We like the Vision show.
It continues to be the best opportunity to meet with friendly customers and partners from all
over globe, at the one location. An efficient way to exchange ideas, project details and
We also had the chance to further introduce our new Corporate Image, which highlights clarity, quality and efficiency – the same traits we work to deliver daily.
Examples of how we extend our customers‘ competitive advantage by providing optimised or extra capability to machine vision systems, were the main emphasis of our display.
||cost optimised USB3.0 industrial assembly – courtesy of IDS
||USB3.0 angled termination (offset type) – courtesy of Basler
||USB3.0 extended length assembly (to 10meters) – courtesy of Point Grey
||USB3.0 angled termination (up/down) – courtesy of Ximea
||USB3.0 high flex assembly – courtesy of Framos
||active optical USB3.0 assembly to 20M length.
||CL mini angled termination (offset type) – courtesy of Basler
||CL extended length solutions to 10M – courtesy of Allied Vision
||Horizontal ScrewLock plug & high flex “moderate” cable - courtesy of Basler
||Dual Bus GigE assy with unified cable – courtesy of Matrix Vision
||RJ45 Plug with latch and screw locking – courtesy of Point Grey
||IP54+ (to IP67) termination (accepts also std cables)
|Stingray||Ultra-Rugged GOF ass, with 2 LC single boot plug – courtesy of Allied Vision|
||Angled termination and extended length cable – courtesy of Allied Vision
|XCD-MV6||Reduced Size Plug and reduced OD cable – courtesy of JenCan|
Analogue / IO / Power Supplies
|w/o camera||IP67 circular plugs. Also furcated assys (separation of power and signals).|
Medical Cable assemblies
|w/o camera||Armoured hybrid CCD assembly for dental application.
Ultra-miniature coax cables (to AWG46!) for medical applications.
Hopefully we could continue to introduce our online cable configurator, which uniquely offers detailed technical specifications and stock availability information.
Thank-you again for your trust, business and new enquiries and projects!
Next exhibition is in Chicago in January, 2013 and of course we’ll see you next year again in Stuttgart (in September rather than November, 2013).