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PicSight-GigE

Extensible GigE Vision and GeniCam compliant cameras with advanced flexibility for OEMs

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PicSight GigE - Highlights


Cost Effective Gigabit Ethernet Camera Series + 26 different sensors Choice of 26 different CCD, CMOS, monochrome and color sensors with resolutions from VGA up to 5M pixels + 2 solid cabinet choices 2 different industrial quality metal cabinets available, straight, 90 degree angled + Onboard Bayer decoding (option) Integrated real-time Bayer decoding on FPGA relieves host computer + Integrated lens controller (option) Integrated lens controller for direct control of zoom, focus and aperture of motorized zoom lenses + Integrated hardware LUT's built-in real-time Look-Up-Tables on FPGA + Power over Ethernet (Option) Power supply through standard Ethernet cable + Smart camera (option) Smart Gigabit Ethernet camera for running ANSI C/C++ applications on the cameras embedded processor + Rapid development of custom features Leutron Vision offers fast integration of custom features in mechanic, hardware and software and private labeling for OEMs

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The Camera that fits your needs!


The PicSight Series is more than just a camera family. PicSight's processor based architecture has been designed to fit the needs of OEM's and to allow the rapid integration of additional features. PicSight Cameras are available with 26 different monochrome and color sensors. Just pick the sensor that is more suitable for your application. PicSight Gigabit Ethernet cameras can do more than just acquire images, they help you solve engineering problems. Gigabit Ethernet Interface The Gigabit Ethernet interface allows delivering images at high speed over standard inexpensive gigabit Ethernet network components. This helped to make it the de facto standard. You can use standard CAT 5 Ethernet cables with cable lengths up to 100 Meters without additional hardware. This lenght can be extended by using gigabit Ethernet switches to repeat the network signal. The power supply and cable can be eliminated by using PicSight GigE cameras with the power-over-gigabit-Ethernet option, without any loss of bandwidth. GigE Vision and GenICam compliant As Leutron Vision is one of the leading contributors to the GigEVision and GenICam standards, all PicSight GigE cameras are fully GigE Vision and GenICam compliant. PicSight will then work with GigEVision and GenICam compliant software such as with all major image processing libraries. PicSight Real-time Functions PicSight cameras offer more. The RTF option's built-in FPGA provides real-time functions such as onboard Bayer decoding and hardware LUT's. The RTF option has additional hardware for controlling motorized zoom lenses. All of these features make PicSight GigE a solution of choice for machine vision applications.

Special Features Need a special feature? No problem PicSight's flexible architecture in combination with our PicSight Rapid Development Process, allows us to develop custom functions, quickly and cost effectively. Contact us to help you to find the best solution for your application. Reliable Customer Support We know that implementing features is not enough. As Leutron Vision customer, you get comprehensive and reliable support in close contact to our development team.

"Leutron Vision is comitted to developing and producing cameras that not only fit OEM's demands but also fit their target costs" Mathias Leumann and Stefan Thommen CEOs Leutron Vision AG

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PicSight Hardware Features


Sensors The sensor is the most important part of your PicSight camera. Select one out of 26 different sensors, that fits your needs. They are available as CMOS or CCD sensors in monochrome and 8, 10 or 12 bit color with resolutions from VGA up to 5M pixels. Cameras can run full frame with maximum frame rates up to 200 frames per second. The gain and black level values are programmable. Our Cameras offer high dynamic range, high image quality and a high signal-to-noise ratio. EMVA-1288 measurement data is available. Every feature is programmable providing the flexibility you want for your application. Acquisition Modes Our CCD cameras and most of our CMOS cameras have progressive scan global shutters and support free run, simple trigger and integration time controlled trigger acquisition modes. The CMOS cameras with rolling shutter offer snapshot and global reset modes.

data transfer rate efficiently. The ability to upgrade camera firmware in the field extends camera maintainability. Image Memory PicSight GigE cameras have 16MB of memory for image storage, which allows transferring images either in chunk or in frame mode. The delayed transfer mode allows acquiring images from multiple cameras at the same time. Each camera then delivers it's image after a given delay time to minimize packet collisions and transfer the data with optimal network performance. A inter-packet-delay mode allows PicSight GigE cameras to work with slower networks. In addition, the camera can record image sequences and has a pre- and a posttriggering mode to take images at a specific time relative to the trigger signal. Real-time Features The RTF version of the PicSight GigE cameras use a more efficient FPGA and offer additional real-time features such as high quality Bayer decoding with easy to use white calibration on the camera, lookup tables and analog video output. Integrated Lens Controller The AS-RTF version of the PicSight GigE is equipped with a integrated 3-channel lens controller for motorized lenses with DC voltages up to 24V. It can set and read back lens settings for zoom, focus and aperture directly through the camera API. Lens positions are resolved at 256 levels (8 bit). The repositioning accuracy is 1 %. OEM-Features For OEM customers we offer a variety of additional possibilities such as preset-parameter-lists, timestamp, transfer of additional image related data such as exposure time and gain values inside the image (image signature) or advanced synchronization between multiple cameras, for example master/slave triggering and intelligent color processing. Please contact us for more information.

