Oculus is the next generation in high performance, compact, optical sorting for washed potatoes. Available in two widths (1300 and 2000) with a maximum capacity of 36,000kg per hour.
Oculus, uses 360º vision, which allows for easy and effective inspection of every part of the tuber, infrared cameras for the most effective identification of greens, and the latest digital colour cameras delivering market leading resolution of up to 0.25mm sq pixel size for exceptional accuracy of defect identification.
Oculus identifies and sorts extremely easily and effectively for a range of surface abnormalities and diseases, including bumps and notches, skin discolouration, green and dark colours and common defects like green and mechanical damage, common scab, cracks and black dot.
The new development utilises a wireless signal with all the information on grading, quality and throughput accessed from the OCULUS’s in-built computer to a remote device.
The finger friendly display developed for the OCULUS is replicated for touch screen devices, such as the iPad, to give ease of operation.
Programming, adjustment, exporting data and monitoring are all more convenient without having to go to the machine.
In addition access to data via the internet also allows our own engineering specialists to carry out remote diagnostics.