5 Reasons to use a Lighting Controller

This event was recorded September 20, 2017 and is now available for on demand viewing.

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Webcast Description:

This webcast demonstrates how the properties of LED lighting influence the way lighting should be controlled in a machine vision environment.  Alternative ways to power and control lighting will be examined, along with the pros and cons of each method.   The webcast examines the benefits of using lighting controllers in a machine vision system and moves on to discuss advanced lighting controller features. The webinar ends by examining the financial benefits of including lighting controllers in machine vision systems. 

Presented by:

John Merva
Vice President, North America
Gardasoft LLC

John Merva was an early developer and implementer of machine vision systems in automotive, pharmaceutical and consumer packaging operations.  John led NER, an LED lighting company, which developed cutting-edge products which enabled machine vision to be used in difficult imaging and 2D code reading environments.  John served as President of Tattile USA, Vice President of Sales and Operations at CCS America and Executive Vice President at Advanced Illumination.  He is currently Vice President North America at Gardasoft LLC, the global leader in LED control technology.

John has served on the AIA Board of Directors for 20 years, holding the Chairman’s position for 3 terms and was also Chairman of the Association for Advancing Automation for 2 terms.  John holds US and international patents in the areas of automotive electrical interconnects and machine vision illumination.

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