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Imaging and Vision handbook

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Stemmer Imaging has published the new edition of its handbook on imaging and machine vision. The new edition has improved technical overviews, easier to use selection guides and more than 30 per cent more content.

The handbook covers numerous basic topics from all areas of imaging and machine vision, making it an indispensable reference guide for all users of this technology.

The fifth edition of the Stemmer Imaging handbook addresses a host of practical imaging and machine vision questions. These include: Which applications are best for intelligent cameras? When are PC systems more suitable? What effect do lighting angles and colours have on the test results? How do I select the perfect lenses for my system? Which camera technology and which model is best suited to my application? FireWire, USB, Camera Link, CoaXPress or GigE Vision – which interface offers my system the most advantages? Which software can handle my problem reliably with a minimum of effort?

The technical overviews provide detailed explanations of the different basic technologies related to illumination, lenses, cameras, image acquisition, software, cabling and systems as well as the functionality of important accessories. Each of these overviews is supplemented by a comprehensive product section containing all the technical data needed to select the best components for a given application.

The Imaging and Vision handbook is printed in English and German.

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