Controller times vision events

CC320 from Gardasoft Vision utilizes Ethernet connectivity, complementing the use of GigE Vision cameras and allowing a network-centric approach to machine-vision control structures. It has eight inputs and eight outputs and can provide microsecond-accurate event timings. The unit allows single or multiple cameras to be triggered at different times, and the trigger signal width can be used to control the camera exposure timings.

Nov 22nd, 2007

CC320 from Gardasoft Vision utilizes Ethernet connectivity, complementing the use of GigE Vision cameras and allowing a network-centric approach to machine-vision control structures. It has eight inputs and eight outputs and can provide microsecond-accurate event timings. The unit allows single or multiple cameras to be triggered at different times, and the trigger signal width can be used to control the camera exposure timings. In addition, the delay between the event trigger and reject gate activation can be controlled, with encoder signals ensuring that the reject gate stays open while the product is at the reject position. The CC320 acts as a miniature Web server and can be controlled by image-processing software on a remote PC.
Firstsight Vision
Tongham, UK
www.firstsightvision.co.uk

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