Ultracompact Nikon LuFact A2000 Smart Camera

Nikon has introduced a new smart camera to its LuFact A2000 line of compact cameras. The new ultracompact smart camera is matched with the LuFact A2000G AI processing unit and used in conjunction with the LuFact series camera heads.

The Nikon LuFact A2000G was created to provide users with an AI edge computing smart camera equipped with its own processor and a dedicated processor, enabling “independent evaluation and processing of inspection data directly at the equipment side.” Unfortunately, Nikon hasn’t provided any information on pricing or worldwide availability yet, but as soon as information becomes available, we will, as always, keep you updated. In the meantime, go to the official Nikon website by clicking on the link below.

The LuFact 2000 is an easytoinstall, ultracompact camera ideal for process control and independent target presence/absence judgment, position deviation and process registration. In addition, independent peripheral processing of AI inspection results eliminates computers at the inspection site.”

Nikon LuFact A2000 Processor

Nikon smart camera

“Increase the speed and accuracy of validation through systematization by connecting LuFact A2000 to the cloud or server to enable both cameraside (edge ​​AI) and cloud/serverside processing. In addition, AI edge processing extracts and transmits only the necessary data to the cloud or server, thereby reducing server load and power consumption.”

“The LuFact series offers a wide range of options that allow our customers to optimize their system configuration according to their shooting target and application. This line includes “LuFact AH080CR” capable of taking highresolution color photographs, and “LuFact CH050MG” and “LuFact AH050MG” global shutter CMOS image sensors suitable for shooting moving objects. In addition, “LuFact A2000G” can be combined with the previously released highsensitivity “LuFact AH020MR” or “LuFact AH080MR” with high resolution, which provides a more complete set of system configuration options to meet the requirements of the application.”

Source: Nikon

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