The Eagle-Eyes AIM by EFCO offers four GbE/PoE, USB 3.0 and serial interfaces each. Up to three monitors can be operated on both display ports. A VGA port is also available. The built-in display is suitable for showing diagnostic data, such as the current power consumption of the four PoE interfaces. The IPC is equipped with 16 digital inputs and outputs. The built-in small display is popular with service technicians. With the help of the API E-Kit, it can be used to display the power consumption of the individual PoE interfaces or to show internal parameters. The USB interfaces can also be switched on and off individually via the API.
The Vial Scanner by Schäfter+Kirchhoff (www.sukhamburg.com) was developped for the in-situ imaging of Drosophila pupae and for automated measurement of their size.