Tattile to showcase latest machine vision hardware and software at VISION 2014
At its VISION 2014 booth, Tattile will showcase its entire line of machine vision hardware and software solutions, including the M100 industrial PC, the S200 series of smart cameras (pictured) and the TAG-7 line scan CCD camera series.
At its VISION 2014 booth, Tattile will showcase its entire line of machine vision hardware and software solutions, including the M100 industrial PC, the S200 series of smart cameras (pictured) and the TAG-7 line scan CCD camera series. The M100 GigE PC feature six independent GigE ports which can be connected to Tattile or third-party GigE cameras, while the M100 Camera Link PC features four CameraLink ports connected directly to an FPGA of 160 K logic cells which manages the image acquisition and pre-processing.
Tattile’s S200 smart camera features a dual-core Cortex A9 processor and Xilink Artix FPGA, as well as a 4.2 MPixel global shutter CMOS image sensor, and can reach 180 fps at full resolution. The TAG-7 camera features an internal FPGA, 2048 CCD line scan sensor with a 14 µm x 14 14 µm pixel pitch and can reach a max line rate of 10 KHz. Also on display at the booth will be Tattile’s NAUTILUS software platform.
VISION 2014 booth number: Booth C63 – Hall 1
To Learn More:
Contact: Tattile Srl
Headquarters: Mairano, Italy
Product: M100 GigE and Camera Link PCs, S200 camera, TAG-7 camera, NAUTILUS software
Key features: Six GigE ports/four Camera Link ports for vision systems (M100), dual core processor, FPGA, 4.2 MPixel sensor (S200), 2048 CCD line scan sensor with 14 µm x 14 14 µm pixel pitch (TAG-7).
What Tattile Srl says:
View more information on the M100.
View more information on the S200.
View more information on the TAG-7.
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