Fanless vision system for harsh industrial environments
Teledyne Dalsa's GEVA 3000 is fanless and is equipped with a Gen3 Core i7 processor, choice of camera interface and ready-to-use application software.
Teledyne Dalsa's GEVA 3000 has more than six times the processing performance of the entry level GEVA 300 and up to three times the performance of the GEVA 1000. The fanless GEVA 3000 reduces downtime and maintenance costs associated with deploying standard PC solutions in harsh industrial environments. Equipped with a Gen3 Core i7 processor, choice of camera interface and ready-to-use application software, the GEVA 3000 delivers the out-of-box performance to satisfy a wide range of single or multi-camera inspection needs.
The GEVA 3000 is offered in two models for interfacing GigE or Camera Link cameras. The standard model includes six Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) ports that support a wide range of expandable camera configurations. The Camera Link model, which can acquire simultaneously from two Camera Link base or one medium style camera, is designed for tasks that require higher resolution and faster frame rates.
Vision solutions on the GEVA 3000 are setup using Teledyne Dalsa's iNspect Express or Sherlock 64-bit application software. iNspect Express software requires little or no prior vision experience, while Sherlock 64-bit software tackles more challenging inspection tasks. Both software packages offer a wide selection of proven tools and capabilities.
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