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It’s not just internal values that count

The newly designed housing for the complete CamPerform series will be on show at the launch of Control on 14 May 2013.

high-speed camera from Optronis GmbH

The familiar design of the high-speed camera from Optronis GmbH.

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The high-speed cameras made by Optronis have always demonstrated an impressive level of technical innovation and user-friendliness. At this year’s Control, the international trade fair for quality assurance in Stuttgart, Optronis will be demonstrating how the use of the CamPerform inline camera series can be made even simpler. That’s because the newly designed housing for the complete CamPerform series will be on show at the launch of Control on 14 May 2013.


When a high-speed camera for process analysis is built into the machine, it is important that it is not too big. After all, most areas of the machine do not have a lot of extra space. Therefore, in order to facilitate installation and thus make the CamPerform even more customer-friendly, Optronis GmbH is changing the size and shape of the professional camera with a complete redesign of the housing.

 

“We attach great importance to the user-friendliness of our devices,” says Dr. Bernd Reinke, head of the Industrial Cameras business unit at Optronis GmbH. “In technical terms, our products are now among not only the most innovative high-speed cameras, but also the most user-friendly ones. Adapting the design to make it even more manageable and yet functional is simply the logical consequence of our ongoing development work.”


Depending on the model, the high-speed cameras in the CamPerform series come with a frame rate of up to 100,000 fps and resolutions of up to 25 MP. The devices provide useful insights in the field of fault and behaviour analysis as well as science and research. Optronis cameras are user-friendly, sophisticated devices thanks to their comprehensible configuration and a high level of standardisation. Optronis GmbH will not only be presenting the new design in Hall 1 Stand 1729 at this year’s Control in Stuttgart from 14 to 17 May 2013, but will also demonstrate applications and solutions for insightful quality assurance.













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