Machine Vision Products

  1. SWIR InGaAs Detectors Using Flip-Chip (FC) Type Hybridization
    6/21/2017

    The XLIN-FC Series from Xenics comprises the latest line scan SWIR InGaAs detectors utilizing flip-chip (FC) type hybridization. These detectors are available in two high-speed detector types with 512-, 1024-, or 2048-pixel resolution. 

  2. Digital Linescan Camera: LineCAM12
    5/2/2016

    The new LineCAM12 from Princeton Infrared Technologies is an InGaAs linescan camera designed to operate in the shortwave infrared (SWIR) and visible spectrum, from 0.4 to 1.7 µm. This camera utilizes a 1024 x 1 state of the art InGaAs linear array imager on 12.5μm pitch. It is currently available in a 250 mm tall pixel model for spectroscopy, and 12.5 mm square pixel model for machine vision applications.

  3. Machine Vision Strobe: MVS-5000™
    7/17/2013

    The MVS-5000™ Machine Vision strobe from Excelitas Technologies produces short duration, high intensity light pulses for machine vision applications.

  4. SpectroCam™ Multispectral Wheel Camera
    2/21/2013

    The SpectroCam™ family of multispectral wheel cameras includes four different models/configurations. Each camera delivers a flexible multispectral hardware and software platform to capture and process multiple spectral bands.

    Designed to reduce development times and simplify the design cycle, SpectroCam™ features a high-speed, continuously rotating filter wheel containing 6-8 interchangeable optical filters. This filter design creates a fully portable and configurable, high-speed multispectral imaging camera. With minimal pixel shift and high frame rate, this dynamic system is a powerful product development tool.

    SpectroCam™ systems are available in a turnkey format complete with lens, standard or custom filters, and acquisition software that can be used for innovative 2D spectroscopy research in a variety of fields including water quality measurement, product screening, machine vision, medical imaging, surveillance and authentication. The system can also be customized for integration into specific OEM products. The SpectroCam™ offers a cost-effective and versatile solution for your current and future multispectral imaging projects.

  5. PixelCam™ Multispectral Snapshot Camera
    2/20/2013

    PixelCam™ multispectral cameras are ideal for applications involving aerial surveillance mapping, precision agriculture, biomedical imaging, machine vision, and authentication. The camera, or its multispectral sensor, can also be customized for integration into OEM products.

    PixelCam™ multispectral cameras provide live imaging of 3-9 spectral bands at video rates.  Simultaneous multi-channel “snapshot” acquisition delivers rich, real-time data without scene change or pixel shift.  Custom dichroic filter arrays are integrated into the focal plane array at wafer-level to create robust linear and area sensors that extract high-contrast spectral information at specific visible and infrared wavelengths.  This breakthrough technology enables easy integration into handheld, mobile and aerial cameras – all with the same frame rate, size, weight, and power consumption as monochrome cameras.

  6. Machine Vision Lenses – Lenses for Large Format Sensors
    7/3/2012

    Schneider Optics offers lenses designed to be used in combination with large format linear and megapixel area scan CCD and CMOS Cameras, and high resolution lenses ideal for linescan applications. These machine vision lenses break into three separate product groups:

  7. Compact InGaAs Line Scan Camera For Machine Vision: 1024LDM
    3/24/2011

    Sensors Unlimited - UTC Aerospace Systems introduces their new Compact, InGaAs SWIR Line Scan Camera for Machine Vision, Sorting, & Solar Inspection. The 1024LDM line-scan camera features high resolution, 1024-pixel imaging in the shortwave infrared (SWIR). Its square pixels are ideal for inspection of polished silicon blocks, ingots, or wafers, hot glass bottles, and for use on continuous-process lines that apply transparent coatings which can be ‘seen’ in the SWIR spectral region.