Machine Vision Camera

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Machine Vision CameraThe EoSens 3FIBER high-speed machine vision camera from Mikrotron GmbH features fiber interface and combines high data rates with cable lengths up to 300 m.

The fanless, 3-MP camera is capable of transmitting data up to a distance of 300 m and runs up to 566 fps, which is transmitted through the fiber interface. The compact and robust MTP/MPO connector ensures that the camera does not disconnect, even during fast and sudden movements. The thinness of each individual fiber allows bundling all fibers into one cable that transmits the entire data.

Applications include fields where high data or frame rates in connection with long cables are needed, such as inspection tasks, industrial processes or in the transportation sector. The camera is also ideal for applications with possible electromagnetic interference or multicamera applications where several cameras need to operate synchronously over long distances. Other uses include the inspection of train axes, tires and overhead cables in transportation, production inspections and the recording of ballistics and missile launches.

Published: July 2017
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