EasyMVC New Camera Development Kit, plus Active Optical Cables for Industrial and Medical
SOLANA BEACH, CALIF. (PRWEB) MARCH 29, 2018
Macnica Americas, a North American division of Macnica Group, a global leader in premier semiconductor/component and network/security product distribution, today announced new machine vision solutions the company will demonstrate at The Vision Show on April 10-12, 2018.
Macnica, an expert in video and imaging technologies, is proud to be showing the following technologies at Booth 1212 in the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.
EasyMVC – Macnica’s NEW modular Machine Vision Camera Development Kit, EasyMVC, enables streamlined evaluation and development of machine vision cameras based on Sony image sensors and Intel FPGAs, with support for multiple machine vision network interfaces including USB3 Vision and HDMI 2.0. https://www.macnica.com/americas/products/boards-modules/mpression#easymvc
Macnica Machine Vision IP – Macnica’s Machine Vision IP for Intel FPGAs supports a wide range of sensor and network interfaces, including SLVS-EC, GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, GenICam, IEEE1588 and HDMI 2.0. https://www.macnica.com/americas/poducts/ip-software
EverPro Technologies Active Optical Cables – EverPro Active Optical Cables with BendRobust™ technology offer high performance industrial and medical video delivery, in a robust and durable solution up to 50 and 100 meters in length, with support for USB3.0, HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort. https://www.macnica.com/americas/products/cables/everpro
To see these products and technologies in action, please visit Macnica’s booth #1212 at The Vision Show, or contact Macnica directly to schedule a private meeting.
About Macnica Americas
Macnica Americas, Inc. is the North America division of Macnica Inc., a $4B global leader in technology product distribution, high-touch support and complex design services with headquarters in Yokohama, Japan. Macnica Americas offers customers and clients the benefit of their knowledge, experience and proprietary IP produced from working extensively with FPGAs, video transport and video processing technologies. For more information, visit http://www.macnica.com/americas