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Orca enclosures

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AutoVimation has released the Orca line of enclosures designed to protect large cameras with a maximum cross section of 60 x 60mm, even in rugged industrial environments. The enclosures are suitable for line scan cameras, laser scanners, 3D measuring systems such as the Ranger camera from Sick, and compact thermal imaging cameras. Cameras can be easily installed using a quick lock and heat guide system. These mounting elements also serve to dissipate heat generated by the cameras. Orca protective enclosures have a cross section of 96 x 96mm and are available in lengths from 140mm.

The protective enclosures use the standardised Mechanical Machine Vision Interface developed by AutoVimation, which allows users to adapt all compatible image processing components directly to the enclosure. This removes the need for time-consuming manufacturing of light holders. Alternatively, in applications where no IP protection is required, customers can benefit from these advantages by using the corresponding Orca mounting block.

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