May 17, 2023
Backplane Systems Technology is pleased to present APLEX’S AVS-200. APLEX Technology, a global provider of industrial computer solutions, has announced the release of its new machine vision controller, the AVS-200. This compact controller is powered by the Amlogic A311D processor, a Quad-core Cortex-A73 and Dual-core Cortex-A53 processor, making it an ideal choice for machine vision applications that require high computing power.
The AVS-200 is designed with a durable aluminum heatsink and steel chassis that houses a range of interfaces, including 2GB DDR3 system memory, 32GB onboard eMMC storage, one SD card slot, and various other I/O ports such as USB, HDMI, and LAN. Its onboard ARM Mali-G52 MP6 GPU and 5.0 TOPS NPU make it capable of delivering precise and accurate results in real-time image processing.
Moreover, the AVS-200 comes with APLEX SDK software that provides complete hardware and software support. With this SDK, users can easily develop their own machine vision program and integrate it with camera devices. This feature significantly reduces the software development time and enhances compatibility.
The AVS-200 is suitable for a wide range of applications, including defect inspection, object detection, barcode scanning, positioning, sorting, and object tracking. Additionally, it can be used in automated guided vehicles (AGV) and autonomous mobile robots (AMR) for systematic management of warehouses.
In conclusion, the AVS-200 is a reliable and efficient machine vision controller that offers high computing power, rich I/O interfaces, and easy-to-develop programming options. Its robust design and compatibility with Linux Ubuntu make it a valuable addition to any factory automation application.
- Quad-core Cortex-A73 and Dual-core Cortex-A53
- ARM Mali-G52 MP6 GPU, 5.0 Onboard 2GB DDR3 (Option 4GB)
- HDMI Display Outputs
- Integrated Camera Interfaces
- One PoE Port
- Support Ubuntu 20.04