge potential, the MV-30 furthers Microscan’s 30+ year legacy of innovative, space-efficient, miniature design with a corner-exit cable and high-density 15-pin connector (offering serial, USB 2.0 High Speed, and Ethernet over USB capabilities) as well as optional liquid lens autofocus. Perfect for OEMs and machine builders, the MV-30 offers the perfect combination of size, performance, and flexible integration.

• IP54   • Serial RS-232   • USB 2.0   • Ethernet over USB  
• Autofocus   • Corner-exit cable
MV–40: Industrial Ethernet Smart Camera
The MV-40 redefines the imaging market as the smallest IP65/67-rated, true-industrial Ethernet smart camera. With the library of Microscan's machine vision tools on board in a rugged, ultra-compact case, the MV-40 is the complete package for solving any vision inspection challenge under any condition. Combining unprecedented ease-of-use, high-speed communication, optional liquid lens autofocus, and ultra-small form factor, the MV-40 sets the benchmark as the ultimate compact machine vision system in the industry.

• IP65/67   • EtherNet/IP™   • Ethernet TCP/IP   • PROFINET®  
• Autofocus   • PoE
MicroHAWK MV-40 Industrial Ethernet Smart Camera
Features MV-20 MV-30 MV-40
Barcode Reading (1D/2D)
Complete Machine Vision
Enclosure IP40 IP54 IP65/67
PROFINET®
Ethernet TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP™    
Ethernet over USB  •  •   
Serial (RS-232)
USB 2.0 High Speed / HID
Power over Ethernet (PoE)  
Outer Illumination  
Liquid Lens Autofocus  
Color Sensor
AutoVISION® Sensor Software  •
AutoVISION® Software
Visionscape® Software
  MV-20 MV-30 MV-40
SOFTWARE AutoVISION® Sensor, AutoVISION, Visionscape®
SPEED 400 MHz 800 MHz 800 MHz
FOCUS TYPES Fixed Focus: 5.2, 8.0, 12.0, and 16.0 mm lenses. Factory Adjustable (50-400 mm)
Autofocus: 5.2, 7.7, 12.0, and 16.0 mm lenses. Software Adustable (50 mm - Infinity)
SENSORS WVGA SXGA QSXGA WVGA SXGA QSXGA WVGA SXGA QSXGA
PIXELS 752x480 1280x960 2592x1944 752x480 1280x960 2592x1944 752x480 1280x960 2592x1944
SIZE 0.34 MP 1.2 MP 5.0 MP 0.34 MP 1.2 MP 5.0 MP 0.34 MP 1.2 MP 5.0 MP
TYPE Monochrome Monochrome Color Monochrome Monochrome Color Monochrome Monochrome Color
SENSOR SIZE 4.51 x
2.88 mm
4.80 x
3.60 mm
4.536 x 3.402 mm 4.51 x
2.88 mm
4.80 x
3.60 mm
4.536 x 3.402 mm 4.51 x
2.88 mm
4.80 x
3.60 mm
4.536 x 3.402 mm
PIXEL SIZE 6 µm 3.75 µm 1.75 µm 6 µm 3.75 µm 1.75 µm 6 µm 3.75 µm 1.75 µm
EXPOSURE TIME 50 µsec - 66,667 µsec 66 µsec - 58,825 µsec 66 µsec - 66,667 µsec 50 µsec - 66,667 µsec 66 µsec - 58,825 µsec 66 µsec - 66,667 µsec 50 µsec - 66,667 µsec 66 µsec - 58,825 µsec 66 µsec - 66,667 µsec
SHUTTER Global Rolling Global Rolling Global Rolling
FRAME RATE 60 42 5 60 42 5 60 42 5
FTP IMAGE STORAGE Yes
PASSIVE PoE N/A N/A 24 Volt Passive Power over Ethernet (PoE), Type B.
Requires Microscan Power Supply.
CONNECTIVITY USB 2.0 High Speed,
Ethernet over USB
RS-232, USB 2.0 High Speed,
Ethernet over USB
RS-232, Ethernet TCP/IP,
EtherNet/IP™, PROFINET®
CONNECTOR Micro-B USB High-Density 15-Pin D-Sub M12 12-Pin Power,
M12 8-Pin Ethernet
ENCLOSURE IP40, Plastic IP54, Aluminum IP65/67, Aluminum
CABLE N/A 0.91 m N/A
ILLUMINATION Inner LEDs: 4 White and 4 Red Inner LEDs: 4 White and 4 Red Inner LEDs: 4 White and 4 Red
Outer LEDs: N/A Outer LEDs: 8 High-Output
White or Red (Optional)
Outer LEDs: 8 High-Output
White or Red (Optional)
DISCRETE I/O N/A 2 in, 3 out
Trigger Input, New Master Input: 5-28V rated (0.16mA @ 5VDC)
Strobe Output,
2 General Purpose Outputs:
5V TTL-compatible, can sink 10mA
and source 10mA
2 in, 3 out, Opto-isolated
Trigger Input; New Master Input:
Bi-directional, opto-isolated,
1-28V rated (10mA @ 28VDC)
Strobe Output, 2 General Purpose
Outputs: Bi-directional, opto-isolated, 1-28V rated (ICE < 100mA at 24VDC,
current limited by user)
ELECTRICAL 5 VDC ± 5 %,
350 mA at 5 VDC (typ.)
5 VDC ± 5 %,
600 mA at 5 VDC (typ.)
4.75-30 VDC, 200 mV p-p max
ripple, 150 mA at 24 VDC (typ.)
DIMENSIONS 24 mm x 34 mm x 39 mm 25 mm x 45 mm x 38 mm 25 mm x 45 mm x 45 mm
WEIGHT 26 g 46 g (Excluding Cable) 68 g
INDICATORS Power LED, Target LEDs,
Inspection Passed Green Flash
Power LED, Status LEDs, Target LEDs,
Inspection Passed Green Flash
Power LED, Status LEDs, Target LEDs,
Inspection Passed Green Flash

