Axiomtek – a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is proud to introduce the MVS900-511-FL, its all-in-one fanless machine vision system with the real-time vision I/O and camera interfaces. Its vision I/O includes trigger input, trigger output, LED lighting control, quadrature encoder input, and isolated DIO. Equipped with four IEEE802.3at GbE LAN ports (PoE) for popular GigE cameras, this powerful vision system can support area scan and line scan for automated optical inspection (AOI). By adding the support of the Intel® OpenVINO™ toolkit, it can be trained and perform inference to catch defects, flawed parts, making sure every product leaving a production line meets all quality criteria. With its integrated vision elements, the high-precision MVS900-511-FL addresses the needs and requirements of smart manufacturing and AIoT applications.
The MVS900-511-FL has scalable processing powers with a choice of LGA1151 socket 7th/6th generation Intel® Core™ processors or Celeron® processor (up to 65W) with the Intel® H110 chipset. This high-performance machine vision system can operate under sequential control and can be synchronized with four cameras. Meanwhile, the MVS900-511-FL enables easy integration of any light source. Its integrated lighting controller comes with both the strobe mode and trigger mode, which can support various kinds of LEDs and reduce the overall cost of system integration. These advanced features allow system integrators to configure and deploy vision applications faster and easier.
As AI technology advances, manufacturers increasingly look to machine vision solutions to expand its inspection capabilities to increase yield, improve product quality, and increase operational efficiency. To facilitate the captured image clear and free of distortion under accurate lighting control, the MVS900-511-FL is equipped with an advanced encoder operating mode with high-speed trigger function and flexible lighting control. This machine vision system achieves seamless interoperability between cameras and vision devices through the integrated real-time vision I/O. Its front I/O design also offers ease of maintenance,