Gardasoft Vision in Cambridge, UK, has acquired the worldwide rights to VCube LED Linelight and Traffic Monitoring lights.
The liquid-cooled VLX2 Linelights feature brightness many times higher than that of conventional air-cooled LED linelights. They can be applied in linescan applications such as printing, paper, plastic film, or web inspection up to 4 m wide.
The VCubed LED Linelights make the whole inspection system run faster, said Gardasoft, and will enable the manufacturers to reduce costs and increase efficiency by running fewer but faster production lines. OEMs will be able to increase the sales value of their systems and systems integrators will be able to achieve higher performance and reduce the return time on investment, the company said.
The VCubed VTR series lights, providing illumination up to 50m or more, can be applied in intelligent traffic -based technologies such as ANPR.
"The VCubed line lights are very impressive. These solutions are needed worldwide by a wide range of industries." said Peter Bhagat, CEO of Gardasoft Vision.
This product line will extend the Gardasoft’s high-speed LED lighting controller portfolio while the VCubed range of LED lighting solutions get wider exposure and support by utilizing the comprehensive distribution network of Gardasoft all around the world, according to Gardasoft.
As manufacturing and developing the current VCubed designs, Gardasoft will also develop new high-brightness LED line lights and traffic monitoring light technology, said the company.
About Gardasoft Vision Ltd
Gardasoft Vision Ltd was founded in 1999 by Peter Bhagat, to provide turnkey machine vision systems for industry and image processing software consultancy. The market need for lighting controllers was quickly identified and Gardasoft’s first controller, the PP101, was released in 2000. The company’s core business is the design, development and supply of high performance LED lighting controllers. The company no longer undertakes machine vision or consultancy projects. However the knowledge gained from producing systems means that detailed and knowledgeable applications advice on the use of controllers in machine vision systems can always be provided.