Light Source
Type: High-output LEDs
Output Wavelength: Inner Red: 625 nm nominal; Outer Red: 617 nm nominal
Operating Life: 50,000 hours @ 25° C

Environmental
Operating Temperature: 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Storage Temperature: -50° to 75° C (-58° to 167° F)
Humidity: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Emissions
EN 55022:2010 Class A Limits

Safety and Quality
Certifications: FCC, CE 
RoHS Compliant: Yes 
QMS Certification: www.microscan.com/quality

File Type Description Download Link
EDS Electronic Data Sheet MicroHAWK MV EDS File MicroHAWK_MV_EDS_File.zip
CON Configuration Guide MicroHAWK MV Configuration Guide microhawkmvconfigguide.pdf
QS Quick Start Guide MicroHAWK MV Quick Start Guide microhawkmvquickstartguides.zip
CAD CAD File MicroHAWK MV Drawings MicroHAWK_Drawings.zip
SPEC Specification Sheet MicroHAWK MV Specification Sheets microhawkmvspecs.zip
FWU Firmware MicroHAWK MV Firmware Firmware_Update_Guide_MicroHAWK_MV.pdf
CERT Certificates MicroHAWK MV Certificates MicroHAWK_MV_Certificates.zip
GSD General Station Description MicroHAWK MV GSD File MicroHAWK_GSD_File.zip

MicroHAWK ID Barcode Readers

MicroHAWK ID Barcode Readers

The MicroHAWK family of Barcode Readers offers the most versatile decoding power available within the world's smallest industrial barcode readers.

Decoding Dot Peen 2D Codes on Brake Components

Decoding Dot Peen 2D Codes on Brake Components

A manufacturer of anti-lock breaks wanted to mark each component in its system with a 2D code and track it throughout the manufacturing process, requiring the use of a high-performance direct part mark reader.

Contract Manufacturers Use Data Matrix to Track Products

Contract Manufacturers Use Data Matrix to Track Products

A manufacturer of printed circuit board assemblies needed to replace its vision system with a barcode reader that could be easily reconfigured between product line changeovers without the use of a monitor or a PC.

