BARRINGTON, N.J., April 26, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Edmund Optics®, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of optical components, has leveraged its partnership with machine vision camera manufacturer Allied Vision to jointly address the camera supply issues that are currently plaguing many industries. This intensified collaboration makes high-performance machine vision cameras available for purchase with quick delivery and short lead times. Allied Vision in-stock machine vision cameras are currently available to ship, with lead times for all other models being just 2 to 4 weeks, in comparison to the 48-week lead times being reported by many other suppliers.
The Allied Vision Alvium USB 3.1 machine vision cameras are compact, lightweight, and GenICam and USB3 Vision compliant cameras, making integration into Windows, Linux, and Linux ARM systems seamless. These cameras come equipped with the latest On Semi and Sony sensors, including the 4th Gen Pregius S.
Camera availability is due to the integration of application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs). Because of this, the Allied Vision Alvium USB 3.1 cameras are available for rapid delivery and in high volume; this compared to cameras utilizing field programmable gate array (FPGA), which are currently experiencing severe supply chain issues.
About Edmund Optics:
Edmund Optics® is a leading global supplier of optics, imaging, and photonics technology that has served a variety of markets including Life Sciences, Biomedical, Industrial Inspection, Semiconductor, R&D, and Defense since 1942. The company designs and manufactures a wide array of optical components, multi-element lenses, imaging systems, and optomechanical equipment, while supporting OEM applications with volume production of stock and custom products. Operating in more than a dozen major facilities around the globe, Edmund Optics employs just over 1,100 employees and continues to expand. Customers can purchase items by calling 1-800-363-1992, via the catalog, or on the website at www.edmundoptics.com.
Source: Edmund Optics