Multiple I/O PicSight cameras have direct TTL input as well as a TTL output for direct flash control. This provides minimum latency for image acquisition and light strobing. PicSight cameras also have two programmable input and three output optocouplers. Depending on the camera version, an analog video output is available as option. GigE-Interface The gigabit Ethernet network interface is powered by a 32-bit RISC processor and offers maximum performance and compatibility to 10/100/1000 megabit Ethernet networks. PicSight GigE cameras are fully GigE Vision and GenICam compliant and work plug-and-play with all major image processing libraries. The filter driver allows the host CPU to handle the high

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Flexible power supply There are different ways to power a PicSight GigE camera. You can connect power supply units with voltages from 10V to 26V to the SDR-26 (mini cameralink) connector keeping power and trigger connections separate. Or you can connect power and trigger just using the 12-pin Hirose connector. Otherwise, you can power the camera through the Ethernet cable with PicSight's power-over-gigabit-ethernet (PoE) option and a gigabit power switch. PoE is only available as phantom power circuit, where the power is sent over the data lines, not as spare-pair circuit like older PoE networks. Mechanics PicSight GigE has two standard enclosures: The straight cabinet and the H-option featuring a 90 angled lens mounting. Custom Cabinets are possible for OEM customers. The cabinets have tapped mounting holes on all sides for your convenience. You also have the choice of C or CS mount for the lens. The cameras are supplied standard with a IR-block filter. This can be replaced by another type such as float glass, daylight blocking, band-pass or any one of your specification.

1/4-CCD 659 494, 64 fps 1/3-CCD, 659 494, 62 fps 1/2-CCD 659 494, 62 fps 1/2-CMOS 659 494, 196 fps 1/3-CMOS 752 480, 64 fps 1/2-CCD 782 582, 63 fps 1/3-CCD 1024 768, 32 fps 1/2-CCD 1360 1024, 15 fps 1/2-CCD 1360 1024, 20 fps 2/3-CCD 1392 1040, 24 fps 1/1.8-CCD 1624 1236, 14 fps 1/2.5-CMOS 2592 1944, 10 fps 1/4-CCD 659 494, 64 fps 1/3-CCD 659 494, 62 fps 1/2-CCD 659 494, 62 fps 1/2-CMOS 659 494, 196 fps 1/3-CMOS 752 480, 64 fps 1/2-CCD 782 582, 63 fps 1/3-CCD 1024 768, 32 fps 1/2.7-CCD 1300 968, 9 fps 1/2-CCD 1360 1024, 15 fps 1/2-CCD 1360 1024, 20 fps 2/3-CCD 1360 1024, 20 fps 1/1.8-CCD 1628 1236, 14 fps 1/2.7-CCD 1628 1240, 9 fps 1/2-CMOS 2048 1536, 12 fps 1/2.5-CMOS 2592 1944, 10 fps

Common Technical Specification Voltage Weight Operating Temperature Digital input Digital Output Max. cable length Memory Scan (Sensor)
10 - 26V 145 g 0 - 50 C 2x Optocoupler, 1x TTL 3x Optocoupler, 1 x TTL 100 meters 16 MB progressive scan

I/O Gigabit Ehternet / PoE RS-232, Video out, Lens control

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Monochrome CCD and CMOS sensors


Camera Model
PicSight P34M-GigE PicSight P33M-GigE PicSight P32M-GigE PicSight G32M-GigE PicSight G43AM-GigE PicSight P52M-GigE PicSight P83M-GigE PicSight R132M-GigE PicSight P142AM-GigE PicSight P141M-GigE PicSight P202M-GigE PicSight R502M-GigE

Sensor Name
Sony ICX098 Sony ICX424 Sony ICX414 Micron MT9V403 Micron MT9V034 Sony ICX415 Sony ICX204 Micron MT9M001 Sony ICX267 Sony ICX285 Sony ICX274 Micron MT9P031

