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Smart camera carries 1.2GHz dual core processsor

Posted: 18 Sep 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Teledyne DALSA? smart camera? dual core processor? factory?

A high performance addition to the BOA family of smart camera products has been rolled out by Teledyne DALSA. The BOA 200 is powered from a 1.2GHz dual core processor and is aimed at applications that demand higher speed or higher resolution processing.

The BOA 200 is packaged in a small rugged enclosure that fits easily into existing production lines, machinery or moving equipment. The product can deliver over four times the processing speed of the standard BOA camera and provides additional memory for both program execution and solution storage. With choice of application software embedded, BOA 200 offers a flexible inspection system that is ready to setup, easy to integrate and quick to deploy on the factory floor.

"Smart camera technologies continue to progress by leaps and bounds," said Steve Geraghty, VP of Teledyne DALSA Smart Products and Software. "Many high-speed applications that were dependent on PC processing are now within the capability range of low power, highly integrated devices. The BOA 200 leverages these advances in technology to deliver higher performance to our customers that need it."

BOA 200 software variants include iNspect Express, IDR and Sherlock. All three software packages include a comprehensive suite of tools and capabilities, as well as support for standard factory protocols such as Ethernet/IP, Modbus and ProfiNet.

The BOA camera line includes a range of resolution and performance models for both monochrome and colour applications. The products are offered with panel ready accessories that provide integration convenience and expandability.

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