Cameras directly control pulsewidth-modulated signals
OCTOBER 28, 2009--Baumer TXG multi-I/O GigE cameras are outfitted with four independent I/O ports located adjacent to the trigger and flash connection.
OCTOBER 28, 2009--Baumer TXG multi-I/O GigE cameras are outfitted with four independent I/O ports -- with customizable pulsewidth-modulated (PWM) signals -- located adjacent to the trigger and flash connection. The ports allow a direct connection between the camera and the illumination module, eliminating PC control over lighting. The cameras are available with resolutions ranging from VGA to 5 Mpixel and rates up to 90 frames/s.
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-- Posted by Carrie Meadows, Vision Systems Design, www.vision-systems.com
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UNIQUE BAUMER GigE CAMERAS WITH MULTIPLE I/Os
ALLOW ENHANCED LIGHTING CONTROL
Advanced Cameras Directly Control Pulse Width Modulated Signals
Southington, Conn. - To increase the flexibility of machine vision systems and allow control over custom-designed LED illumination, Baumer has introduced advanced GigE cameras outfitted with 4 independent I/O ports located adjacent to the trigger and flash connection. The Baumer TXG Multi-I/O Cameras feature I/O ports with customizable pulse width modulated (PWM) signals. These ports allow a direct connection between the camera and the illumination module, eliminating PC-control over lighting.
The camera's internal PWM controller can be programmed to set both the duty cycle and the frequency of the modulated signal. Each independent port provides a current of 100 mA. The internal sequencer technology allows the camera to take pictures with different settings for gain and exposure, and to control illumination without a PC, ensuring fast and reliable operation. The Baumer TXG Multi I/O Cameras are available with resolutions ranging from VGA to 5 megapixels and frame rates up to 90 frames-per-second.
For more information on the new Baumer TXG Multi-I/O Cameras, contact Baumer at (800) 937-9336, http://www.baumergroup.com/cameras or via e-mail at MAILTO:email@example.com.
Established in 1952, the Baumer Group is a leading international manufacturer of sensors and system solutions for factory and process automation. In 2008, the innovative family-owned company employed more than 2000 people worldwide in 34 locations and 16 countries. Baumer's long-lasting success is built on commitment to customers and innovative, diversified product technologies in five product segments: sensor solutions, motion control, vision technologies, process instrumentation, and gluing systems.