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Machine Vision Using Ethernet Powerlink
5/30/2013

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With the vision camera interfaced directly to an Ethernet POWERLINK network, systems are able to effectively manage both cyclical data for high-speed operation and asynchronous communications for increased application flexibility. Use of multi-channel TCP/IP communications simplifies non-real-time transfers.   (Source: Cognex)
With the vision camera interfaced directly to an Ethernet POWERLINK network, systems are able to effectively manage both cyclical data for high-speed operation and asynchronous communications for increased application flexibility. Use of multi-channel TCP/IP communications simplifies non-real-time transfers.
(Source: Cognex)

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Ann R. Thryft
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Good to see this advance
Ann R. Thryft   5/30/2013 1:12:16 PM
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Al thanks for covering this topic and this particular advance. I'm not surprised Cognex is at the forefront; their engineers (and management) tend to think about systems and networks, not just cameras.



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