EyeVBox IV. with i3-machine vision processor

EVT introduces the compact EyeVBox IV. Together with the EyeVision image processing software, this combination is unbeatable at application areas such as e.g. measurement technology, pattern of comparative, object detection, code reading, clear writing reading etc. Wherever place needs to be saved, the EyeVBox IV. is a compact solution. Especially with the VESA-compatible holding device, a mounting at the attachment, the monitor or the wall is possible.

The EyeVBox IV. is equipped with an Intel® Core i3 processor and 4 GB DDR3 main memory. The CPU with an overclocking of 2 x 1700 MHz provides the great DualCore computing power. An Intel® WIFI and a Gigabit Ethernet connection are available as interfaces for the network connectivity and with each two USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 Ports, corresponding cameras can be connected comfortably.

In the robust Newton housing there is also the EyeMIO (Multifunction-IO-module), which is created by EVT. This equips the VBox with various Status-LEDs and also a temperature sensor. The EyeVBox IV. will be shipped with the standard command set of the EyeVision software but is also available, to customer specification, with the basic or professional command set. Thanks to the hyperthreadings, it can be switched between the test programs without delay.

In the standard command set of the EyeVision software, the complete measured and test technology command set and many more functions are included. You can find an overview of the complete command set on the EVT homepage. The complete package, including a camera and the EyeVision standard command set, is offered by EVT. A demo version of the EyeVision software can be downloaded from the EVT homepage to test the efficiency of the system.

EVT Eye Vision Technology GmbH
Tel: +49721 626905-82


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