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Rugged IP67 Compliant Cameras

12 June 2006

The uEye RE camera range are ultra compact USB 2.0 cameras for industrial applications with a completely IP67 compliant housing, ensuring a new level of reliability in the harshest of environments.

The new models all share the same ultra compact housing which has been specially developed for use in industrial environments where water or dust and particulates are a problem. Called the Rough Environment or RE for short, all camera models in the Eye range are available in the new RE housing.

uEye RE is a family of price effective and ultra compact USB 2.0 cameras for medical and industrial applications. By using USB 2.0 technology uEye is the easiest way to go digital with no need for any additional frame grabber hardware.

The uEye RE camera offers one digital trigger input and one digital output to control for example a flashlight. Both, the universal digital input and the digital output can switch voltages up to 24V. The signals are optically isolated and available on the D-SUB connector of the camera.

The uEye RE SDK offers by using Direct Draw the ability to blend flicker-free text and graphic overlay information into the live video image. Graphics, Date, Time and many more can be realised with the DD Back Buffer and DD Overlay Surface modes. Direct Draw allows flexible displaying of the video images.

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Multi-camera Vision Appliance


10 june 2006

ADEPT Machine Vision’s VA40 provides end users and system integrators with a high performance, compact machine vision solution for multiple camera inspections. This product has been designed to offer flexibility, speed and choice of camera to match application needs. The VA40 provides multiple camera inputs that allow users to inspect different views of the same part, or even different parts, simultaneously.

This integrated functionality provides a cost-effective and less complex solution than comparable smart camera implementations.

In addition, the unit is compatible with different camera types that afford flexibility in design and upgrade options as application needs change. Interfacing the VA40 is easy. The unit is fully equipped with industrial grade Inputs and Outputs that are broken out to removable screw terminal connectors or opto-isolation modules. Serial communication options include RS-232, USB and Ethernet for connecting into the factory network. All physical connections are located on the VA40 rear panel, with status lights available on the front. Application setup software is preinstalled and ready to run, thus eliminating installation and revision control problems.

The VA40 offers two distinct software interfaces called iNspect and Sherlock.

iNspect provides application versatility and ease-of-use, allowing users to setup and deploy a vision solution in a matter of minutes. For more complex tasks, Sherlock provides even greater flexibility and control, giving users the tools and capabilities to apply to almost any application.

An additional benefit of the VA40 is that it supports third party software.

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Progressive Scan Camera


1 June 2006

THE JAI CV-M71 CL uses the latest generation of RGB primary Bayer mosaic progressive scan 1/2" CCD sensors with 782 x 582 pixels resolution (SVGA).

The 1/2" format has the advantage of a large pixel size (8.3?m x 8.3µm), which results in higher sensitivity.

The camera outputs 24 bits RGB via Camera Link. Alternatively, it can output 8 or 10 bit raw Bayer images for host based colour interpolation.

The standard asynchronous trigger mode makes it ideal for a wide range of industrial vision and ITS applications.

Setup is by Windows NT/2000/XP software via RS-232C or Camera Link.

Available from Adept Machine Vision, the CV-M71 is especially well suited for colour inspection, especially in such fields as food and agriculture and in printing-verification applications.


Smart and fast IEEE 1394b (S800) C-mount cameras


1 June2006

THE AVT PIKE F-100B (b/w) and AVT PIKE F-100C (colour) are smart and fast IEEE 1394b (S800) C-mount cameras, equipped with a highly-sensitive KODAK 2/3" progressive scan CCD sensor.

Available from Adept Machine Vision, the camera offers two data ports (Daisy Chain), an external asynchronous trigger shutter and operates in 14-bit mode.

At full image resolution, the AVT PIKE F-100B/C offers up to 48fps and is suited for fast applications in industrial image processing and product automation.

The extensive built-in image processing possibilities (image pre-processing) result in outstanding image quality, reduced retouching, less load on the system and higher performance overall.

In the 'Fiber' version of the PIKE, one port is configured as a GOF connection (LC, MMF, 850nm), which provides up to 500m cable length, 100% immunity to EMI and a perfect electrical isolation.

The integrated Smart Functions take over essential functions of the frame-grabber, which is compensated for by use of the PIKE.

The PIKE can be easily integrated into existing applications thanks to its powerful and flexible SDKs for Windows and Linux.

 

High payload pan-tilt unit

1 June2006

THE PTU-D46-70 pan-tilt unit is designed for fast, accurate positioning of larger camera, laser, antenna, or other payloads up to 9 lbs. or more at speeds up to 60 degrees/second.

