The EyeVision Imaging processing software can be utilized with various smart cameras, such as those included in both the EyeCheck and EyeSpector Camera Series.
- RazerCam Nano
- The RazerCam Nano’s dimensions are 20 x 20 mm, making this the smallest currently available smart camera in the world. Processing images in real time with the FPGA, the camera can be used to perform particularly fast tasks.
- The RazerCam Nano is equipped with a powerful ZYNQ processor with DualCore ARM, integrated illumination, digital I/Os and interfaces, such as RS232 and Ethernet.
- Smart Camera with FPGA
- When used with free programmable FPGA, data from the RazerCam Nano can be rapidly preprocessed in real time. Even complex applications, such as contour matching, can be processed directly. Based on the XILINX ZYNQ SoC, the RazerCam comes with two ARM Cores.
- Users can choose between two matrix sensors with 0.4 MP and 3 MP, as well as a 4 k one line scan-sensor.
- EyeCheck 9xx and 1xxx
- Both of these sensors achieve excellent image processing in rough environments, as a result of their robust and compact design. Additionally, both the EyeCheck 9xxx and 1xxx series comply with protection category IP67.
- Both of these CMOS sensor cameras exhibit a resolution within the range of 640 x 480 up to 1280 x 1024 pixels. Furthermore, the ARM processor allows processing speeds up to 1 GHz.
- Interfaces that customers can user with these cameras include:
- Digital I/Os
- Both cameras can be ordered with integrated lenses in both the illumination or C-mount versions.
- EyeCheck 2xxx and 3xxx
- The EyeCheck 2xxx & 3xxx series are in the CMOS-sensor range, and are available in resolutions ranging from 752 x 480 up to 2592 x 1944 pixels and in the CCD-sensor version in resolutions ranging from 640 x 480 up to 2448 x 2050 pixels. The available interfaces are RS232 and Ethernet as well as digital I/Os.
- Both of these cameras are equipped with a video output that is suitable for connections with USB devices (such as mice and keyboards).
- These cameras can transfer computationally intensive tasks onto a DSP, thereby offering users with the highest level of performance for even the most challenging tasks.
- EyeCheck 4xxx
- The RazerCam is also available a EyeCheck 4xxx, which is integrated with EyeVision software.
- This camera is equipped with a LINUX operating system, as well as an extensive API that makes it easy to create individual programs in C++ or C code. In addition, the numerous libraries available for the ARM processor cores allow applications to be quickly solved.
- EyeCheck 7xxx
- The EyeCheck 7xxx is a smart camera that has a free programmable FPGA.
- For example, the EyeCheck 7800 is equipped with a Dual Core processor, FPGA of 85 K and a 4.2 MegaPixel CMOS sensor. When combined with the EyeVision 3.0 software, users can capture extremely small objects in real time and at high speeds. Note that the FPGAs are programmable with graphic tools.
- EyeCheck Thermo
- Within the compact housing exists a freely programmable FPGA. In addition, users can also take advantage of the integrated ZYNQ board Raze1-30. Users can choose between the different ZYNQ boards, depending on their specific needs and project requirements.
- The EyeCheck Thermo camera has 8 in- and 8 outputs, as well as a tolerance of up to 24 V.
- Users can choose between Raze1-15 and Raze1-30, depending on how powerful the FPGA should be.
Smart Cameras for Inspection Applications