Remote Head Cameras Products

  1. Photomultiplier Tubes for Oil Well Logging
    2/20/2014

    The oil and gas industry uses well logging techniques in order to obtain information on the properties of the rocks and earth that they’re drilling into. This can be conducted through visually inspecting samples brought to the surface, or by using instrumentation lowered directly into the hole. This is also known as capturing geophysical logs. There are several types of instrumentation that can be used in geophysical logging applications for the oil and gas industry. This page will provide an overview of a photomultiplier tube’s role in this type of application.

  2. Image Sensors for Dental X-Ray Systems
    11/7/2013

    As dentists have moved away from obtaining x-ray images with film and have adopted digital imaging systems, the demand for CCD and CMOS image sensors for integration into dental x-ray systems has increased.

  3. Remote-Head, 3-Chip HD CMOS Camera: IK-HD3H
    10/24/2013

    The IK-HD3H ultra-compact remote-head camera utilizes a 2.1 MP 1/3” HD CMOS sensor to achieve 1920 x 1080 image resolution for applications involving surgical microscopy, specialty broadcasting, diagnostics, scientific imaging, endoscopy, aerospace/defense, and any other imaging application that calls for increased sensitivity, outstanding performance, and a compact size.

  4. Compact Scientific Infrared Camera: T430sc And T450sc
    6/20/2013

    The T430sc and T450sc are a part of FLIR’s T-series of compact infrared (IR) cameras for scientific and R&D applications. These models feature greater sensitivity, better accuracy, and a higher temperature range than other cameras in the series.

  5. High Speed 3000 Pixel SWIR Line-Scan Detector
    5/3/2013

    Xenics’ Xlin 1.7 3000 is an InGaAs SWIR line-scan detector that offers 3000 pixel resolution, currently the best resolution in the detector market. It’s ideal for applications involving push-broom imaging, airborne high speed sensing, earth and vegetation observation, and spaceborne high speed remote sensing. Most notably, three of these detectors were launched aboard the ESA satellite Proba-V in order to map crop and vegetation patterns across earth in May of 2013.

  6. 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.

  7. Ultra-Small HD CMOS Remote Head Camera: IK-HR1H
    1/6/2010
    Toshiba’s incredible IK-HR1H CMOS-based Color Camera System gives you power-packed HD performance in an ultra-small, lightweight package. It can be configured with either of two camera control units (CCUs), the IK-HR1CD and the IK-HR1CS for maximum flexibility. Two output versions of the IK-HR1H are also available; the IK-HR1CD CCU offers a DVI-I with 720p/1080i/1080p and the IK-HR1CS CCU features an HD-SDI with 720p/1080i video signal outputs. Toshiba’s 1/3-in. CMOS sensor is ideal for imaging applications where space is critical and the remote head can be linked to the CCU via a standard, power over camera link (PoCL) cable.

    Let Toshiba bring your project to HD life.