CMOS Cameras Products

  1. High Speed Laser Scribing Line Scan Camera: VC4002L
    7/30/2012

    The VC2002L High Speed CMOS Line Scan Smart Camera can be used to control the laser scribing on thin-film solar cells. Thin silicon film coats a solar cell’s glass before being structured by a laser. The laser scribes conducting paths that run parallel and as close to each other as possible without touching. The camera acts as a monitoring system and checks P1, P2, and P3 scribes and with precision of 1 μm, controls the laser scribing. The sensor scans the laser line position at a 5 ms rate (thus providing 200 measurements per second.)

  2. VC BoardCam Smart Camera Series
    7/11/2012

    The VC BoardCam series is comprised of CCD and CMOS board level cameras for industrial applications. Ten different models are available with various sensors, pixel resolutions, and more. Each camera is insensitive to shock and vibration and their size makes them an ideal solution for industrial applications where space is critical.

  3. VC Line Smart CMOS Camera: VC4002L
    7/6/2012

    This High Speed CMOS camera has a scan rate of up to 11 kHz, making it ideal for high-speed code reading, high-speed decoding, and other high speed line scan applications. This model supports three separate integration modes: A free-running mode with 11 kHz, an external trigger with a constant 5.5 kHz integration time, or an external trigger with an 11 kHz variable integration time.

  4. Smart CMOS Cameras: VC nano series
    6/27/2012

    The VC nano series is comprised of several Smart CMOS based cameras for image processing applications. These intelligent cameras feature an ultra-compact size (80 x 40 x 20 mm), an open design for customized adaptation, easy integration, additional interfaces, and an extremely light weight. Despite their small size, these CMOS Cameras integrate computational power of up to 5600 MIPS and resolution of up to 5 megapixels.

  5. Compact CMOS USB Camera Modules
    1/11/2012
    With its new compact CMOS USB camera modules, Jenoptik increases its product portfolio to include customized imaging solutions in even smaller dimensions. The new modular assembly system of compact modules combines excellent image quality with a wide range of customization options like form factor, resolution, sensor type, digital interface, optical interface and adapted optics for your customized imaging solution.
  6. High Speed, Scientific CMOS Camera: Rolera Bolt
    1/4/2012
    The Rolera Bolt, QImaging's new Scientific CMOS camera, was designed for demanding high-speed, low-light imaging. As a cost-effective solution, it was designed to meet the imaging requirements for a diverse set of applications ranging from live cell fluorescence to whole organism motility studies. Capable of streaming at 30 full frames per second with 1.3 mega-pixel resolution and 3e- read noise, the Rolera Bolt is perfect for tracking high-speed dynamic events with detailed spatial and temporal resolution.
  7. 4.2 MP Cooled Scientific CMOS Camera: Osprey
    11/22/2011

    The OSPREY Scientific CMOS camera, from Raptor Photonics Ltd, is an affordable, high performance cooled 4.2 megapixel Scientific CMOS camera. The OSPREY camera offers outstanding performance for low light applications, such as high resolution fluorescence imaging, Life Cell Imaging, Bio Chemi-luminescence, astronomy, electrophoresis, X-ray and hyperspectral imaging.

  8. Real Time, HD Video Camera with USB: Toshiba IK-HR2D
    2/25/2011

    Toshiba’s extremely versatile, ultra-compact  IK-HR2D high definition video camera is a true progressive scan camera delivering up to 60 frames per second. A USB connector allows the user to send video or stills directly to a computer without a frame grabber. The IK-HR2D camera is perfect for microscopy, scientific imaging and diagnostics, aviation, and industrial applications.

  9. Infrared Reduction Filter: Improve Signal-to-Noise Ratio in Visible CMOS Imaging Systems
    7/6/2010
    Deposition Sciences Inc. has announced an improved filter developed to reduce the unwanted infrared wavelengths and transmit the visible wavelengths in camera applications. Because CMOS sensors are particularly sensitive to infrared wavelengths, the improved CMOS filter is designed to block up to 99.5% of the infrared radiation while transmitting more than 85% of the visible.
  10. CMOS Camera Suite
    4/13/2010
    CMOS Camera Suite