JE-231V featured in Vision Systems Design

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January 5, 2016

JADAK’s JE-231V Megapixel Smart Camera is featured in a recent online publication by Vision Systems Design. Specifically designed with on-board intelligence to perform image processing, image analysis, object detection and barcode decoding functions, the JE-231V color smart camera is ideal for embedded medical, life sciences, and other OEM device applications.  To learn more about about the camera’s features or to read the full article, please click on the link below.

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The JE-231V is a color megapixel camera with on-board intelligence to perform image processing, image analysis, object detection and barcode decoding functions.  Utilizing a 5 mega-pixel CMOS sensor, the JE-231V brings high resolution imaging to bear on the toughest machine vision and data collection problems.

Compatible with JADAK’s Clarity™ Machine Vision software, the JE-231V can perform image analysis functions such as object counting, shape analysis, item measurement, mechanical alignment measurement and more.  Because the JE-231V is a smart camera, all image analysis functions can happen on the JE-231V, eliminating the need to ship images to a host which ultimately improves workflow, simplifies system design and reduces interface boxes and cables. To learn more or to download the specs, please click on the link below.

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