How to Select the Right Hardware Components for Your Vision System
An image processing system needs more than just a camera. Only a light source, a matching lens, reliable data transfer and additional components such as frame grabbers, PC cards and power supplies turn a vision system into a functioning unit. When it comes to industrial equipment and computer vision systems, all components must be absolutely reliable. If a system used in a 24-hour operation fails because inferior or incompatible components are used, this can quickly lead to high costs.
Xenia Zarick, Product Manager at Basler, talks about the main components a vision system is based on besides a camera. She will give general advice on how to design a vision system and explain what to consider for each hardware category while choosing specific components.
The webinar will discuss the following hardware components:
- Data and trigger cables
- Interface devices such as frame grabbers or pc cards
- Peripheral devices
- Mechanical components
Additionally we will show you how Basler’s online guidance tool, the Vision System Configurator, helps you to put together matching components for your vision system.
Xenia Zarick has worked as Product Manager at Basler AG since 2016 and is responsible for the portfolio of lenses, cables and further vision components at Basler. Her work involves compiling market requirements and supporting products throughout their entire life cycle, from initial development and market launch through product discontinuation. Xenia studied industrial engineering at the University of Hamburg from 2011 to 2016, earning Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees.
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