Imaging boards and computer from Neousys Technology to be showcased at NI Week 2015
At NI Week 2015 from August 3-6, Neousys Technology will showcase three of its latest machine vision products: the iVIS-200 series processing board for the x86 smart camera framework, the Nuvo-2500E Series industrial computer (pictured), and the PCIe-Poe354at/352at frame grabber.
At NI Week 2015 from August 3-6, Neousys Technology will showcase three of its latest machine vision products: the iVIS-200 series processing board for the x86 smart camera framework, the Nuvo-2500E Series industrial computer (pictured), and the PCIe-Poe354at/352at frame grabber. The iVIS-200 Series is an Intel Atom E3845 processor board with built-in GigE, USB2, and USB3 camera interfaces that is part of an innovative smart camera framework that enables users to build their own x86-based smart camera system by integrating an off-the-shelf camera.
Featuring an Intel Celeron Bay Trail J1900 quad-core processor, the Nuvo-2500E Series computer supports dual Independent display, dual storage for isolating system and data, 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 4x COM ports, and 4x USB ports. The Nuvo-2500E targets industrial automation applications. Lastly, the PCIe-Poe354at/352at frame grabber is an x4 Gen 2 PCI Express interface frame grabber that offers 2 GB/s total bandwidth and supports four (354at) or two (352at) independent GigE Ports.
NI Week booth number: 633
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Headquarters: Taipei, Taiwan
Products: Nuvo-3616VR fanless mobile computer
Key Applications: Machine vision (iVIS-210B-MVS), intelligent transportation (iVIS-220B-ITS), industrial automation / machine vision (Nuvo-2500E, PCIe-Poe354at/352at frame grabber).
What Neousys Technology says:
View more information the iVIS-200 series.
View more information on the Nuvo-2500E Series.
View more information on the PCIe-Poe354at/352at.
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