Imaging and machine vision product roundup: 12/14
Here is a roundup of some recently-released imaging and machine vision products from some of the leading companies in the industry. New products include USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt cameras, an industrial PC, an electronically-tunable lens, and vision sensors.
Here is a roundup of some recently-releasedimaging and machine vision products from some of the leading companies in the industry. New products include USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt cameras, an industrial PC, an electronically-tunable lens, and vision sensors.
USB 3.0 cameras from Basler
Basler has added a total offour new models to its dart and pulse USB 3.0 cameras (pictured) that now feature the EV76C570 CMOS image sensor: The daA1600-60uc and daA1600-60um color and mono dart cameras, and the puA1600-60uc and puA1600-60um color and mono pulse cameras.
Industrial panel PCs from Nematron
Featuring a fanless design and LED backlighting, theePC-Lite Series of industrial panel PCs run on Intel Quad Core processing power. With the Quad Core Celeron N2930 CPU, the ePC-Lite PCs run at significantly faster speeds than its’ fanless predecessor, the ATOM N2800, performing at 1.83 GHz with bursts up to 2.16 GHz.
Electronically-tunable lens from Optotune
Featuring a 60% larger clear aperture than its predecessor which provides 2.5x more light throughput, theEL-16-40-TCF electronically-focus tunable lens from Optotune is suitable for use in machine vision, microscopy, 3D for augmented and virtual reality applications, and refraction correction in ophthalmic devices.
Thunderbolt industrial camera from XIMEA
After first showing prototypes at VISION 2014 and undergoing subsequent testing, XIMEA has introduced aThunderbolt-certified industrial camera that is equipped with a 20 MPixel CMV20000 CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS.
Vision sensors from Cognex
In-Sight 2000 vision sensors are the first models from Cognex that combine In-Sight software, the EasyBuilder point-and-click setup interface, field-interchangeable lighting and optics, and a modular body design. The vision sensors are available in three models, the 2000-110, 2000-120, and 2000-130.
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