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New higher performance GEVA vision appliances.

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WATERLOO, Ont.: DALSA Corp.’s new GEVA (or GigE Vision Appliance) expands the performance platform for a host of industrial inspection tasks.

Compatible with the full range of DALSA Genie and Spyder3 cameras, GEVA cuts the costs of multi-camera vision applications, such as the final inspection of large assemblies.

The Waterloo, Ont. manufacturer of machine vision systems says the high bandwidth GigE camera ports are compatible with a wide range of mono or colour, area and line scan GigE cameras, which can be mixed to suit the application needs. And you can lower system costs by using commercially available network technologies for camera expansion.

There are a number of external interfaces for system integration including: dedicated display and USB ports for setup and run-time control; a third gigabit ethernet port and a serial port for factory communication; dedicated trigger inputs for inspection timing; dedicated strobe outputs for lighting control; and opto-isolated I/O for associated equipment interfacing.

Set up GEVA’s vision solutions with DALSA’s iNspect or Sherlock application software.