PPT Vision'sImpact M-Series Embedded
Vision System delivers increased precision and speed to automated inspection,
guidance and identification production processes. Featuring up to four
asynchronously triggered cameras that run on a single processor, the M-Series
Embedded Vision System allows each M-Series camera to be independently optimized
with the appropriate speed, resolution and size. With high-speed camera frame
rates, up to 210 frames per second, the Impact M-Series Embedded Vision System
provides complete images to the dual-core processor, allowing capture of fast
moving products. PPT Vision says the Impact
M-Series is designed with high performance processing and performs at more than
twice the speed of most of today's cameras, resulting in more high quality
The M-100 camera's footprint measures 29 x 29 mm-the Impact M-Series delivers
high speeds and precision in areas with limited access or environmental
constraints. With 15 Impact M-Series camera models available, users have the
ability to choose the right camera speed, resolution and size to accommodate
versatile application requirements.
The M-Series Embedded
Vision System allows users to perform up to four unique inspections that can be
initiated independently-at different times or simultaneously-utilizing a single
vision processor. By eliminating the need to purchase multiple systems for
separate inspection/guidance programs, the Impact M-Series saves additional
costs and reduces setup and networking time. The M-Series is an ideal machine
vision solution for manufacturing industries that require more than one
inspection, including electronics, pharmaceutical, medical devices, consumer
products and automotive.
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