ODU Unveils Advanced Monitoring Connectors for Embedded Vision
CAMARILLO, CA: With the advent of “Embedded vision” that refers to the practical use of computer vision on machines to understand their environment visually, comes the need of solutions that cater to the demands of the new concept. To this end, ODU launches Advanced Monitoring Connector Solutions for high definition and embedded vision.
To meet the requirements of vision systems, the advanced monitoring connector solutions consist of ODU AMC High Density and ODU MINI-SNAP, which are architecture with a robust design, low weight, watertight protection, and high-speed data transmission. These connector solutions provide protection against imitation due to its design features and interfaces.
Owing to its compact structure, ODU AMC High Density is used in applications that need less space and weight offering high performance and multi signal data transmission. With 40 contacts, the ODU AMC High Density’s diameter ranges from 10 mm to 18.5 mm with high density signal configurations and tailored versions for power and data transfer. It also features 5,000 mating cycles durability, break away function for safety, salt spray resistance, high speed data transfer capability and operating temperature ranging from -51o C to +125o C. On the other hand, ODU MINI SNAP comes with a push- pull locking in a metal housing with safe locking mechanism, 90o elbow plus, field termination, several contact insertion points, protection class IP 50 and IP 68.
Both the connector solutions can be suitable for factory automation in various industries like automotive, general manufacturing, packaging, robotics, and web inspection. These solutions cater to both standard as well as custom specific applications.
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