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The supplier of systems and components for machine vision and image analysis, Infaimon, has added to its catalog of products GEVA-300, a compact and economic vision for multi-applications that provides an extremely cost-effective and scalable platform for a multitude of industrial inspection tasks.

The provider of image analysis and computer vision Infaimon offers new GEVA-300 company Teledyne Dalsa, a compact vision system for multi-applications. How GEVA el-1000, his older brother, the GEVA-300 has expandable Gigabit Ethernet interface, able to offer high performance at low cost and saving physical space thanks to its small size, free fans and a rugged prepared to work in harsh environments.

Based on an Intel dual-core ATOM, the GEVA-300 offers a robust design for a wide range of machine vision applications with low power consumption. It has 6 dedicated GigE ports for connecting cameras and another for networking and 2Gb DDR2 high speed memory. The GEVA-300 supports a wide range of GigE cameras both Area and Linear, including the whole range of Teledyne DALSA Genie cameras, and is offered with or Sherlock Inspect Express software on the Microsoft Windows operating system integrated 7.

The GEVA-300 system offers cost savings for multi-camera vision applications, such as final inspection of large assemblies. The six Gigabit Ethernet ports (Cutting) high bandwidth are compatible with a wide range of GigE cameras, which may be combined depending on the needs of the application, and the fanless design of the GEVA-300 means it is durable and reliable enough for demanding applications in factories. The expansion of the chambers is easily done using network technologies available in the market, which allows for large configurations with a much lower system cost. The GEVA-300 is based on Intel architecture(R) Dual-Core ATOM(TM), offering low power consumption and excellent performance for a wide range of machine vision applications. The vision system can also be expanded with the optional PL-USB module that provides an expansion of E / S and easy integration of up to four Teledyne DALSA Genie cameras.

The GEVA-300 offers a number of external interfaces for system integration. In addition to six Gigabit Ethernet ports (four of which are typically used for connecting cameras), includes a dedicated display and USB ports for setup and runtime control, and a serial port for factory communication. The camera shots, strobe outputs and I / S opto isolated are interconnected with the PL-USB module. Vision solutions GEVA-300 are configured by software or Sherlock application INSPECT DALSA. The INSPECT software is easy to use and requires little or no prior experience in vision, while the Sherlock software offers greater flexibility for demanding inspection tasks. Both software packages offer a wide selection of tools and capabilities for applications requiring positioning, identification, verification, measurement and defect detection.

Key features and benefits:

-Dual Core Atom @ 1.8 Deployments to multi-GHz low cost
-Program memory 2 GB, SSD storage 40 GB
-6 GigE PCIe lanes separate ports for cameras and networks
-3 USB ports, 1 RS-232, screen VGA display for direct connection to high resolution
-Fanless Design 0-45 degrees C in robust and reliable platform for factories
-DIN mount design, 42x145x198mm, Geva facilitates-assembly 300 and the panel takes up less space
-Support I / O via external USB-PL, facilitates integration with Genie cameras
-E/S de 64 embedded bit Win7 with Write Filter to protect the image of the unit during power outages
-Software iNspect Express y Sherlock de 64 bits for increased performance and efficiency


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By • 15 Nov, 2012
• Section: Networks