Sensor Size
1/4'' 1/3'' 1/2'' 1/2'' 1/3'' 1/2'' 1/3'' 1/2'' 1/2'' 2/3'' 1/1.8'' 1/2.5''

Sensor Type
CCD CCD CCD CMOS CMOS CCD CCD CMOS CCD CCD CCD CMOS

Resolution
659 x 494 659 x 494 659 x 494 659 x 494 752 x 480 782 x 582 1024 x 768 1280 x 1024 1360 x 1024 1360 x 1024 1624 x 1236 2592 x 1944

Max. Framerate*
64 fps 62 fps 62 fps 196 fps 64 fps 63 fps 32 fps 30 pfs 15 fps 20 fps 14 fps 10 fps

Pixelsize
5.6 x 5.6 m 7.4 x 7.4 m 9.9 x 9.9 m 9.9 x 9.9 m 6 x 6 m 8.3 x 8.3 m 4.65 x 4.65 m 5.2 x 5.2 m 4.65 x 4.65 m 6.45 x 6.45 m 4.4 x 4.4 m 2.2 x 2.2 m

* maximum framerate at full resolution * Exposure time in live (free run) and edge preselect mode - maximum exposure time in pulse width mode is 10 seconds

Color CCD and CMOS sensors with Bayer pattern


Camera Model
PicSight P34B-GigE PicSight P33B-GigE PicSight P32B-GigE PicSight G32B-GigE PicSight G43AB-GigE PicSight P52B-GigE PicSight P83B-GigE PicSight P133B-GigE PicSight P142AB-GigE PicSight P141B-GigE PicSight P202B-GigE PicSight P203B-GigE PicSight R312AB-GigE PicSight R502B-GigE

Sensor Name
Sony ICX098 Sony ICX424 Sony ICX414 Micron MT9V403 Micron MT9V034 Sony ICX415 Sony ICX204 Sony ICX442AQ Sony ICX267 Sony ICX285 Sony ICX274 Sony ICX454JQF-J Micron MT9T001 Micron MT9P031

Sensor Size 1/4'' 1/3'' 1/2'' 1/2'' 1/3'' 1/2'' 1/3'' 1/2.7'' 1/2'' 2/3'' 1/1.8'' 1/2.7'' 1/2'' 1/2.5''

Sensor Type
CCD CCD CCD CMOS CMOS CCD CCD CCD CCD CCD CCD CCD CMOS CMOS

Resolution
659 x 494 659 x 494 659 x 494 659 x 494 752 x 480 782 x 582 1024 x 768 1300 x 968 1360 x 1024 1360 x 1024 1624 x 1236 1640 x 1232 2048 x 1536 2592 x 1944

Max. Framerate*
64 fps 62 fps 62 fps 196 fps 64 fps 63 fps 32 fps 8 fps 15 fps 20 fps 14 fps 9 fps 12 fps 10 fps

Pixelsize
5.6 x 5.6 m 7.4 x 7.4 m 9.9 x 9.9 m 9.9 x 9.9 m 6 x 6 m 8.3 x 8.3 m 4.65 x 4.65 m 4.1 x 4.1 m 4.65 x 4.65 m 6.45 x 6.45 m 4.4 x 4.4 m 3.275 x 3.275 m 3.2 x 3.2 m 2.2 x 2.2 m

* maximum framerate at full resolution * Exposure time in live (free run) and edge preselect mode - maximum exposure time in pulse width mode is 10 seconds

Exposure Time (min.-max.*)


10 s 15 ms 10 s 15 ms 10 s 15 ms 20 s 20 ms 29 s 16 ms 10 s 15 ms 10 s 20 ms 32 s 500 ms 10 s 20 ms 10 s 15 ms 10 s 20 ms 50 s 100 ms

Shutter
global global global global global global global rolling global global global rolling

SNR
43 db 39,8 db 44,5 db 45,6 db n.a. 43,3 db 41,7 db 41,3 db 42 db 42,9 db 39,7 db n.a.

Dynamic
68,6 db 63 db 72,7 db 52,9 db n.a. 68,8 db 72,6 db 51,9 db 72,5 db 76,3 db 68,7 db n.a.

Gain
13 db 17 db 11 db 1 db n.a. 15 db 14 db 2 db 13 db 12 db 15 db n.a.

