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New addition to smart camera family

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article image Powered by an Ultra Low Power (ULP) Celeron and embedded Intel architecture processor.

MATROX Imaging, represented in Australia by Dindima Group Pty Ltd , has announced the latest addition to the Matrox Iris P-Series family of programmable smart cameras designed for professional developers and OEMs, the Iris P300H.

It includes a high-speed monochrome 640 x 480 at 100fps 1/3" type CCD sensor, which makes it suitable for high throughput inspection applications that require simple analysis/processing of images.

The Matrox Iris P-Series family is powered by an Ultra Low Power (ULP) Celeron and embedded Intel architecture processor. They run the Windows CE.NET real-time operating system and are programmed using Microsoft eMbedded Visual C++.

OEMs and integrators can develop their applications with the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL), the industry's ultimate toolbox for image processing solutions and run them directly on Matrox Iris P-Series.

The Matrox Iris P-Series are smart cameras that support the flexibility of PC-based machine vision systems and are the first Matrox products of its kind to feature hardware for image sensing as well as a software API (application programming interface) for image analysis.

The Matrox Iris P-Series camera family is fully programmable and can be customised by OEM and integrators for vertical markets such as automotive, electronics, pharmaceutical, robotics, surveillance and traffic control.

Designed to facilitate development and increase productivity, MIL offers a common API that supports the entire line of Matrox Imaging hardware. Now at version 8.0, MIL offers an intuitive and easy-to-use function set for managing image capture, processing analysis, display and archiving.

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