New features for Mako GigE cameras with Sony IMX sensors
Mako G cameras with Sony IMX sensors now support easy camera synchronization and triggering over Ethernet.
With a firmware update, Allied Vision extends the feature set of the Mako G cameras equipped with Sony Pregius CMOS sensor. The Mako G-040, Mako G-158, Mako G-234, Mako G-319 as well as Mako G-507 now support IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) support and action commands for triggering the camera via the Ethernet connection (ToE). These cameras now offer a more comprehensive feature set, the latest Sony CMOS sensors, and support for popular C- and CS-Mount lenses in an ultra-compact housing (29 mm × 29mm). Read more ›
FRAMOS and Daiwon partner for distributing Embedded Vision Lenses in Europe and the Americas
DAIWON OPTICAL CO., LTD. is a leading manufacturer specializing in a wide-range of lenses that are optimally designed for applications in Surveillance, Home Automation, IoT and Automotive.
Complementing the FRAMOS portfolio of imaging components, Daiwon provides customers with a broad range of economically priced M12, M10 and board-mount lenses for Embedded Vision. Together, with FRAMOS’ knowledge in enabling machines to see, both companies are looking forward to providing best-fitting components for innovative vision systems. Read more ›
Four New Models Added to Triton™ Industrial Camera Series
LUCID Vision Labs announced the addition of four new Triton GigE Vision camera models featuring Sony Pregius global shutter CMOS image sensors.
The new Triton cameras, recently moved into series production, range from 0.4 to 12.3 Megapixel resolution. The lower resolution Triton models include the monochrome and color versions of the 0.4 MP Sony Pregius IMX287 CMOS sensor running at 291 fps and the 1.6 MP Sony IMX273 running at 77 fps. Read more ›
First GigE Vision Interface for New Sony Block Camera
Pleora Technologies introduced the imaging market’s first external frame grabber that helps manufacturers and system integrators reduce costs, simplify cabling, and speed time-to-market by converting Sony FCB-EV7520A block cameras into GigE Vision 2.0™ cameras.
“The iPORT SB-GigE-EV7520A builds on our extensive expertise in developing video interfaces for Sony block cameras,” said Harry Page, President, Pleora Technologies. “Our new external frame grabber gives manufacturers and integrators a low-risk way to leverage the design, cost, and performance benefits of Ethernet when deploying Sony’s high-sensitivity, high-quality block camera in high-performance imaging applications.” Read more ›
New multi-camera GEVA 400 vision system features Intel quad-core ATOM architecture
Teledyne DALSA, announced a new compact, low-cost vision system for multi-camera applications.
The GEVA 400 system offers excellent cost savings for multi-camera vision applications, such as final inspection of large assemblies. The four Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) compliant Gigabit camera ports are compatible with a wide range of cameras, including Teledyne DALSA’s industry leading Genie Nano GigE. Adding cameras is easy with commercially available network technologies, enabling larger configurations at much lower system costs. Read more ›
The Laser Projector ZLP1 – Powerful and easy to use, compact in size, small in price
With its laser projector “ZLP1”, the Freiburg-based Z-LASER Optoelektronik GmbH, internationally operating company with its long tradition and experience is now making a versatile laser projector available to the market for the first time.
Industry 4.0 provides a platform for the modern factory that is not only high flexibility, but also optimal synergy between human and machine. Humans can, for example, better feel or touch, but the computer can process and store large amounts of data. Read more ›