Power Consumption
3,8 W 4,2 W 4,2 W 3,9 W 3,9 W 4,6 W 4,1W 3,7 W 4,5 W 5,5 W 4,7W 3,8 W

For monochrome cameras, EMVA 1288 measuring data is available on request

Exposure Time (min.-max.*)


10 s 15 ms 10 s 15 ms 10 s 15 ms 20 s 20 ms 29 s 16 ms 10 s 15 ms 10 s 20 ms 10 s 20 ms 10 s 20 ms 10 s 15 ms 10 s 20 ms 10 s 20 ms 50 s 78 ms 50 s 100 ms

Shutter
global global global global global global global global global global global global rolling rolling

Power Consumption
3,8 W 4,2 W 4,2 W 3,9 W 3,9 W 4,6 W 4,1 W 3,8 W 4,6 W 5,5 W 4,7 W 3,8 W 3,7 W 3.8 W

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Camera versions, features and ordering names


PicSight full camera names refer to the different model versions available. PicSight cameras are also available with real-time functions, which is indicated by the letters "RTF" in the full camera name. Cameras with RTF take advantage of a bigger FPGA. You can get PicSight cameras with a 90 angled cabinet, which is indicated by the letter H. Cameras featuring power over Ethernet are identified by the letters "PoE" in the camera name. Please see the naming convention and the version / feature table below for further information. (The 'XXX' are replaced with the sensor version name from the sensor overview table.) PicSight-XXX-AS
C-Mount, Gigabit-Ethernet Interface, 16MByte DDRAM, InputLUT to convert image data on the fly, 1 Trigger input (TTL), 1 TTL output, 2 optoisolated inputs and 3 outputs, 10-26VDC, all on Hirose 12-pin connector, 26-pin SDR-connector for optional features

PicSight-XXX-AS-H
Same as PicSight-XXX-AS but with 90 lens mount

PicSight-XXX-AS-H-PoE
Same as PicSight-XXX-AS-H but with power over Ethernet

PicSight-XXX-AS-RTF
C-Mount, Gigabit-Ethernet Interface, 16MByte DDRAM, InputLUT to convert image data on the fly, Real Time Functions like Bayer decoding (color only) and analog video output, 1 Trigger input (TTL), 1 TTL output, 2 optoisolated inputs and 3 outputs, 10-26VDC, all on Hirose 12-pin connector, Lens Controller (Iris, Focus & Zoom) and analog Video Output (CVBS) on 26-pin SDRconnector, integrated 3 channel lens controller

PicSight-XXX-AS-RTF-H
Same as PicSight-XXX-AS-RTF but with 90 lens mount

PicSight-XXX-AS-RTF-PoE
Same as PicSight-XXX-AS-RTF but with power over Ethernet

PicSight-XXX-AS-RTF-H-PoE
Same as PicSight-XXX-AS-RTF-H but with power over Ethernet

PicSight-XXX-AS-PoE
Same as PicSight-XXX-AS but with power over Ethernet

Camera Versions and Features Overview


Camera Variant Connector PoE Bayer Decoding integrated lens controller Hardware-LUT Lens mount I/Os AS SDR-26, HR25A-12P no no no yes C/CS TTL, opto AS RTF SDR-26, HR25A-12P no color only yes yes C/CS AS PoE SDR-26, HR25A-12P yes no no yes C/CS AS RTF PoE SDR-26, HR25A-12P yes color only yes yes C/CS TTL, opto, analog video

TTL, opto, analog video TTL, opto

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Gigabit Ethernet Interface and Network Performance


Gigabit Ethernet based cameras offer some obvious advantages over competing transport layer technologies: Cost effective solution based on off the shelf networking components. Long cable lengths: up to 100m per segment, total length practically unlimited. Flexible network configurations, many cameras in a system. High performance, good scalability (e.g. via multiple network cards). Excellent interoperability and vendor independence thanks to the GigE Vision and GenICam standards. Potential users sometimes ask about the CPU load associated with acquisition from GigE cameras, or about the system latency (and especially its predictability) and reliability. GigE Vision based systems demonstrate solid performance. With basic understanding of the networking technology and with elementary care for the important factors, the mentioned possible issues can easily be eliminated. The small required effort quickly pays off through the advantages the established networking technology offers. The processor based PicSight architecture allows sophisticated fine tuning of networking related parameters for maximum network performance. As a Leutron Vision customer, you benefit from the experience we have gained as one of the very first vendors of gigabit Ethernet cameras. Our support engineers can help you to find the best network configuration for your application. Leutron Vision offers a free whitepaper on network performance and GigE Vision cameras as download: http://info.leutron.com/wp-gige

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Standard Straight Cabinet

Model H - 90 Angled Cabinet

Customer Specific Optical Filters


Several customer specific optical filters are available for PicSight cameras. Currently there are two IR-Cut, two Day Light-Cut and a Float Glass filter available. See filter characteristics in the figure below.

