Multi-camera vision system includes touch screen display

Teledyne Dalsa's Geva-312T multi-camera vision system is designed to meet diverse requirements in industrial inspection for end users and features a touch screen display, 1.6 GHz dual core processor and two Gigabit Ethernet camera ports for camera and network interfacing.

07/02/2014


Teledyne Dalsa's GEVA-312T multi-camera vision system is designed to meet diverse requirements in industrial inspection for end users and features a touch screen display, 1.6GHz dual core processor and two Gigabit Ethernet camera ports for camera and netwTeledyne Dalsa's Geva-312T multi-camera vision system is designed to meet diverse requirements in industrial inspection for end users. The Geva-312T has a built-in touch screen display with multiple GigE ports that are compatible with a wide range of GigE cameras, including Teledyne Dalsa's Genie cameras. The Geva-312T's features include a 12-in. touch screen display, 1.6 GHz dual core processor and two Gigabit Ethernet camera ports for camera and network interfacing. Applications using one or two cameras can connect directly to the Camera/LAN ports on the unit. Additional cameras can be accommodated using Gigabit Ethernet switches. The slim-line form factor of the Geva-312T maximizes control panel real estate for PLCs, motions controllers and non-vision related components.

Teledyne Dalsa

www.teledynedalsa.com 

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