WATERLOO, Ontario – Teledyne DALSA in Waterloo, Ontario, is introducing the GEVA 400 compact machine vision system for multi-camera applications.
The GEVA 400 offers four Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Gigabit Ethernet camera ports for cameras like Teledyne DALSA's Genie Nano Gigabit Ethernet. Users can add cameras with commercially available network technologies.
The GEVA 400 features the Intel quad-core ATOM microprocessor architecture, and offers low power consumption and solid performance for a wide range of machine vision applications. Users can expand it with an optional PL-USB companion module that offers I/O expansion and integration for as many as four Gigabit Ethernet cameras.
In addition to the four PoE camera ports, the GEVA 400 includes Ethernet and serial ports for communicating with third-party devices, four USB ports for setup and run-time control, and a factory enterprise-dedicated display.
Users set up electro-optical vision solutions on the GEVA 400 with integrated iNspect or Sherlock software, which offer tools and capabilities for applications requiring positioning, identification, verification, measurement, and flaw detection.
For more information contact Teledyne DALSA online at www.teledynedalsa.com.
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