Quickstart, 5 steps to trigger LED from Vision Camera using strobe controller

  Max Reijngoudt     18/01/2019     Reacties (0)

How to connect and trigger a LED light source with a machine vision camera from Daheng Imaging using an industrial strobe controller . We have explained it in 5 simple steps. This is applicable to both USB3 and GigE machine vision cameras that have a trigger output. As additional hardware we have used a 12V powersupply, a Power LED and a triggerable industrial strobe controller, the ACC-MV-LED-STROBECONTROLLER-V1 . Step 1: Program the triggerable industrial strobe controller We are using in our example an ACC-MV-LED-STROBECONTROLLER-V1 industrial strobe controller that can be triggered. A nice feature of this strobe controller is that you can program it, using the dipswitches, without the need of connecting the strobe controller to a pc. Most industrial strobe controllers can be triggered and have at least 4...

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QuickStart, 5 steps to easily install a machine vision camera and acquire an image

  Max Reijngoudt     28/12/2018     Reacties (0)

In this QuickStart we explain in 5 simple steps how to install a machine vision camera from Daheng Imaging. This article is based on a setup with a windows pc and a USB3 or GigE Machine Vision Camera. For all other operating systems use the the manuals in our download section .   Step 1: install SDK for Machine Vision Camera You first have to download the SDK for our Machine Vision Cameras . You can find the latest version of our windows SDK in our download section. When you have downloaded the SDK you can install it. Please don't connect the Machine Vision Camera during the installation of the SDK. Step 2: Connect to the Machine Vision Camera After installation of the SDK, you can connect the Machine Vision Camera. In case you are using a USB3 Vision camera, please make sure you have connected it to...

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Industrial polarization camera whitepaper

  Max Reijngoudt     04/12/2018     Reacties (0)

Industrial Polarized Camera Daheng Imaging is dipping their toes in the industrial polarized camera segment by implementing the Sony-IMX250MZR monochrome image sensor. Industrial polarization camera systems are able to capture information, which a normal line or area industrial camera is not able to obtain. A polarization camera conducts a two-dimensional analysis. It measures both the degree and direction of the polarization of the light. As a result the final image has almost none reflections from external lightsources. A polarized camera is ideal for applications like the inspection of glossy products and transparent products.   Standard machine vision camera versus polarized camera The following examples show on the left hand side an image captured with a standard machine vision camera and on the right hand side...

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Keurmerk voor veilig online kopen van een machine vision camera

  Max Reijngoudt     21/11/2018     Reacties (0)

Keurmerk voor veilig online kopen van een machine vision camera GeT Cameras, de webshop voor een industriële machine vision cameras , is nu aangesloten bij het webwinkel keurmerk WebwinkelKeur en EMOTA (European eCommerce & Omni-Channel Trade Association). Dit biedt voordelen voor GeT Cameras en voor u als klant. Met het keurmerk creëren wij een vertrouwelijke online omgeving voor het kopen van een machine vision camera. Het keurmerk geeft u namelijk een aantal garanties en de optie om voor u, de klant, een beoordeling achter te laten over uw ervaring met onze machine vision camera en onze service. Uw mening over onze machine vision camera is belangrijk Zoals hierboven vermeldt geeft het keurmerk de optie aan de klant om op een gemakkelijke wijze zijn/ haar mening achter te laten op onze service en de...

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Explanation of the USB3 Vision camera protocol | Top 5 reasons why to use an USB3.0 camera | Top 10 checklist for implementing an industrial USB3 Vision system

  M. Reijngoudt     11/11/2018     Reacties (0)

Introduction to the industrial machine vision USB3 Camera System USB3 Vision standard is an imaging interface standard for industrial USB3 vision cameras . The majority of camera manufacturers have already adopted this standard, and the number of compatible, accessories growing quickly. A big advantage of the USB3 interface is that, any of the PCs, laptops and smartphones have a USB 3.0 interface built in nowadays. In the field of vision technology, USB 3.0 is also replacing dated interfaces such as the FireWire, Cameralink and USB2.0. The speed of the USB3 Vision Camera Interface The USB 3.0 interface, also known as Super-Speed USB, is the following line of the well-known plug and play Universal Serial Bus spec that builds on the assets of USB 2.0 and washed out its weaknesses. The operative bandwidth accessible with...

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