Wednesday, September 28, 2016

USB3.0 for Machine Vision? Absolutely! Educate yourself with our white paper to learn some key tips.


For the past decade, Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) has been the preferred choice as a camera interface for machine vision applications. It started off slowly supplementing Firewire (A/400 & B/800) as the then current choice, but picked up steam as it became apparent that Firewire 1600 was not going to gain traction in the marketplace.  

Today, USB3.0 is picking up steam and being molded into an excellent choice for machine vision applications.  

How is USB3.0 a good choice today?  

Read our white paper in which you will learn:

1)  What are the requirements for machine vision applications today?

2)  How do camera interfaces compare which including Firewire, GigE, USB2.0 and USB3.0  

3)  Why USB3.0 is a great alternative for today's challenging Vision applications.  

The white paper also includes links to even more detailed detailed info on USB3.0 which provides specifics on CPU usage, cable lengths, USB controllers and multi-camera applications.  
Have an application to discuss using USB3 Vision?  1st Vision has extensive knowledge in industrial imaging and can help answer any questions.  We have over 100 years of combined knowledge and look forward to discussing your application.  

Please do not hesitate to Contact us!  1st Vision can provide a complete solution including cameras, lenses, lighting and cables.  

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