PicSight mechanical specification


PicSight Cameras are available with 2 different standard housings, a straight housing and a 90 degree angled housing. Our PicSight Cameras can be integrated into custom enclosures for OEM's. The rear side of a PicSight camera shows three connectors, an RJ45 connector for the gigabit Ethernet interface, a 12-pin Hirose connector for external power supply, trigger and I/O, and a 26-pin SDR connector (Mini Camera Link) for I/O, power, lenscontroller and analog video. All PicSight models are equipped with a C-mount optical head (1 inch diameter, 32 threads per inch, 17.526 mm flange back). CS-mount versions (identical, only with 12.5 mm flange back) are available on request. PicSight AS connectors

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Leutron Vision - one of the driving forces of standards development


Leutron vision is a important contributor to the development of both, the GenICam and the GigE Vision standards.
GenICam GenApi

Main advantages of GigE Vision over "competing" technologies are: Plug&play, support of GenICam standard. Excellent interoperability and vendor independence High performance, good scalability (Number of cameras available in the system is practically unlimited). Cost effective solution based on off the shelf components. GigE Vision is actually a set of protocols built on top of UDP/IP, allowing maximum possible performance. GeniCam

GenICam SFNC

Major role in industry standard commitees

GenICam GenTL

GigE Vision

GigEVision GigE Vision standard was published in 2006 by the AIA (Advanced Imaging Association). It defined communication protocols for industrial cameras using (Gigabit) Ethernet as transport media. The goal of the standard was to make sure that Gigabit Ethernet technology in machine vision was used in the best way possible. It also brought high interoperability between cameras and software libraries compliant to the standard - particularly between the cameras and the software libraries. Now, it is possible for machine vision software to exchange data automatically with any camera present in the system without the need to write and maintain dedicated interfaces

The purpose of GenICam is to provide a unified application programming interface (API) to the users of machine vision cameras. Sitting on top of the individual transport technologies (such as GigE Vision), it enables an easy integration of individual components, such as cameras and image processing libraries. GenICam is independent of the transport layer technology. GenICam consists of three main modules, GenApi, SFNC, and GenTL. GenICam GenApi GeniCam API, defining means to describe all camera features, their corresponding control registers and providing access to those features. GenICam SFNC Standard Features Naming Convention, standardizing names (ID's), types and other aspects for most common features of machine vision cameras. GenICam GenTL GenICam Transport Layer, an interface between applications and camera control libraries, covering device enumeration, image acquisition and related tasks.

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Image Acquisition Software


The primary programming interface for Leutron Vision cameras is the Simplon API. Simplon encapsulates access to individual camera types and technologies in a single, consistent interface. It also unifies various aspects of GenICam (GenApi & GenTL) aspects of the camera control. Simplon comes also with a preprocessing library that unifies access to preprocessing capabilities of some cameras and similar functionality in the software. Last but not least, it also offers GUI components and dialogs for inclusion in user applications such as the GenICam feature tree control. Supported platforms Simplon is available for Windows (32/64-bit), Linux (32/64-bit) and for OEMs also for VxWorks. All supported platforms are treated with the same priority, share the equivalent feature range and provide the same toolset. Releases for all platforms are synchronized and all tests are executed on every platform. Migrating to a different operating system or upgrading to a 64-bit architecture is thus very straightforward and painless. The Simplon API provides a pure C interface, an objectoriented C++ interface and a .Net class library.

Interfacing 3rd Party Software Packages Besides the Simplon API, the camera can also be accessed through standard interfaces such as GenICam GenTL or GigE Vision. The cameras pass all corresponding standard certifications and strictly follow the standard requirements, including GenICam SFNC, to a degree unrivaled among competitors. The strict SFNC compliance assures best compatibility with generic software packages, and especially its predictability and intuitive use. The cameras are compatible with Halcon & ActivVisionTools (MVTec Software) VisionPro (Cognex) LabView (National Instruments) MIL (Matrox) Common Vision Blox (Stemmer Imaging) and more Sample Code Generator, Demos To simplify and streamline the development process, Leutron Vision provides a source code generator tool. This flexible tool allows the generation of Simplon API code snippets or full application skeletons for many different use cases, including camera configuration, buffering & acquisiton or image preprocessing. Demo programs are available and allow experimentation with cameras' and Simplon functionality without programming as well.

