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Welcome to the March, 2014 edition of Vision Technology News presented by Adept Turnkey - Smarter Imaging For Better Lives.

An exciting new year ahead

We are already well in to the new year and looking forward to an exciting next 12 months. Adept continues to expand its product lines with the latest machine vision and imaging technologies. CMOS sensors continue to improve and challenge the traditional CCD markets and we now see companies like Sony finally producing CMOS sensors. We are continuing to see higher resolutions and higher speeds. New interfaces like USB3 and Coaxpress are becomig well established to handle the higher sensor bandwidths. GigE Vision has progressed to Version 2.0 with many new important features. Machine Vision Software is becoming easier and simpler to use. So as always our industry continues to evolve quickly. International forecasts predict a growth of over 10% in the machine vision and imaging industry this year and notwithstanding the structural changess we are seeing in the manufacturing sector in Australia we predict a bright year ahead, especially for New Zealand with its strong technology sector.

All at Adept look forward to helping you with your imaging needs this year and we hope to assist you in any way we can.


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Exciting, new technology extends applications for CMOS cameras

Competing with CCD sensors for image quality and performance
Providing image quality well beyond the capabilities of previous CMOS sensors, the new generation sensor offers a major step forward in design. Read the white paper outlining the benefits of this new technology as applied to JAI's SPARK 20000


USB3 cable lengths and iDS cameras

Applications that need cable lengths of more than 3m
Because the USB 3.0 interface is still quite new, there are many different USB 3.0 chips with different performance levels on the market..… More

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Phantom V2010 - high speed; high performance cameraPhantom V2010

1Megapixel at 22,500 fps - Remarkable

With its ability to capture high-resolution images at very high speeds, the V2010 brings a new level of performance to scientists, researchers and engineers . More

Teledyne DALSA's Piranha4 LIne Scan Camera Dalsa 2x 2K Linescan to meet challenging needs

Teledyne DALSA's Piranha4 2K - currently providing the highest line rates in the industry

Using Teledyne DALSA's advanced CMOS monochrome dual line sensor, the Piranha 4 2K provides 2048 x 2 pixel resolution with a 10.56 More

New generation CMOS sensor provides competition for CCD A bright SPARK 20MP @ 30fps

New sensor design extends the capabilties of traditional CMOS cameras

Representing a major step forward in sensor design, the new Jai SP-20000 is the latest technology in high-resolution CMOS cameras. Part of its noteworthy More

Kirana High-speed framing camera Kirana ULTRA high-speed - short sharp and fast

Maintaining full resolution at high speed - no compromises

Combining the flexibility of video technology with the resolution of a high-speed framing camera, Kirana's unique hybrid sensor design enables . More

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