At SPIE Photonics West from February 16-18, Vision Components will showcase a number of its smart cameras, including the VCSBCnanoZ-RH series, which measure only 40 x 65 mm for the main board and 24 x 18 mm for the sensor boards. The smart cameras are equipped with a Xilinx ZYNQ dual-core Cortex A9 ARM processor clocked at 2 x 866 MHz, which comes with an integrated FPGA running the VC Linux operating system. All VCSBCnano Z-RH-2 cameras feature 12 programmable I/O, an optically isolated trigger output, a flash trigger, GigE interface, RS232 interface, and I²C interface. Additionally, the smart cameras are available with five different global shutter CMOS image sensors up to 4.2 MPixels in size.
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Headquarters: Ettlingen, Germany
Product: VCSBCnanoZ-RH series of smart cameras
Key Features: Xilinx ZYNQ dual-core Cortex A9 ARM processor, integrated FPGA running the VC Linux operating system, global shutter CMOS image sensors.
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