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Dalsa Unveils GEVA Vision Controller for Multicamera Vision Applications

Dalsa, manufacturer of machine vision solutions, has manufactured a new cost-efficient vision controller that provides substantial savings in cost for multicamera vision applications. The GEVA industrial controller is ideal for final inspection in large assembly lines.

GEVA is mounted on a DIN Rail and features Gigabit Ethernet camera interfaces that support inspection from eight cameras having a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The camera interfaces are provided with two camera ports. The ports are compatible with line, area, color, and mono scan gigabit Ethernet cameras.

The camera features high-speed memory resources, large storage capability, and a dual core processor. The memory resources enable it to function smoothly in demanding applications. It also offers numerous external interfaces that are used for system integration purposes.

The camera features a serial port and a third Gigabit Ethernet port for plant communication. It also has an opto-isolated I/O, strobe outputs, and trigger inputs. Dalsa’s Sherlock or iNspect application software is  used for setting up vision solutions on GEVA. The software provides tools, along with control and interfacing options for equipment and users. The vision controller also features software emulators that enable users to debug or develop applications offline.

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