Directed Perception products, available from Adept Electronic Solutions, offer speed, precision, and reliability to address the requirements of the most demanding industrial, machine vision, and surveillance applications.

The speed, accuracy, and dynamic control of pan-tilt units are designed to support high-speed detection and tracking applications. Pan-tilts have been integrated with several automated tracking software modules in a variety of applications.

PTU-D46-70 pan-tilt unit.

The on-the-fly control of all motion dynamics makes Directed Perception pan-tilt units well suited as the core of an actively stabilized positioning platform. Inertial sensors, gyros, compasses, and GPS modules can be integrated with the pan-tilt units to provide stabilization for a range of applications.

Directed Perception pan-tilts are specified with a "maximum payload capacity". This specification is meant as a general guide and is accurate for most applications.

The actual maximum payload capacity of a pan-tilt unit will depend on several factors including the geometric mounting of the payload (more specifically, where its centRe of gravity is in relation to axes of rotation), and motion dynamics. High speeds and accelerations add to torque requirements.

Motion of the pan-tilt unit itself (for example in vehicle mounted applications) also add dynamic torque to the overall torque requirement.

All Directed Perception pan-tilts, available through Adept Electronic Solutions are completely configurable in terms of acceleration, speed, and other motion parameters. This provides a great deal of flexibility to tune up optimal performance for a wide range of payloads.

 

New AVT Firewire CMOS Camera - Guppy F-036

3th May 2007
 

The new Allied Vision Technologies (AVT) Guppy F036 firewire cameras feature the state-of-the-art Micron CMOS sensor with WideVGA format (752x480). They fit the standard compact Guppy body and offer enhanced flexibility for quality firewire digital imaging. The Guppy F036 firewire cameras offer excellent price/performance ratio for price sensitive applications.

The AVT GUPPY F-036B (b/w) and AVT GUPPY F-036C (colour) are designed with many advanced digital imaging features not available in other brands.

Some of these features include:

* Progressive scan at 64 fps
* Global shutter
* Wide VGA format
* Both C and CS-mount
* Asynchronous image trigger
* True partial scan
* Auto gain, auto white balance
* Neutral colour response
* Programmable LUT
* HDR mode
* Binning
* Single, multi-shot, and free run
* 1 prog. Input/ 3 prog. Outputs
* On board serial port

This new variant for the AVT Guppy range offers ultra space-saving features coupled with better resolution and performance value for the new digital imaging user.

With ten different camera variants using a variety of sensors with different resolutions and frame rates, the Guppy series offers the right solution in any application tha requires Firewire 1394a. The Guppy series can also optionally be offered as board camera for OEM firewire digital imaging applications.

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Machine vision specialists to unveil new products at NMW 2006

12th April 2006

New machine vision products will be displayed at NMW 2006.
ADEPT Electronic Solutions (AES) will exhibit a number of new machine vision technologies with live demonstrations and vision engineers on hand at Stand 2917 during National Manufacturing Week 2006 at Sydney's Darling Harbour, from May 30 to June 2.

AES specialises exclusively in the supply and support of machine vision (the application of computer vision to industry and manufacturing) systems and components to customers throughout Australia and New Zealand.

New products to be featured at NMW include:

  • The iPD VA20 - a dual-camera vision appliance product designed to provide end users and system integrators with a practical machine vision solution for single- or dual-camera applications.

    This low-power DIN-mountable system has been designed to optimise integration and speed deployment by providing easily accessible control and intuitive software setup.

    In addition, its built-in dual camera capability provides a cost-effective solution in multi-camera applications.

  • The Netsight II M - a low power, turbocharged vision system that is form- and fit-compatible with its predecessor, but includes more features and is capable of delivering up to three times the overall performance.

    Specified to interface the latest machine vision camera technologies, the NetSight II M allows users to customise system configurations to best suit their application and operating environment.

  • The Spyder Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) Camera - is fully programmable, offering precise control over key performance variables such as gain and offset. Its capabilities exceed the previous generation Spyder and Spyder2 cameras and are three times more responsive. At its core is DALSA's latest line scan sensor technology, delivering throughput rates of 80MHz.

    The high performance GigE interface transfers images directly to host PC memory without a frame grabber, giving users the opportunity to significantly reduce system costs. This interface also allows for camera-to-PC separation of 100m and multicasting to multiple PCs for parallel processing operations.

