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Welcome to the November, 2012 edition of Vision Technology News presented by Adept Turnkey - The Machine Vision and Imaging Specialists.

Festive greetings

Thank you for your valued business during 2012 and we look forward to working with you in the new year. All of us at Adept offer our best wishes for the festive season and hope the holidays will be restful and happy for you and your family.

Christmas office hours

Our offices will be closed from the end-of-business, Friday 21 December, until Monday, 7 January. For the week commencing Monday, 7 January, we will be operating with reduced personnel until all staff return on Monday, 14 January. If you have any urgent problems over the holiday period please call an office and we will return your call as soon as possible.

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Bright new premises for Adept Turnkey's Melbourne Team

We have moved office in Melbourne
We have moved to a larger, brighter, newer office at 240 Sydney Rd, Coburb Vic. Only 10 mins from the old office our new premises will allow us to expand and better serve our Victorian and Tasmanian Customers. More

Adept re-affirms agreement with FLIR Motion Control Systems

Combining strengths to present the market with more expertise
Adept Turnkey are pleased to announce the renewal of our agreement with Flir Motion Control Systems, as the sole distributor in Australia and New Zealand of the FLIR MCS Pan Tilt products. Our renewed relationship means not only greater choices for our clients … More

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iDS UI-1240 ML USB2.0 camera iDS UI1240-ML: efficient, cost-effective USB2 camera

The new iDS ML series are small, robust and advanced; great for limited-space applications

Compact, extremely robust and lightweight the UI-1240ML series has a lockable USB 2.0 connector and metal casing which ensure correct operations even in extreme industrial More

New Phantom v411 high speed digital camera from Vision Research Welcome to the Phantom V411 hi-speed camera

Get very HIGH SPEED performance while remaining within budget

Advanced features are standard. Boasting a wide screen 1280 x 800 CMOS sensor, 25% wider than most competitive models , this feature allows moving targets to remain More

Miro LC320S  high speed camera for industry, science, TV and media Low-cost hi-speed cameras with in-built touchscreen for Film/TV, industry and Science

Touchscreen convenience in a compact, portable high-speed camera

Packed with features normally available in cameras costing twice the price, the Miro LC320S's small-and-portable-but-rugged form is easy to use and has More

iDS Ensenso N10 3D stereo camera Easy 3D imaging with Ensenso N10 stereo camera

Pre-calibrated stereo camera able to capture both static and moving objects

Fitted with two global shutter CMOS sensors and a pattern projector, the camera uses a technique called "projected texture stereo vision" which, projects a More

Vision Components Nano Tube smart cameraEmbedded intelligence in a tube

VC Nano Tube - the rugged, smart-camera solution where space is at a premuim

Responding to consumer demand, Vision Components developed the VC Nano Tube - a smart camera with integrated lighting all encased within a round, dust-proof More

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Vision Systems

Geva-300 vision appliance Geva-300 saves cost, energy and space

Low cost vision appliance makes multi-camera deployment accessible

With an eye on saving costs and compatible with the full range of Teledyne DALSA Genie cameras ... More

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FLIR MCS Pan and Tilt high-performance pan and tilt units Precise positioning with FLIR pan and tilt devices

Create the optimal solution with real-time, computer-controlled positioning of virtually any payload. Now comes with Ethernet interface.

Strong and precise and with the ability to endure intense conditions, virtually any payload can be accommodated by one of the FLIR pan/tilt families and whatever the motion controls needs ... More

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3D stereo vision: How depth information is obtained

Using stereo cameras for depth perception: how it all works
Depth perception from stereo vision is based on the triangulation principle. Two cameras with projective optics are used and arranged side-by-side so that their view fields overlap at the desired object distance. By taking a picture with … More

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