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Hi I am having an issue where our GigEV transmitter we are trying to develop is correctly being discovered, and connected to. Once the stream settings is updated and the stream enabled I can see on wireshark the GVSP data is coming in fine with no errors and the leader, data and trailer packets is there without errors. But we cannot seem to get this displayed on a host player. We are using eBus Player from Pleora technologies to test. But once the acquisition start command is called I see no image or any update in the stream statistics counters, not even in errors. So I am a bit confused on how to debug further. The destination address and port is fine, the resolution and packet size is fine, the payload size is fine. Is there any more in depth testing software that I do no know about?

Hi Christo -- I forwarded this on to one of our European application engineers. If he has not already been in touch, he will be shortly. We've done some GigE Vision transmitter implementations with customers using our solution, so he can possibly offer some trouble shooting advice for you.

Ed Goffin - Manager, Marketing
(613) 270-0625

Hi there, I am looking for an inspection system to check tubular plastic injection moulded parts for defects, such as tears and air bubbles. This would need to check both the internal and external walls of the parts. What would you suggest would be the best solution?

Sounds like an interesting application. Depending on what you're already using for inspection, it could be an opportunity to add machine learning alongside the process to help find the more challenging types of defects. It could possibly be an offline inspection done at the end of the process as well, where you can compare a known good part to find defects.

Ed Goffin - Manager, Marketing
(613) 270-0625