VGA display interface

  • 26-May-2010 04:22 EDT
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VisionView VGA from Cognex is a DIN rail-mount adapter that provides direct VGA output for VisionView application software, allowing operators to connect to any size VGA monitor without the need for a PC. In addition to supporting VisionView VGA, the firm’s VisionView 1.3 software supports the TrainFont interactive control for run-time font training of optical character recognition/optical character verification applications and allows VisionView to work with DataMan 200 industrial ID readers in addition to In-Sight vision systems. Results may be viewed from up to nine vision systems simultaneously. Operators can use the software with their own PC and monitor to control vision applications, or they can use the VisionView 700 Operator Interface Panel for touch-screen controls without a PC.

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