PPT Vision (Minneapolis, MN) has added a GigE-compatible, 16-megapixel camera to its M-Series, powered by PPT Vision’s configurable Impact Software. The device features Class-1 CCD sensors; industrial-grade construction and testing; thermal management and low noise performance; and precise alignment of a large sensor, with less than .1-millimeter variance. Typical applications for the camera include flatpanel LCD and PCB inspections.
PPT also announced Version 10.4 of its Impact Software Suite to support the 16-megapixel camera. A new interface includes image-saving and image-filtering tools. A calibration mode is also available for user-entered, point-to-point calibration.
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