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PIC18F1220 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Power Oscillator controls. All of these features make it ideal for battery powered and power consumption critical applications including instrumentation and monitoring, data acquisition, power conditioning, environmental monitoring, telecom and consumer audio/video applications. Internal Oscillator...
PIC18F1320 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Power Oscillator controls. All of these features make it ideal for battery powered and power consumption critical applications including instrumentation and monitoring, data acquisition, power conditioning, environmental monitoring, telecom and consumer audio/video applications. Internal Oscillator...
PIC18F4320 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided oscillator and advanced low power oscillator controls. All of these features make it ideal for battery powered and power consumption critical applications including instrumentation and monitoring, data acquisition, power conditioning, environmental monitoring, telecom and consumer audio/video applications...
PIXCISV5R20 Radwell Epix PLCs/Machine Control, PC Board PLC & Add-On Boards VIDEO CAPTURE CARD HIGH-SPEED 30FPS

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  • Unilever Solves Packaging Issues Using 20/20 Hindsight High-Speed Video
    20/20 Hindsight takes high-speed digital video cameras to the next level and beyond. The result is a troubleshooting tool that provides over 48 hours of continuous video allowing users to look back in time to see exactly what caused packaging jams or process upsets. By seeing the root cause, users
  • P&G Captures High-Tech Assistance
    Troubleshooting problems such as line jams in packaging operations just got easier at the Brown Summit, NC, plant of Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble. Installed at the plant were two new high-speed video systems called 20/20 Hindsight. They're used on three packaging lines in the antiperspirant
  • High-Speed Videography Using a Dense Camera Array (.pdf)
    We demonstrate a system for capturing multi-thousand frame-per-second (fps) video using a dense array of cheap 30fps CMOS image sensors. A benefit of using a camera array to capture high-speed video is that we can scale to higher speeds by simply adding more cameras. Even at extremely high frame
  • Stereoscopic Imaging with Phantom Digital High-Speed Cameras (.pdf)
    This paper is not intended to cover the many nuances in stereoscopic 3D cinematography or optics. Instead, it is meant as an introduction on how to use Phantom cameras to capture synchronized footage for both RAW and video workflows. There is no question that 3D cinematography is here to stay
  • Forgot film? No problem for digital cameras
    imaging capability lets the chips work in high-end cameras that can provide 4-megapixel digital still pictures and 1.3 million pixel video at 30 frames/sec with 12-bit accuracy. Sony Electronics recently developed a 3.3-megapixel digital camera called the Cyber-shot containing Carl Zeiss lenses

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