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For mounting cameras, vision sensors, mini-PC, displays and lighting for machine vision, EVT presents now EyeMount. The mounting and positioning system disposes the usual flaws of the conventional fixtures. EyeMount offers a permanent fixation of the monitoring unit. It is also possible to carry out an aligned adjustment, without an involuntary rotary movement. The mounting is also very easy. This means that the positioning can be reproduced and the for mounting and adjustment the user only needs two Allen keys.

EyeMount can be adjusted to the demands of the user. As there is a separation between the clamping device and the socket or the mounting plate, there is no need for „improvising“ any more and the user can save a considerable amount of time. Also all mounting possibilities are on offer, because various different mounting plates are available.

An advantage is the angular form of the poles instead of round poles, because the angular poles reduce the radial variance and – as alread mentioned above - involuntary rotary movements can thereby be avoided. Most important is the explicit, reproducible and documentable positioning of the visual inspection unit. Despite these facts, the vernier adjustment in both directions – horizontal and vertical – is also given. And all desired variance is also given.

Also available from EVT, its thermal imaging camera, EyeCheck Thermo, is now also available with either protection class IP65 or IP67. Therefore it is optimally suited for industrial use.

But not only the protection class is special. The user can combine the camera easily to the EyeMount profiles, to set up robust and easy-to-handle stands.

In the compact housing is a freely programmable FPGA. The integrated ZYNQ board Raze1-30 is at the customers disposal. It is also possible to use different ZYNQ boards, corresponding to the needs and wishes of the customer.

The EyeCheck Thermo has 8 in- and 8 outputs and has a tolerance of up to 24V. On customers demand he can choose between Raze1-15 and Raze1-30, depending on how powerful the FPGA should be.

And also with the additional thermal command set complex applications for the thermal imaging area can be solved quite easily. For this reason a variety of tasks from the thermal imaging environment can be handled via easy drag-and-drop-programming.