ADLINK Technology has included the latest EOS-2000 embedded vision system in their embedded vision platforms portfolio.
The EOS-2000 includes an Intel Core 2 Duo processor as well as four distinct analog NTSC/PAL ports, featuring maximum instantaneous image acquirement rates of 120 fps. The embedded vision system can be deployed in several automation applications such as supervision and configuration tasks demanding multi-camera imaging and complex computation abilities.
The system is a highly compact vision system measuring 7.9" x 6.5" x 3.3", enabling it to be deployed in several applications involving minimum space. Its significant features include software development kit support, adaptable system configurations and lower unit cost, enabling users to easily create new machine vision solutions.
The readily deployable machine vision system of ADLINK offers value enriched I/O support such as four USB ports, two RS-232/422/485 ports, 32 isolated digital I/O lines and several dual storage options including a CompactFlash slot and a SATA interface.
A superior and consistent platform for vital applications can be offered by the EOS-2000 vision system by choosing extended-life embedded parts as well as by including system supervising components. The sophisticated platform effectively monitors receptiveness of the system, speed of fan and temperature.
Neil Chen, Product Manager of Vision Solutions at ADLINK, has stated that the features of the EOS-2000 vision system will enable their clients to bring down total system costs.
The EOS-2000 is compatible with Windows XP Embedded (XPe) and Microsoft Windows 7 with file-based write filter (FBWF) support to offer robust and protected software deploying environment.