Optical inspection equipment is a type of electronic device that is used to visually inspect objects or surfaces for defects, contaminants, or other abnormalities. These devices typically use optical sensors, such as cameras or lasers, to capture images or other data about the object or surface being inspected. The data is then processed by the inspection equipment, which can provide feedback, alerts, or other information about any abnormalities that are detected. Optical inspection equipment is commonly used in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, quality control, and food and beverage production. Some common examples of optical inspection equipment include vision systems, microscope cameras, and laser scanners.