CamerasIndustrial digital cameras today have much more functionality than just delivering an image. The camera software is contolling functions like processing and time-stamping as well as appending the results to the image data stream. In addition the camera often controls external hardware and even analyses or processes the image, just outputing the result.
The choice of camera must reflect system architecture, the cost of a machine vision system and must be made with the full understanding of the application’s need of speed, sensitivity, dynamic range and resolution as well as the need to control the actual image capture . Sensor technology and design both create interactions among these characteristics, so system developers must make tradeoffs in the choice of camera. Exploring these characteristics in detail with our experienced sales team can be helpful in making those tradeoffs.
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