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The scanner modules and fixed-mount scanners from Opticon are miniature in size and can be easily integrated into your device. They are an ideal solution for vending machines, kiosks, parking systems and much more.
The Aaeon BOXER-8150AI provides sufficient computing power and transfer rate of the USB subsystem for image processing from eight USB cameras simultaneously. This powerful configuration is ideal for a wide range of computer vision applications.
The NET and MIRO Series include a wide range of standard models. In addition, the strength of LexSystem is customization with minimal additional costs.
This is not the topic of the future; with AAEON hardware you can handle the deployment of artificial intelligence now. Read the article to find out how it all works and what you need for that.
The rugged 10,1” tablet is a perfect tool for industrial field service and maintenance or mobile HMI. It offers industry standard interfaces and connectors, hot-swappable battery and optional barcode reader, as well as the fact that it has been designed to allow customization.
The unmanaged switches from Hirschmann are the cost-effective way of entering the world of Industrial Ethernet technology without compromising the quality and reliability.
The BOXER-6405 and BOXER-6405(M) are compact embedded computers for smart factory applications. With their only 37mm thickness, they can be deployed almost anywhere, and their -20°C to 60°C operating temperature range means that they can handle harsh, factory environments.
They are reliable, robust and can also be used with working gloves. They are designed for work in the outdoor environment such as industrial field service, construction, public transport, logistics and warehousing.
Using the single-ended overmolded Lumberg Automation cords for actuators and sensors will save half of your work.
Everything you may need for safe and reliable communication in harsh industrial environments.
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Do you know the difference between son screaming at home at his father about Internet connection problem and father screaming in factory at his technological network administrator about industrial Ethernet connection problem?