300 degrees a second pan-tilt unit

10th April 2006

On the fly control.
THE PTU-D46-17 is designed for high-speed, accurate positioning of camera, laser, antenna, or other payloads up to 6 lbs. or more at speeds up to 300 degrees/second.

The speed, accuracy, and dynamic control of pan-tilt units are designed to support high-speed detection and tracking applications. Pan-tilts have been integrated with several automated tracking software modules in a variety of applications.

The on-the-fly control of all motion dynamics makes Directed Perception pan-tilt units well suited as the core of an actively stabilised positioning platform. Inertial sensors, gyros, compasses, and GPS modules can be integrated with the pan-tilt units to provide stabilisation for a range of applications.

Directed Perception pan-tilts are specified with a "maximum payload capacity". This specification is meant as a general guide and is accurate for most applications.

The actual maximum payload capacity of a pan-tilt unit will depend on several factors including the geometric mounting of the payload (more specifically, where its centre of gravity is in relation to axes of rotation), and motion dynamics.

High speeds and accelerations add to torque requirements. Motion of the pan-tilt unit itself (for example in vehicle mounted applications) also adds dynamic torque to the overall torque requirement.

All Directed Perception pan-tilts, available through Adept Electronic Solutions, are completely configurable in terms of acceleration, speed, and other motion parameters.

This provides a great deal of flexibility to tune up optimal performance for a wide range of payloads.

The PTU-D46-17 offers:

  • Simple control from host computer via RS-232/485
  • Small form-factor
  • Precise control of position, speed, and acceleration
  • Low cost
  • On-the-fly position and speed changes
  • Rugged design for indoor or outdoor use
Applications Include:
  • Robotics & computer vision
  • Laser ranging
  • Security & Surveillance
  • Teleconferencing/Distance learning
  • Industrial Automation
  • Antenna positioning
  • Tracking
  • Photography, video & special effects
  • Webcams

USB cameras now environment tolerant

4th April 2006

THE uEye USB 2.0 camera series available from Adept Electronic Solutions is now environment tolerant thanks to a new driver software.

The 2.1version expands the cameras by auto features which automatically control the settings for exposure and gain, enabling the camera to independently adapt to fluctuating light conditions.

The new software also enhances the functionality of uEye CCD cameras. They now include the AOI mode and achieve even better images and faster frame refresh rates under certain circumstances.

The newly released 2.1 version of the driver can be downloaded for free directly from the web site at www.ids-imaging.de/en/ueyedrivers.

Cameras already in use can also be quickly and easily updated with the new software.

All that is required is to integrate the additional features into the camera's own application. The demonstration program, which is included with all cameras and also part of the update package, provides ample opportunities to test the new functions. The software is also available as source code, offering developers a useful programming basis.

The uEye camera series with USB 2.0 connection meanwhile comprises over 60 camera models - with CMOS or CCD sensors, with resolutions from 640 x 480 to2048 x 1536 pixels, with or without memory, etc. Models with an IP65/IP67 housing to meet the special requirements of harsh industrial or outdoor environments are also available.

Machine vision camera solutions

3rd April 2006

Spyder Gigabit Ethernet camera.
ADEPT Electronics Solutions will be exhibiting a number of new technologies at National Manufacturing Week.

First, there is the Dual Camera Vision Appliance (iPD VA20). The VA20 provides end users and system integrators with a practical machine vision solution for single or dual camera applications.

This low-power, DIN-mountable system, has been specifically designed to minimise integration and speed deployment by providing easily accessible control and intuitive software setup.

Unlike traditional smart cameras, the VA20 incorporates the "smarts" inside the camera controller, as opposed to the camera head. This has the dual benefit of easier integration, since it can be positioned in a chassis alongside other automation controllers, and smaller camera size, thus making it suitable for tight-fit applications. In addition, the built-in dual camera capability provides a cost-effective solution in multi-camera applications.

Also on display will be the Turbocharged Vision System (Netsight II M). This low power, turbocharged system is form and fit compatible with its predecessor, but includes more features and is capable of delivering up to three times the overall performance. Fully equipped to interface the latest machine vision camera technologies, NetSight II M allows users to customise system configurations to best suit the application and operating environment.

The Spyder Gigabit Ethernet Camera will also be demonstrated. The Spyder GigE surpasses the Spyder and Spyder2 cameras with 3x more responsivity. At its core is DALSA's latest line scan sensor technology that achieves throughput rates of 80MHz.

