Intelligent camera for high-speed image processing applications

HawkEye 1600T intelligent camera from Microscan Systems is a compact machine vision system suitable for a broad range of vision applications.

12/05/2008



Microscan Systems HawkEye 1600T intelligent camera

HawkEye 1600T intelligent camera from Microscan Systems is a compact machine vision system suitable for a broad range of vision applications. Camera is said to be cost-effective and easily deployed to monitor quality, control processes, and identify and trace parts on manufacturing production lines.including Ethernet and RS-232, eight built-in I/O points, and is configured using a PC and the company’s Visionscape software. Visionscape tools such as Intellifind, OCR, and OCV are supported. Four camera versions are available. HawkEye 1600T intelligent camera is part of Microscan’s family of machine vision products, which include a variety of image processing tools and scalable systems. Product suite covers auto ID and traceability ranging from basic barcode tracking to complex inspection and measurement to enable manufacturing efficiency and quality control.
www.microscan.com
Microscan Systems
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