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VCSBC Quadro

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Machine vision specialist Vision Components has introduced the VCSBC Quadro, a board camera based on the established VC360, with four sensor heads for taking 360° panorama pictures in various applications such as safety or security.

With ports for one, two, or four sensor heads, the camera is designed to be an economic platform for all kinds of multi-sensor solutions. It is, for example, a solution for applications that require a high resolution along the x or y axis.

The camera synchronises overlapping parts of pictures taken by neighbouring sensors. It compiles the individual pictures with a 752 x 480 pixel resolution (wide VGA) into a complete 3,008 x 480 pixel image.

The hardware design ensures synchronous operation of all connected sensors: a trigger signal initiates image capture at exactly the same time.

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