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DATVISION Co., Ltd Features Live Demonstration of Icron's USB 3.0 Extenders With ExtremeUSB(R) Technology at Korea Vision Show 2014

Icron's USB 3.0 Spectra(TM) 3001-15 active extension cable and Spectra 3022 fiber extender working with high-resolution Basler vision cameras at booth P116 from March 4th - 7th in Seoul, Korea

BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/26/14 -- Icron Technologies Corporation, a leader in USB and video extension technology, today announced that DATVISION Co., Ltd, a leading Korean distributor specializing in machine vision components, will be showcasing two machine vision applications featuring ExtremeUSB® technology at the Korea Vision Show in Seoul, Korea. The live demonstrations will feature Basler's acA1300-30um USB 3.0 camera extended at 15-meters with Icron's USB 3.0 Spectra(TM) 3001-15 extension cable and also at 100-meters with the Spectra 3022 fiber extender.

"Icron's USB 3.0 Spectra series of extenders address the distance challenges that the vision market faces with these new USB 3.0 cameras," said Hyunki Cho, the President at DATVISION. "The Spectra 3001-15 cable is perfect for short-range extension of 15 meters while the Spectra 3022 model extends further, up to 100 meters. Both extender models are unmatched breakthroughs that will help USB 3.0 cameras increase market adoption and we are very pleased to be the first to introduce these Icron products to the Korean market."

"DATVISION has more than 16 years of expertise in the vision industry, playing an integral role in developing the Korean market both as a solutions provider and as members of the Korea Machine Vision Industrial Association," said Glenn Antonelli, Vice President of Marketing at Icron Technologies. "This partnership between Icron and DATVISION will provide both parties with new insights on how to better serve the growing USB 3.0 machine vision market."

The Spectra 3001-15 and Spectra 3022 extenders provide reliable USB 3.0 extension at 5Gbps and feature locking connectors per AIA USB3(TM) Vision specifications. As with all Icron products, both Spectra extenders include the ExtremeUSB® suite of features including transparent USB extension, true plug and play (no software drivers) and compatibility with all major operating systems including Windows® 8.

Icron's Spectra 3001-15 active extension cable and Spectra 3022 fiber extender will be demonstrated by DATAVISION at booth P116 in the COEX Convention & Exhibition Center during the Korea Vision Show from March 4th - 7th.

About Icron Technologies Corporation

Icron Technologies is the leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance USB and video extension solutions for commercial and industrial markets worldwide. Icron's patented extension technology extends PC Video and USB devices over many media types including Cat 5e, Fiber, Wireless, DisplayPort®, and over a corporate LAN. Icron's extension products are deployed in a wide range of applications including pro AV, industrial automation, machine vision, medical imaging, aerospace, interactive whiteboards, digital signage, remote desktop extension, security, enterprise computing and isolated USB, or anywhere a PC needs to be remotely located from a display or peripheral device. icron.com

About DATVISION Co., Ltd

We, DATVISION Co., Ltd., are a specialized company in Machine Vision components to supply the necessary components to our Customer and is Korea agency of Basler, Silicon-Software, CCS, Schneider, RICOH, Global Laser, Opto-Engineering, Detection Technology, Ajat, ProxiVision, Phlox, Pleora, Norpix, Alysium Camera Cable. We have been growing as one of the Leading Machine Vision Company such as Industrial Cameras, Lens, Illumination, Frame Grabber, Software, etc. datvision.co.kr

About Korea Vision Show 2014

Korea Vision Show, launched in 2011, is the first exhibition in Korea which is organized by Korea Vision Association and Coex Co., Ltd. Korea Vision Show provides the items and solutions focused in machine vision, such as industrial camera, lens and lighting, programs, and other related equipment, while being the business platform where exhibitors may meet potential buyers. automationworld.biz/about-vision-show

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