Real-time networks support vision

Hardin, R. Winn
June 2004
Vision Systems Design;Jun2004, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p29
Focuses on the use Ethernet of Local Area Network technologies by machine-vision companies to enhance the performance of their systems. Application of Ethernet protocols with 10/1000/1000-Mbit/s bandwidths on vision systems; Information on real-time Fieldbus networks; Comparison between the cost incurred in using Ethernet hardware and high-bandwidth Fieldbus architectures; Percentage of customers that ask designers to integrate a vision system with Fieldbus networks.


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