The high performance GigE interface transfers images directly to host PC memory without a frame grabber, giving you the opportunity to significantly reduce system costs. This interface also allows for camera to PC separation of 100 meters and multicasting to multiple PCs for parallel processing operations.

The Spyder GigE is fully programmable, offering precise control over key performance variables such as gain and offset.

Adept can be found at STAND 2917.

March

USB 2.0 industrial camera range

28th March 2006

The uEye USB 2.0 camera range.
UEYE is a family of ultra compact USB 2.0 cameras for medical and industrial applications available from Adept Electronic Solutions.

By using USB 2.0 technology, uEye is the easiest way to go digital with no need for any additional frame grabber hardware.

uEye is available with a range of high quality monochrome and colour CMOS or CCD sensors in different resolutions, with global and rolling shutter.

Frame rates up to 75f/s in full frame mode and over 100f/s using Area of Interest (AOI) are possible.

The bandwidth of the high speed USB 2.0 Interface enables multiple cameras to be acquiring and displaying on the PC or notebook screen.

The cameras come with a sophisticated industrial housing. To ensure robust interfacing the uEye family is equipped with two connectors, a standard USB 2.0 Mini-B USB and an industrial D-SUB connector that can be fixed by screws.

All the USB 2.0 pins and the digital input and output signals are available on this connector.

The uEye camera offers one digital trigger input and one digital output to control, for example a flashlight.

Both the universal digital input and the digital output can switch voltages up to 24V.

The signals are optically isolated and available on the D-SUB connector of the camera.

By using Direct Draw, the uEye SDK offers the ability to blend flicker-free text and graphic overlay information into the live video image.

Graphics, Date, Time and many more can be realised with the DD Back Buffer and DD Overlay Surface modes. Direct Draw allows flexible displaying of the video images.

Features include:

  • High quality CMOS and CCD sensors
  • Camera control and power supply via the USB bus
  • Universal trigger input and digital output, optically isolated
  • Ultra compact housing with C-Mount
  • Powerful SDK (based on the FALCON SDK) for Windows 2000/XP and LINUX
  • DirectDraw support, ActiveX , Twain and Direct Show (WDM) driver
  • Interfaces for ActivVision Tools, Common Vision Blox, HALCON and NeuroCheck are available.

Environment-tolerant USB camera software

24th March 2006

THE uEye USB 2.0 camera series available from Adept Electronic Solutions is now environment tolerant thanks to a new driver software. The 2.1 version expands the camera's auto features which control the settings for exposure and gain, enabling the camera to independently adapt to fluctuating light conditions.

The new software also enhances the functionality of uEye CCD cameras. They now include the AOI mode and achieve even better images and faster frame refresh rates under certain circumstances.

The newly released 2.1 version of the driver can be downloaded for free directly from the web site at http://www.ids-imaging.de/en/ueyedrivers.

Cameras already in use can also be quickly and easily updated with the new software.

All that is required is to integrate the additional features into the camera's own application. The demonstration program, which is included with all cameras and also part of the update package, provides ample opportunities to test the new functions. The software is also available as source code, offering developers a useful programming basis.

The uEye camera series with USB 2.0 connection meanwhile comprises more than 60 camera models - with CMOS or CCD sensors, with resolutions from 640 x 480 to2048 x 1536 pixels, with or without memory, etc. Models with an IP65/IP67 housing to meet the special requirements of harsh industrial or outdoor environments are also available.

High speed gigabit Ethernet camera

24th March 2006

Features both analogue and gigabit Ethernet output.
JAI PULNiX's newest dual-tap AccuPiXEL offering, the TM-6740GE machine vision camera boasts up to 200 frames per second at full resolution and partial scan and binning modes for up to 3205 frames per second.

Available from Adept Electronic Solutions Pty Ltd, this 1/3" VGA-format progressive scan camera is based on the state-of-the-art Kodak KAI-0340 CCD imager.

The camera's 640(H) x 480(V) resolution imager has 7.4µm square pixels. It also features both analogue and gigabit Ethernet output that is 8-bit or 10-bit software selectable.

The TM-6740GE features full asynchronous reset with electronic shutter up to 1/64,000 second or pulse-width exposure control, which allows triggered image capture and processing.

The TM-6740GE's integrated API and dual-tap AccuPiXEL GUI allow the user to be up and running in minutes.

The GUI gives the user control of all camera settings and acquisition modes including gain, A/D reference, partial scan and binning.

