The MX-E Series of Vision Processors provides the highest performance in image processing with unmatched flexibility through GigE multi-camera connectivity support. The MX-E Series allows users to choose the level of system performance and complexity based on their application needs. Three different MX-E models are available, each featuring the latest Intel chipsets and high speed PoE (Power over Ethernet) camera ports.
MX-E vision processors are equipped with NPN or PNP digital I/Os and power two or four GigE cameras. The MX-E20 is an entry-level, affordable processor featuring an Intel® Celeron dual core 1.4 GHz processor and two independent Gigabit PoE camera ports. The MX-E20 offers a cost effective means to migrate from smart camera applications to an embedded vision system.
The MX-E40 Series is a rugged and compact embedded vision processor that features Intel® multi-core processors and two or four independent Gigabit PoE camera ports. The MX-E40’s long-life embedded components provide a robust and reliable vision system for critical inspection applications. The next generation MX-E80 Vision Processor extends the power and performance of the MX-E Series to applications that demand faster, more advanced algorithms and higherresolutions with its Intel® Core™ i7 quad-core processor, 8GB memory and two or four independent Gigabit PoE ports.
Powered by IMPACT, the MX-E Series is the ideal solution for the deployment of embedded vision systems with multiple independent inspection points.
MX-E SERIES – E100 SERIES CAMERAS
The E100 Series features a state-of-art grayscale or color CMOS image sensor and supports standard vision GigE connectivity. Thanks to their small housing, E100 Series allow for easy installation in locations where space is constrained.
The E100 Series is the ideal solution for fast embedded vision system integration and ensures an outstanding price/performance ratio. High resolution and frame rate guarantee superior image acquisition for tackling the most complex machine vision applications.
- Packaging and labelling
Correct positioning of color printing alignment markers
Lot number and best before date OCR reading
Bottle cap inspection
Packaging artwork verification
Label position, orientation and color
- Medical and Pharma
GTIN, serial and batch number OCR reading
Medical device assembly control
Vial in tray counting
Color and shape detection of medical tablets
Inspection of flip-off caps (presence and color)
Component assembling verification
Electric fuse box inspection
Correct assembling verification