Newnex Technology Corp. and SVS-Vistek have jointly announced product interoperability between Newnex's USB 3.0 connectivity solutions and Svs-vistek USB 3.0 cameras.
Newnex intensively performed the compatibility test in order to inform machine vision users of interoperability between Newnex solutions and Svs-vistek cameras. The Svs-vistek USB 3.0 cameras have proven to be highly compatible. They work reliably with all Newnex passive cables up to 5m, active cables up to 18m, and our USB 3.0 optical fiber extension solution up to 300m.
All Newnex solutions have USB3 Vision compliant locking, making them compatible with Svs-vistek cameras to give a secure locking connection, which is crucial for machine vision applications.
All testing was done for period lengths over 24 hours at various modes of operation and with full bandwidth data rates. Test results provided zero errors during the entire test period. Having error free transmission and avoiding loss of frames is critical for machine vision applications. Test results are available at the Newnex camera compatibility page.
SVS-Vistek USB3 Vision compliant USB 3.0 cameras Model # EXO249CU3 and # EXO174MU3
Newnex USB3 Vision compliant USB 3.0 cables, extenders, and related products tested:
US26AMCBI1-3MN: USB3.0 A to Micro B locking screws cable, 3m
US26AMCBI1-5MN: USB3.0 A to Micro B locking screws cable, 5m
FireNEX-ULS-8: USB 3.0 Active Repeater Cable, 8M, with locking screws
FireNEX-ULS-12: USB 3.0 Active Repeater Cable, 12, with locking screws
FireNEX-ULS-18: USB 3.0 Active Repeater Cable, 18M, with locking screws
FireNEX-5000H: USB 3.0 Optical Fiber Extender up to 300m
FireNEX-uHUB: USB 3.0 4-Port Industrial Hub
FireNEX-uLINK-DS: USB 3.0 1-Port Dongle Extender, 10m
Please check with our sales team for further information on Newnex products
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