Vision Components to launch Linux-based smart cameras at VISION 2014

Vision Components will showcase its brand new line of smart cameras, which feature Linux firmware and dual-core ARM processors, at VISION 2014.

Oct 13th, 2014
Vision ComponentsVC Z smart cameras
Vision ComponentsVC Z smart cameras

Vision Components will showcase its brand new line of smart cameras, which feature Linux firmware and dual-core ARM processors, at VISION 2014. The VC Z series of smart cameras feature five CMOS image sensor options ranging up to 4.2 MPixels, one trigger input, one flash trigger output, interface options, and a new Xilink hardware module that integrates FPGA logic and a dual core ARM processor, both of which can be programmed. Models include the 40 x 65 mm VCSBC nano Z, the 80 x 45 x 20 mm VC nano Z, and the 90 x 58 x 36 mm VC pro Z. The cameras also come with Vision Components VC Lib image processing library.

VISION 2014 booth number: Booth F42 – Hall 1

To Learn More:

Contact: Vision Components
Headquarters: Ettlingen, Germany
Product: VC Z smart cameras
Key Features: Linux OS, dual-core ARM processor, five CMOS image sensor options ranging up to 4.2 MPixels, Xilink hardware module, VC Lib software.

What Vision Components says:
View more information on the VC Z smart cameras.

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