Customization: Individual solutions for your application

Sometimes applications are so specific that their requirements cannot be met by an off-the-shelf camera. At Allied Vision, we want you to find the best camera solution for your need. That is why we have developed three levels of customization for you.

1. Modular Concept: flexible design for maximum versatility

Manta GigE camera modular concept

Our best-selling camera models have been designed to include optional alternative designs or components as part of the Allied Vision Modular Concept. 

Angled-head orientations, medical housing, board-level versions, optical filters, removed sensor cover glass,… you would be surprised that the most common modifications you may be thinking of have already been anticipated. That means they are available at affordable prices and within short delays.

Check our Modular Concept document or ask your Sales representative for advice!

2. Modification: adapting our cameras to your needs

Marlin IEEE 1394a CCD industrial camera side cables

Even if your specifications cannot be met using the Allied Vision Modular Concept, our engineers make sure the camera adapts to your application. Tell us the hardware or firmware modifications you need – whether a special housing, a different interface architecture, specific triggering functionalities or whatever specific requirements you may have. Modifying cameras is what Allied Vision started from back in the 1990's. We have that know-how in our genes!

3. OEM development: your tailor-made camera

OEM camera by Allied Vision

If what you need is to design your own camera from scratch, Allied Vision is your partner of choice. Our R&D departments in Germany and Canada are experienced in managing complex development projects for demanding OEM customers worldwide. Applications include 3D scanning, automotive manufacturing, medical equipment and many more. Whatever challenges you may be facing with your machine vision system - contact us! At Allied Vision, there is no such thing as "it won't work".