Changes in the camera's acquisition modes trigger automatic updates to the API for easy image acquisition. CPU usage is only a few percent, thanks to the TCP/IP offload engine.

All of this high performance is available in a miniature 50.8mm x 50.8mm x 85.1mm housing.

Other features include automatic dual-channel compensation and a built-in pattern generator.

Applications for the TM-6740GE include machine vision, medical imaging, intelligent transportation systems, high-definition graphics, gauging, character recognition, robotics and surveillance.

This camera is available in a monochrome format (TM-6740GE) or with a Bayer CFA (TMC-6740GE).

Dual camera vision appliance

24th March 2006

Features single or dual camera inspections.
THE VA20 provides end users and system integrators with a practical machine vision solution for single or dual camera applications.

Available from Adept Electronic Solutions, this low-power, DIN mountable system has been specifically designed to minimise integration and speed deployment by providing easily accessible control and intuitive software setup.

The VA20 is a dual camera vision appliance. Unlike its traditional smart camera counterparts, the VA20 incorporates the "smarts" inside the camera controller, as opposed to the camera head.

This has the dual benefit of easier integration, since it can be positioned in a chassis alongside other automation controllers and smaller camera size, thus making it suitable for tight-fit applications.

In addition, the built-in dual camera capability provides a cost-effective solution in multi-camera applications.

Interfacing the VA20 is a snap. The unit is fully equipped with industrial grade Inputs and Outputs that are wired using removable screw terminal connectors.

A visible LED light is coupled to each connection that reflects the active state of the signal. The I/O, together with all external interfaces, is conveniently accessible on the front of the unit facing the user.

Application setup software is preinstalled and ready to run, thus eliminating installation and revision control problems.

The VA20 offers two distinct software interfaces called iNspect and Sherlock.

iNspect provides application versatility and ease-of-use, allowing users to setup and deploy a vision solution in a matter of minutes.

For more complex tasks, Sherlock provides even greater flexibility and control, giving users the tools and capabilities to use almost any application.

Features include:

  • Compact DIN mountable system
  • Single or dual camera inspections
  • Suitable for tight-fit camera applications
  • No software to install
  • Powerful embedded processor ensures fast inspection times
  • Online or offline inspection
  • Quick connect/disconnect wiring
  • Easily integrates into factory environments
  • Universal solution for end-users, integrators and machine builders

The VA20 is available in two versions. The VA20 version requires an external PC/Laptop connection with Microsoft web browser for remote setup. The VA21 version contains additional hardware that allows users to setup and run applications locally. The Sherlock software application is only supported on the VA21.

Camera link to GigE converter

22nd March 2006

Features a dedicated Gigabit Ethernet port for image transfer.
DALSA-Coreco's X64-CL GigE Lite bundles field proven X64 frame grabber technology into a standalone box to create a powerful image acquisition engine.

Available from Adept Electronic Solutions, it is capable of capturing images from area or linescan Camera Link cameras and transferring them over standard Gigabit Ethernet network links to the PC.

The X64-CL GigE Lite preserves the investment in the existing camera equipment by leveraging the synergies of Camera Link and Ethernet technologies.

The X64-CL GigE Lite is ideally suited for a high performance machine vision application where the host computer is located at a distance to the camera and/or distributed processing is desired and/or data concentration is necessary.

The device supports single Base Camera Link cameras and multiple tap configurations from both area and linescan cameras.

Camera controls such as external trigger input, shaft-encoder inputs, and general purpose input/outputs are localised on-board the X64-CL GigE Lite, while data is streamed continuously to a computer at rates of up to 1Gb/s using inexpensive Cat-5 LAN cable.

Features include:

  • Dedicated Gigabit Ethernet port for image transfer
  • Flexible network topologies allow distributed processing and data centralisation
  • Supports field proven Trigger-to-Image Reliability framework
  • Familiar software library and camera control tools
  • Acquisition pixel clock rates up to 85MHz

The X64-CL GigE Lite is supported by Dalsa-Coreco Sapera LT software, which now features a Network Imaging Driver supporting a wide variety of network interface cards (NIC) and is responsible for constructing images from low-level network data packets.

Sapera LT based machine vision applications can now use industry standard IP protocols to acquire, control and process images with little load on the host CPU.

Monochrome double-speed camera

22nd March 2006

The updated CV-M30 features faster image capturing speed.
THE CV-M30 is an updated 1/2" monochrome CCD digital camera that has a new CCD sensor and new specifications.

