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Solve applications rather than develop underlying tools by leveraging a toolkit with a more than 25-year history of reliable performance Tackle applications with utmost confidence using field-proven tools for analyzing, classifying, locating, measuring, reading and verifying Base analysis on monochrome and color 2D images as well as 3D profiles, depth maps and point clouds Harness the full power of today's hardware through optimizations exploiting SIMD, multi-core CPU and multi-CPU technologies Support platforms ranging from smart cameras to HPCs via a single consistent and intuitive API
The fourth generation of Ai’s popular Inline Control System.  High Output Power: Capable of delivering 2.1 amps of continuous output and up to 8 amps in overdrive strobe at 24V, outperforming all other inline controllers on the market.  Compact & Rugged: Sleek enough to fit through wiring conduit with its compact anodized aluminum housing and sealed to IP68 standards for prolonged liquid immersion and complete dust protection.  Plug-and-Play Functionality: Enabled with SignaTech™, allowing for simplicity when overdriving, without risk of damage to the lighthead.
Solve machine vision applications efficiently by constructing flowcharts instead of writing program code, using field-proven tools for analyzing, classifying, locating, measuring, reading and verifying Use a single program for creating both application logic and operator interface Leverage deep learning for visual inspection through image classification and segmentation tools Rely on a common underlying vision library for the same results with an Iris GTX smart camera, vision systems or third-part computer Work with multiple cameras all within the same project or per project running concurrently and independently from one another, platform permitting
Reliably and efficiently acquire at up to 25 Gigabit/s per port through onboard packet processing  Maintain maximum flexibility with support for generic GigE Vision cameras  Readily and cost-effectively support multi-camera setups through two ports, together capable of handling up to 32 cameras  Cater to a range of cabling needs with support for copper and fiber-optic Ethernet cabling  Directly license Aurora software, formerly Matrox Imaging Software, with integrated license fingerprint and storage  Monitor and troubleshoot acquisition performance in detail using Aurora Gecho event-logging tool
Support the most high-performance Camera Link cameras with available support for Full and 80-bit mode at up to 85 MHz  Perform deterministic image acquisition by way of the jitter-free Camera Link 2.1 interface  Offload host computer of custom image processing using a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) device  Eliminate missed frames through a PCIe® 2.0 x8 host interface and ample onboard buffering  Optimize multi-camera applications via support for up to four Base or two Full/80-bit Camera Link cameras per board  Minimize space requirements and maximize PC compatibility through a half-length design with mini Camera Link connectivity for true single-slot operation
Boost performance by up to 3x over its precursor thanks to an Intel x6000 series embedded processor  Capture high-resolution images at high speed through a choice of CMOS sensors from two to 16 Megapixels  Deploy in dirty, humid, or harsh industrial environments by way of a compact IP67-rated design  Communicate actions and results to other automation and enterprise equipment via real-time digital I/Os, and Ethernet (TCP/IP, CC-Link IE Field Basic, EtherNet/IP™2, Modbus® , PROFINET® , and native robot interfaces)  Handle Human-Machine Interface (HMI) function by way of VGA and USB connectivity  Simplify vision setup and upkeep via integrated lens focusing and illumination intensity control 
Leverage dual-camera single-laser design to deliver exceptionally high 3D reproduction fidelity  Scan scenes quickly with profiling rates of up to 11,000 per second  Gain from unique embedded algorithms to generate consistent profiles, depth maps, or point clouds  Benefit from truly standard GigE Vision® interface to work directly with Zebra Imaging and third-party vision software  Simplify cabling with Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) support  Deploy confidently in tough industrial settings thanks to a solid IP67-rated2 aluminum housing and M12 connectors  Benefit from several fastening points to facilitate fixing one or more sensors to gantries and robots 
Tackle demanding imaging applications using an eighth-generation Intel Core processor Capture directly from GigE Vision® and USB3 Vision® cameras Broaden support for Camera Link® , CoaXPress® , DisplayPort, HDMI, and SDI video interfaces using Zebra frame grabbers Customize I/O capabilities through four PCIe slots accepting full-height, half-length cards Install in space-limited industrial environments given its small footprint and rugged design Streamline application development using the Aurora Design Assistant flowchart-based IDE or the Aurora Imaging Library SDK
Support for the highest speeds available in CoaXPress 2.0  Connect to and capture from up to four cameras or combine connections for even higher data rates  Simplify cabling with PoCXP support between cameras and vision computer  Offload host computer of custom image processing using a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) device  Distribute image processing workload across multiple computers through data forwarding capability  Synchronize with sensors, encoders, and controllers with ample auxiliary I/Os for each CoaXPress connection  Use license fingerprint for Aurora Imaging Library and avoid the need for a separate hardware key 
Simplify cabling between cameras and vision computer through PoE support  Facilitate multi-camera configurations with two or four Gigabit Ethernet ports  Trigger multiple cameras simultaneously and reliably using hardware-assisted trigger-over-Ethernet (ToE)  Synchronize to automation devices in real-time through digital I/Os with hardware-assisted management  Deploy pre-licensed for GigE Vision support in Aurora software, formerly Matrox Imaging Software  Avoid the need for a separate hardware key through a license fingerprint for additional Aurora software features  Certified for use with GigE Vision systems
Reduce service stoppages with a fanless design Inspect multiple sites through the support for four GigE Vision and four USB3 Vision cameras Simplify cabling for GigE Vision installations using Powerover-Ethernet (PoE)-enabled ports Tackle deep learning and traditional machine vision applications with a mobile-class embedded twelfth-generation Intel Core processor Connect separately to the factory floor and enterprise networks via two more Gigabit Ethernet ports Synchronize with other equipment using the integrated real-time digital I/Os with rotary encoder support and RS-232/RS-485 ports
Facilitate computer integration with a PCIe® x1 interface  Benefit from real-time synchronization with 16 discrete digital I/Os  Get straightforward access to I/Os via standard D-Sub connector  Support factory-floor and lab use with 24 V and TTL-compatible signaling  Protect against unintended use with optical isolation and resettable fuses  Track moving production lines with support for two rotary incremental encoders  Use status indicator LED for each I/O to assist with integration troubleshooting  Leverage Gigabit Ethernet port for industrial communication or video capture using GigE Vision