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New Smart Camera EyeCheck 5xxx series

30 January 2017

The new EyeCheck 5xxx smart camera series by EVT is available as complete bundle together with the EyeVision image processing software or as OEM version. The ready-to-use smart camera solution is the EyeCheck 5xxx series and the OEM solution is called RoseCam.

Both camera versions are Linux (Ubuntu) smart cameras and are equipped with a quad-core Intel ATOM CPU. But the cameras are also available with a Windows 10 Operating System (Windows 10 IoT Enterprise). The EyeCheck 5xxx series also offers 4 GByte DRAM and 64 GByte storage, as well as a HDMI display port. The series contains CCD and CMOS sensors with resolutions between 0.3 and 12 Megapixel. The RoseCam as well as the EC 5xxx have a LED ring light, which can be dismounted if necessary. And the camera has also two programmable, constant LED drivers.

The EyeCheck 5xxx smart camera series with integrated EyeVision software is perfect for fast and accurate image evaluation and can be applied to tasks such as e.g. pattern matching, code reading (bar code, DMC, QR), OCR/ OCV, object detection, measurement technology, surface inspection, and many more.

The EyeVision software is easy-to-handle and can be used intuitively and selfexplanatory, completely without programming skills. The graphical user interface with its drag-and-drop function is used for programming the inspection programs. But of course, if needed the EyeVision software can also always be programmed, by using the Script Interpreter. Also EyeVision has the plugin concept, where the user can use libraries from Halcon or OpenCV to create commands for the EyeVision software and integrate them into the graphical user interface.

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