Reading Data Matrix on Pharmaceutical Packaging

Reading Data Matrix on Pharmaceutical Packaging

At their state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, a new pharmaceutical manufacturer uses Data Matrix to automate the product verification system of their home insulin kits.

Data Matrix Used to Track Repackaging Process

Data Matrix Used to Track Repackaging Process

As part of their quality contrrol process, a leading repackaging facility of pharmaceutical products uses a Data Matrix symbol for product label verification.

Reading Data Matrix in Electronic Components

Reading Data Matrix in Electronic Components

An electronics manufacturing company needed a 2D reader to verify that the correct components have been placed on printed circuit boards before they are shipped to customers.

Reading Data Matrix for High Speed Sortation

Reading Data Matrix for High Speed Sortation

A leading manufacturer of document processing equipment needed to integrate a Data Matrix reader into their equipment to accommodate customers who use Data Matrix as their control code.

Microscan X-Mode Technology

Microscan X-Mode Technology

Microscan X-Mode technology provides industry-leading decode performance on both directly-marked and printed symbols. X-Mode decoding algorithms are available on several Microscan platforms from laser barcode scanners to 2D barcode imagers to machine vision cameras and software.

MicroHAWK ID-40: Unboxing and Set Up

MicroHAWK ID-40: Unboxing and Set Up

In this video, our application support team will show you step-by-step how to get the MicroHAWK ID-40 barcode reader up and running, connected to the PC and run the WebLink configuration interface. No software installation is needed since the PC interface is 100% web-browser based.

Vision Show 2016 Preview: MicroHAWK

Vision Show 2016 Preview: MicroHAWK

Microscan's smarter smart camera platform, MicroHAWK®, is unveiled for the first time at The Vision Show 2016 in Boston, MA. MicroHAWK combines advanced barcode reading up to complex machine vision inspection all on the world's smallest smart cameras available, ideal for embedded applications in OEM for factory automation and clinical instrumentation.

MicroHAWK: Peru Presidential Election Application

MicroHAWK: Peru Presidential Election Application

MicroHAWK was a key player in the Peru presidential election, as shown in this high-speed reading application. We worked with a customer to establish a system where several MicroHAWK Barcode Readers are being used side by side to read codes on ballots for the election. This video illustrates the readers and WebLink software, which allow multiple devices to be configured live and side by side without special software.

Introduction to Machine Vision Part 1: Definition & Applications

Introduction to Machine Vision Part 1: Definition & Applications

This is the first in a series of 10-minute videos to introduce new users to the basics of machine vision technology. In this video, users will learn what machine vision is, how it is used in factory automation, and its four most common applications.

Introduction to Machine Vision Part 2: Why Use Machine Vision?

Introduction to Machine Vision Part 2: Why Use Machine Vision?

The second installment in Microscan's Introduction to Machine Vision series: Why Use Machine Vision?  This video overviews how machine vision can save money and increase profitability for inspection applications.  Machine vision inspection can reduce product defects, increase yields, track parts and products through production, and facilitating compliance with regulations.

Introduction to Machine Vision Part 3: Key Parts of a Vision System

Introduction to Machine Vision Part 3: Key Parts of a Vision System

What are the components that make up a machine vision system? How do they work together in a production environment? In the third video of this introductory series, we discuss the five key components that make up a vision system: lighting, lens, sensor, vision processing and communication, and the impact that each of these can have on your application.

Features MV-20 MV-30 MV-40
Barcode Reading (1D/2D)
Complete Machine Vision
Enclosure IP40 IP54 IP65/67
PROFINET®
Ethernet TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP™    
Ethernet over USB  •  •   
Serial (RS-232)
USB 2.0 High Speed / HID
Power over Ethernet (PoE)  
Outer Illumination  
Liquid Lens Autofocus  
Color Sensor
AutoVISION® Sensor Software  •
AutoVISION® Software
Visionscape® Software