EMVA 1288 certification aims to provide specifications for both sensors and cameras so that system developers can easily compare camera specifications or calculate system performance and camera manufacturers can test the performance of their products. By providing this certification with all its GigE cameras, FRAMOS enables its customers to know exactly about the deep specifications and technical values of the chosen camera ensuring the best application fitting.
"In industrial imaging the EMVA 1288 test reporting is on its way to become increasingly important and is requested by a significant number of customers," said Stefan Waizmann, Head of Product Management at FRAMOS. "It is the only manufacturer independent standard to characterize cameras in their entirety. The EMVA certificate will be available for all our distributed camera brands and upon request for all other types of cameras as additional service."
By only using manufacturers data sheets, it is a difficult job for imaging engineers to evaluate and to choose the suitable camera or sensor for a given vision application. The EMVA 1288 standard creates transparency by defining reliable, exact measurement procedures, and makes the comparison of cameras and image sensors much easier.
FRAMOS currently distributes GigE cameras from Lumenera, SMARTEK Vision, SVS-Vistek, and Toshiba Teli.
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