Available from Adept Electronic Solutions, the camera operates with double speed scanning, where the horizontal and vertical frequencies are doubled compared to a standard camera. The image-capturing speed of the CV-M30 has also doubled.

The CV-M30 is designed for industrial video sensing applications.

The camera also offers an attractive partial scanning mode for higher frame rates. The partial scanning is with full horizontal scanning and 50% or 33% in the vertical direction.

The CV-M30 is also equipped with a pulse width control mode, where the accumulation time is controlled by the low period of the external trigger.

All functions of the CV-M30 are accessible from the switch block on the rear panel.

Turbocharged vision system

16 March 2006

Users can easily customise the NetSight II vision system.
THE "M" series NetSight II compact machine vision system products provide a high level of performance and flexibility.

Available from Adept Electronic Systems, this low power, turbocharged system is form and fit compatible with its predecessor, but includes more features and is capable of delivering up to three times the overall performance.

Fully equipped to interface the latest machine vision camera technologies, NetSight II M allows users to customise their system configuration to best suit the application and operating environment.

The cost-effective NetSight II M is available in two standard systems that have been uniquely designed to meet application requirements. The MCA version offers tremendous flexibility in camera input connections from standard analogue (x3), to IEEE 1394 (x3), USB (x2) and GigE inputs. System resources allow users to acquire images from different or multiple camera ports simultaneously.

The sister DCL version is more specialised in camera interfacing. Based on the popular Camera Link interface standard, the DCL is well suited for applications that require line scan or large area scan format cameras. Two asynchronous Camera Link connections are available.

Sherlock (advanced vision software) gives users the tools and capabilities to apply to a diverse range of inspection tasks.

Alternatively, if users wish to develop their own custom application, either using DALSA Coreco's Sapera product or their own favorite vision library, NetSight II M provides users with the low-level functions required to access the individual hardware components.

January

Double-speed scanning

19th January 2006

Adept Electronic Solutions has introduced the CV-M30 updated 1.27-cm monochrome CCD digital camera, which has a new CCD sensor and new specifications. The company says the camera features horizontal and vertical double speed scanning. The image-capturing speed of the CV-M30 has also doubled. The camera is also equipped with a pulse width control mode, where the accumulation time is controlled by the low period of the external trigger. All functions of the CV-M30 are accessible from the switch block on the rear panel.

Line-scan cameras

17th January 2006

With resolutions of 8k and 12k and with line rates up to 33 kHz and 23 kHz, Dalsa's new Piranha3 cameras target the throughput demands of flat-panel display and electronics manufacturing inspection. Dalsa claims that the 12k resolution surpasses that of other line-scan cameras and that the Piranha3 series' 320-MHz throughput allows users to inspect more material in less time. A Camera Link interface makes it easy to integrate the Piranha3 cameras into existing systems. Dalsa, www.dalsa.com

Single-board smart camera

16th January 2006

Vision Components has introduced the SBC4018, the first member in its 40xx series of single-board smart cameras aimed at OEM applications and inspection. The rugged SBC4018, which offers 3200 MIPS of onboard DSP computational power, features 16 Mbytes of onboard SDRAM image memory and 2 Mbytes of flash EPROM for data and program storage. The camera also offers outputs for lighting control, progressive scan CCD, instant triggering, full-frame integration, and electronic shutter, all in a 60x80-mm package. A Fast-Ethernet remote-head option addresses applications where space is scarce. Pre-emptive multi-tasking permits users to run several processes simultaneously so they can change parameters on-the-fly without affecting either inspection or communication processes. Vision Components, www.vision-comp.com.

2006 Archive Part One
  • Rugged IP67 Compliant Cameras
  • Multi-camera Vision Appliance
  • Progressive Scan Camera
  • Smart and fast IEEE 1394b (S800) C-mount cameras
  • High payload pan-tilt unit
  • New AVT Firewire CMOS Camera - Guppy F-036
  • Machine vision specialists to unveil new products at NMW 2006
  • 300 degrees a second pan-tilt unit
  • USB cameras now environment tolerant
  • Machine Vision camera solutions
  • USB 2.0 industrial camera range
  • Environment-tolerant USB camera software
  • High speed gigabit Ethernet camera
  • Dual camera vision appliance
  • Camera link to GigE converter
  • Monochrome double-speed camera
  • Turbocharged vision system
  • Double-speed scanning
  • Line-scan cameras
  • Single-board smart camera
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