VDS Vosskühler has enhanced its CMC-4000 camera, which now achieves nearly 400 images per second at a resolution of 2,320 x 1,726 pixels
VDS Vosskühler has introduced the IRC-640GE camera, a high resolution infrared camera version with 640 x 480 pixels
VDS Vosskühler has released the CMC-4000 camera, which achieves up to 200 images per second at a resolution of 2,320 x 1,726 pixels
VDS Vosskuhler has released its Cool-6000, a cooled and high resolution full frame camera. The camera delivers 3072 (H) x 2048 (V) pixels in 14-bit digitisation.
VDS Vosskühler has launched the NIR-600 near-infrared camera. The camera is based on an InGaAs sensor and is optimised for wavelengths within 0.9–1.7µm.
VDS Vosskühler has released its high-speed camera HCC-1000, offering a 1k x 1k resolution, with high light sensitivity.
VDS Vosskühler has introduced the CCD-16000, a new 16-Megapixel CCD Camera. The camera is based on a 36 x 24mm sensor. It can produce images at rates of 2fps, with 12-bit dynamics.
The NIR-300 camera from VDS Vosskuehler provides a greater NIR spectrum than previous models, covering wavelengths from 0.9 to 1.7um.
VDS Vosskuhler has extended its line of rapid 2D/3D line profile sensors with the ZPS-1000. The sensor provides 1000 profiles per second at resolutions of 256, 500 and 1024 pixels per line.
In addition to the existing range of digital cameras for industrial and medical image processing, VDS Vosskuehler is now offering an infrared camera, model IRC-300, for 8-14µm (LWIR).
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