The pylon 6 Camera Software Suite (Version 6.1.2)
for macOS is comprised of an easy to use Software Development Kit
(SDK) as well as tools and drivers that allow you to operate any
Basler camera through the use of a macOS PC. It allows end users
to be empowered with access to the latest camera models along with
all of its features. Basler pylon for macOS supports both the GigE
Vision and the USB3 Vision standard.
An easy to use interface provided by pylon is independent
from the camera interface being used, meaning that an application
created with pylon can simply be ported to another camera interface
technology. Basler pylon 6 supports the macOS versions High Sierra
(10.13), Mojave (10.14) and Catalina (10.15). Because pylon supports
not just macOS but also Linux and Windows, applications developed
under macOS using pylon can also be ported easily into other operating
systems and architectures (such as embedded systems).
Key Features - A wealth of sample programs for all typical camera
applications in all supported programming languages such as
C, C++, C#, VB.Net
- Unrestricted support for Basler GigE and USB 3.0 cameras
- GenICam GenTL Producers based on version 1.5 for Basler GigE Vision
and USB3 Vision cameras
- Based on GenICam 3.1 technology
- Support for 64 bit x86 architectures
- supports the current versions 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.14 (Mojave)
and Catalina (10.15)
- Industry proven
6 of pylon delivers several upgrades from its previous models
Itsease-of-use Even inexperienced users can install pylon with
just a few clicks thanks to its innovative setup concept. A unique,
easy-copy deployment feature with the pylon SDK, makes it possible
to deliver created programs to end users easier than ever before.
Subsequently, pylon can also be installed without conflicts for
machine vision software packages by other manufacturers based
on GenICam technology.
Pylons advanced architecture is particularly advantageous
in less high-performance systems which keeps your application's
memory footprint as small as possible.
Leveraging the most recent GenICam technologycamera
activation takes a fraction of the time that it does when using
previous versions of GenICam.