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New Application Notes and White Papers

Published: August 16, 2016

Optical Filters Application Note and 10GigE Camera White Papers

Emergent Vision Technologies 10GigE Cameras

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This application note describes the mechanism by which multiple Emergent cameras can be synchronized. Figure 1 : System Hardwarebelow illustrates the hardware involved: Emergent cameras connected to Myricom Sync NICs via SFP+ cabling(fiber, direct attach). Myricom Dual Port Sync NICswith SMB IRIGB00X input in one or more PCs. IRIGB00X Timecode Generator using either GPS or internal based timecode.

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This application note describes in detail the advantages of using Myricom NICs and MVA with Emergent Vision cameras. It describes the way in which MVA gains its significant advantages and provides a comparison to scaled up versions of the Intel Pro 1000 GigEVision NIC and driver which is the current choice for 1 Gigabit machine vision applications and software.

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Emergent Vision Technologies FAQs

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This application note describes the mechanism by which Emergent cameras can use Birger Engineering Canon EF adapters for electronic iris and focus control. Below is pictured the HS-12000 connected to the Birger Canon EF adapter and a standard Canon EF lens.



Application Note: StablEDGE

MidOpt StablEDGE™ optical filters are specifically designed to be less susceptible to effects from angular shifting seen when optical filters are placed in front of short focal length (<12 mm) camera lenses. This feature is becoming increasingly important as today’s trend in machine vision imaging progresses towards more compact inspection layouts, which utilize less space – forcing the camera and lens closer to the subject. As a result, short focal length lenses are now more widely used than ever before….


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