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Need a special feature?


If your application demands special features, PicSight cameras might address them easily! The flexible processor based PicSight architecture in combination with our Rapid Development Process allows for quick and cost effective extension of the camera's hardware and software. Our qualified sales engineers can help you find the solution that fits your needs best. After evaluating your requirements, our development team will create a draft solution for your review. Then it will develop a test to ensure the design meets your requirements, and start implementing your design. Once the prototype passes the tests, production begins. Modifications can be made in the processing part, the FPGA, the interface module, to the hardware or to the host side software.

"The flexible processor based architecture is shifting the boundries of the possible for sophisticated, cost effective and elegant machine vision engineering" Erwin Herre, sales engineer and Meinrad Simnacher CEO Leutron Vision Germany

Hardware Customer specific features Sensors IOs / peripherials Mechanic / Cabinet FPGA Realtime Functions Software Processing Driver / API Peripherials Interaction Smart Applications

Example: 3D measureing system for the automotive industry


The Task: The system needs 16 high resolution cameras to achieve the required accuracy, and the images must be the best possible. Each camera acquires a sequence of 5 images with different shutter and gain values. All cameras are synchronized by a hardware trigger. The master camera begins transferring the image to the host immediately. Depending on the processing results of the master camera images, the host chooses and requests only one image out of the sequence from each of the other 15 cameras. Only 20 images, instead of 80, must be transmitted and processed. This approach reduces the amount of data that needs to be transferred dramatically and guarantees the required cycle time. The Solution: To solve the job, a few customer specific functions had to be implemented. Thanks to the flexible processor based PicSight architecture and the Rapid Development Process, the solution was implemented within 4 weeks.

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PicSight Support
We know, just building cameras is not enough. As a Leutron Vision customer, you can expect quick and qualified customer support from our experienced support engineers. They work very close with our development teams to offer high quality service and support, even for complex and customer specific products. If you should ever run into a problem with your Leutron Vision product, let's just talk from engineer to engineer.

"It's the close colaboration between all engineering and support teams at Leutron Vision, that makes good and reliable customer support possible even for complex and customer specific products" Rolf Weber, technical support

Your quick start with PicSight!


The PicSight Evaluation Kit contains everything you need for evaluating and getting started with PicSight cameras. Camera, lens, power supply unit, software, a breakout cable for the cameras I/O's and comprehensive documentation and code examples are included. You can get an Evaluation Kit with your desired camera type for testing at no charge. Just contact one of our sales engineers!

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Leutron Vision - experienced engineers - good partners


For 30 years Leutron Vision has designed and manufactured a broad range of versatile imaging products that will serve most imaging needs. Today Leutron Vision has developed a broad selection of industrial quality CCD and CMOS cameras that feature Gigabit Ethernet (GigE Vision), USB2.0, Smart and Camera Link interfaces. Leutron Vision is committed to developing innovative high quality products using readily available, state of the art technology and to provide responsible customer service at prices that meet customer's target costs . Leutron's customers are OEM's and System Integrators that serve the Semiconductor, Electronics, Medical- Pharmaceutical, Packaging, Automation, Automotive, Traffic, Printing and Lumber markets and various other industries. Leutron Vision serves an international customer base from offices located throughout Europe and North America, and through a global network of integration and distribution partners. The company is headquartered near Zrich International airport, Switzerland.

Contact Information

International Headquarters (Switzerland) Leutron Vision AG Industriestrasse 57 CH-8152 Glattbrugg, Switzerland Phone: ++41 44 809 88 22 Fax: ++41 44 809 88 29 intsales@leutron.com www.leutron.com Germany Leutron Vision GmbH Macairestrasse 3 D-78467 Konstanz, Deutschland Phone: ++49 7531 - 59 42 0 Fax: ++49 7531 - 59 42 99 desales@leutron.com www.leutron.com Czech Republic Leutron Vision s.r.o. Rokycanska 27 CZ-31200 Plzen, Czech Republic Phone: ++420 377 260 342 Fax: ++420 377 260 944 czsales@leutron.com www.leutron.com North America Leutron Vision Inc. 38 East Street Halifax, MA 02338, USA Phone: +1 888 442 22 69 Fax: +1 781 353 39 43 ussales@leutron.com www.leutron.com

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