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P-Series smart camera

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Datalogic, a global leader in Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation markets and world-class producer of bar code readers, mobile computers, sensors, vision systems and laser marking equipment, today announced the release of the P-Series Smart Camera. 

Datalogic’s P-Series sets a new standard in the machine vision industry, merging advanced Smart Camera functionalities in a fully-embedded Vision Sensor form factor. In this modern-day, modular approach to machine vision, embedded lenses and illuminators are fully interchangeable and can be mounted and replaced in the field. Five focal lengths and seven lighting options result in 70 different combinations that deliver outstanding installation flexibility while offering superior image acquisition capabilities. The combination of a user-friendly, powerful interface and robust software tools will change the way any engineer, from beginner to expert, looks at machine vision.

The P-Series is purpose-built to tackle machine vision applications in food & beverage, pharmaceutical and automotive industries where ease of use, compactness and price/performance ratio are the most important buying criteria.

“Consistent with the consumer market, automation technology is trending towards combining more compact and powerful intelligent devices with modern day connectivity and interfaces. This combination offers customers the opportunity to automate new steps in their production process and increase innovation capability for the development of new products“, said Donato Montanari, General Manager of Datalogic Industrial Automation Machine Vision Business.

The camera is available from Framos. 

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