Tattile introduces family of advanced Gigabit Ethernet cameras

JUNE 10--Tattile (Brescia, Italy, and Bedford, NH, USA; www.tattile.com) has announced the launch of its family of 13 TAG digital cameras based on the Gigabit Ethernet standard.

Jun 10th, 2004

JUNE 10--Tattile (Brescia, Italy, and Bedford, NH, USA; www.tattile.com), a manufacturer of innovative machine-vision systems and cameras, has announced the launch of its family of 13 TAG digital cameras based on the Gigabit Ethernet standard. The TAG family of cameras integrates the power of Gigabit Ethernet into compact digital cameras. TAG cameras transfer images at 1000 Mbits/s over 100 meters on economic standard CAT5 cables directly through an Ethernet port to a PC without a frame grabber. TAG cameras also use standard Gigabit Ethernet switches to create networks of cameras. The TAG cameras are software configurable (shutter, gain, and so forth) and have two I/Os for seamless integration.

Robert Fenwick-Smith, managing director of Tattile, explains: "With the TAG family of Gigabit Ethernet cameras, Tattile introduces a product anticipated by most experts in the vision industry. The move to Gigabit Ethernet is a natural one and finally provides a solution that relies on the globally adopted Ethernet standard instead of special vision-only solutions such as IEEE 1394 or Camera Link."

The TAG family of digital cameras is available now with 13 models from which to choose.

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