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The Crowley Company

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The Crowley Company (1F84) will be exhibiting the next generation of its Machcam 71, a 71 megapixel area array camera. The camera is based on a CHR70M sensor and is suitable for applications including LCD and PCB inspection, aerial imaging, packaging and inspection, scientific imaging, and military and law enforcement security.

The camera is supplied with a Pleora software development kit and is USB 3.0 compatible. It is compatible with Cognex VisionPro and other key machine vision industry software. The 1.5 version of the camera includes an external trigger for enhanced capture options in automated environments, bootloader capability for FPGA firmware updates, and an automated calibration processor for optimal image results, which can vary from sensor to sensor.

Also on show will be a MACHCAM 120MP prototype, which uses Canon’s 120 megapixel image sensor.