SVS-VISTEK launches nine new machine vision cameras
SVS-VISTEK will showcase nine new machine vision cameras at SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg, Germany from November 26-28, 2013. The cameras on display are suitable for use in intelligent traffic systems, unmanned aerial vehicles, geo imaging, and semiconductor and metrology applications.
SVS-VISTEK will showcase nine newmachine vision cameras at SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg, Germany from November 26-28, 2013. Seven of these will be additions to the ECO² line of cameras, all of which have GigE interface, including 3, 6, and 9 MPixel models with Sony CCD image sensors, as well as four new models with Truesense Imaging, Inc. CCD sensors. Also on display will be the SVCam-EVO 12040, a 12 MPixel GigE camera with a Truesense Imaging, Inc. CMOS image sensor and a 12 fps frame rate. Lastly, the SVCam-EVO 4070 is a 4 MPixel GigE camera with a Truesense Imaging, Inc. CCD image sensor and a 28 fps frame rate.
SPS IPC Drives booth number:7A-150
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Headquarters: Seefeld, Germany
Product:SVCam-ECO cameras and SVCam-EVO cameras.
Key Applications: Intelligent traffic systems, unmanned aerial vehicles, geo imaging, semiconductor and metrology applications.
What SVS-VISTEK says:
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