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PPT Vision: Specialty inspection cameras, software

Two new GigE-compatible specialty cameras from PPT Vision including the 8-megapixel and 3-CCD models are now available, as well as Version 10.3 of the Impact Software Suite to support all cameras in the company’s M-Series embedded machine vision system.
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The 8-megapixel, 4/3-in. progressive scan camera, with 3296 x 2472 pixel resolution and 10 frames/second (fps), is designed for inspections that require a high-resolution, superior quality image and a wide field of view. The camera’s rugged, industrial-grade architecture withstand rigorous manufacturing settings.

The 3CCD color camera has a prism-block assembly that supports three 1/1.8-in. CCDs to provide 1620 x 1236 pixel resolution, 15 fps and superior light gathering. Provides high image quality and color fidelity for a wide range of color inspections.

PPT’s Impact 10.3 Software offers a number of key enhancements including an “auto-trigger” mode to automatically trigger a camera based on a user-defined time period as well as new drag-and-drop and angle tools.

 

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