Intelligent Camera has 100 Mbaud Ethernet connection
 
Intelligent Camera has 100 Mbaud Ethernet connection.
Intelligent Camera has 100 Mbaud Ethernet connection.

November 25, 2002 07:44 - Model VC 2038/E incorporates fully implemented TCP/IP stack for industrial applications. Image processing system offers computational power of 1200 MIPS, 16 Mbytes SDRAM image/data memory, and 2 Mbytes flash EPROM for program and data storage. Equipped with UDP, socket support, Telnet-server, and HTTP server, unit acquires full frame 640 x 480 pixels at 40 frames/sec. Camera can host website containing JavaScript, displayable using internet browser.

Industrial Smart Camera with built-in Fast-Ethernet

Vision Components GmbH, a leader in industrial machine vision, today, introduced the VC 2038/E, a low cost intelligent camera with built-in 100 Mbaud Ethernet connection along with fully implemented TCP/IP stack for industrial applications.

Like its sister products, the VC 2038E smart camera is a complete image processing system contained within one neat housing, with a computational power of 1200 MIPS, rivaling a 1GHz Pentium processor. It offers 16 Mbytes SDRAM image/data memory with 2 Mbytes of flash EPROM for program and data storage (expandable). The VC 2038E can acquire full frame 640 (H) x 480 (V) pixels at 40 frames per second at a comparatively very low price.

The VC2038E is equipped with TCP/IP, UDP, socket support, a Telnet-server and an HTTP server. The small size camera can host a website inside of the camera, which can be displayed using a standard web browser anywhere on the World Wide Web. The web site can even contain JavaScript.

The process interface for the VC 2038E allows 4 inputs and 4 outputs. Video output is via an 800x600, 46.875 MHz SVGA monitor.

All Vision Components cameras are built for industrial applications and are designed to be insensitive to shock and vibrations. They have multiple I/O lines for direct control of external equipment, and for more complex control tasks, they can easily be interfaced to a PLC.

VC smart cameras can be used for a wide variety of motion detection and analyses, 2D and 3D measurements, inspection, orientation, biometrical identification, OCR, 2D bar codes, access control and many other tasks.

Vision Components offers the VC 2038E industrial smart camera for $2,292. To compliment the VC 2038E, Vision Components also offers several libraries and aids including a real-time operating system, an in-circuit emulator, a standard image processing library, JPEG compression, a measurement library along with a TCP/IP communication library.

About Vision Components

Vision Components is a leading developer of machine vision technology, focusing on the manufacture and distribution of intelligent cameras for industrial use. With strategic partnerships with many key integrators and software providers, Vision Components offers a complete line of advanced industrial smart cameras for an array of applications, including the industry's first lipstick-style, CMOS-based camera.

For more information, product literature and photographs please contact:

Endre Toth, Director of Business Development

Vision Components GmbH,

67 South Bedford Street, Suite 400W

Burlington, MA 01803

Email: etoth@vision-comp.com

Tel.: 603 598 2588 Mobile: 603 557 7122

View web site at:

www.vision-comp.com
Contacts:

Marketing:
Endre Toth Director of Business Management
USA
Phone: 603-598-2588

Company Information:
Name: Vision Components
Address: 67 South Bedford Street
City: Burlington
State: MA
ZIP: 01803
Country: USA
Phone: 781 229 5842


 
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