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    Video: Dual GigE - The New High Speed Interface Solution for Advanced Imaging Sensors
    Jens Klattenhoff - Baumer Optronic GmbH Content: During the last years GigE Vision has been established as the new interface for vision components. Benefits like the long cable length of 100m, the possibility to use standard PC components instead of expensive frame grabbers, and also the easy network structure for multi camera systems are reasons for the success. Nevertheless, also GigE Vision has limits. With a bandwidth of 120 MB/s mostly single tap sensors can take advantage of the GigE advantages. For sensors with higher resolutions and higher speed, like the new quad tap Kodak sensors, the bandwidth of standard GigE is not enough to use the full performance. Dual GigE is solving this problem and offers a new interface technology to support sensors which are usually depending at least a CameraLink base interface. The talk will cover technical aspects of Dual GigE as well as available products like cameras and network components ...
    Erstellt: 30.11.2010 22:19
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    VISION 2010 Stuttgart
    VISION 2010, 09.11.-11.11.2010, Stuttgart ...
    Erstellt: 20.11.2010 10:23
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    Video: More than just cameras - The complete solution for GigE Vision
    Jens Klattenhoff - Baumer Optronic GmbH 10:30 - 11:00 Uhr Content: Today’s vision applications depend on more than just cameras. Next to cameras, the right system configurations as well as the right network components are essential for a successful system setup. With Power over Gigabit Ethernet the first real single cable solution for GigE Vision became possible by introducing unique new developments like industrial switches and the external GigE trigger device at the same time. Keywords: Videos 2009, Industry, Cameras, Interfaces, Products & Services (P&S) ...
    Erstellt: 15.11.2009 10:30
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    VISION 2009 Stuttgart
    VISION 2009, 03.11.-05.11.2009, Stuttgart ...
    Erstellt: 04.11.2009 21:31