A selection of some of the vision products you will find on display at VISION in Stuttgart, Germany, November 6-8, 2018
MidOpt introduces SWIR (short-wave infrared) Filters, designed to enhance the image quality of InGaAs camera technology. SWIR Filters are useful for applications imaging from 900-2300nm, and allow systems to see through non-transparent surfaces. SWIR Filters can be used for various inspection tasks in the food and beverage, woodworking, textile or automotive industries.
Coaxlink Quad CXP-12 is a four-connection 12-Gbps CXP 2.0 frame grabber and Coaxlink Octo connects up to eight CXP cameras to one card. Both support CustomLogic: Custom on-board FPGA processing. Also on display, EasyDeepLearning, a Convolutional Neural Network-based image classification library and Easy3D, a set of software tools to build 3D inspection applications. Sensor to Image IP Cores, Picolo HD1 Video servers and Camport Video Converters will also be available.
3-CMOS prism based color RGB area scan cameras in the Apex Series (AP-3200T-USB-LS and AP-1600T-USB-LS) with 3.2-megapixel and 1.6-megapixel resolution respectively. These cameras are developed to meet the most demanding color vision applications in microscopy and medical imaging. Compatible with ImagePro from MediaCybernetics and open source μManager image analysis software.
Delta Optical Thin Film develops and manufactures Variable Bandpass Filters for mid-size and full-frame CCD/CMOS sensors. These filters offer high transmission and are fully blocked in the light-sensitive wavelength range of silicon-based detectors. The combination of CVBPFs with silicon detectors allows the design of very compact, robust and affordable HSI detectors.
The Manx is a high-performance short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera, combining challenging and conflicting requirements of high speed and quality imaging. At unprecedented line rates of about 400 kHz, the Manx outclasses the state-of-the-art by a factor of 2.5, becoming the fastest linear SWIR camera available in the world.
Allied Vision’s camera series powered by ALVIUM® technology combines the performance of a classic machine vision camera with the advantages of conventional embedded vision sensor solutions. It not only opens up new perspectives in the development of PC-based image processing systems, but also offers the possibility of migration from PC-based systems to embedded vision systems.
JAI will launch a new polarization area scan camera in the Go Series. The new model (GO-5100MP-USB) is built around Sony’s IMX250MZR CMOS image sensor. With 5.1-megapixel resolution and an innovative 4-way polarized filter design it is ideal for inspecting plastics, glass, and other shiny materials in industrial vision applications.
Sill presents the S4LFT4125/075 as an advancement for ultraviolet lasers. The scan area has been improved to 50 mm x 50 mm with a very low spot size variation around 8µm with 10 mm input beam. According to our high quality and performance, this lens is made of fused silica, is without internal or external back reflection focus points and furthermore diffraction limited.
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