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Jun-Vision to represent Sensors Unlimited in South Korea

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Sensors Unlimited, part of Goodrich Corporation which provides near infrared (NIR) and shortwave infrared (SWIR) cameras, arrays and systems, has announced an agreement with South Korea-based Jun-Vision to act as a sales representative for its product line. Jun-Vision, specialising in machine vision, semiconductor inspection, and consumer display markets, will promote the Goodrich line of shortwave infrared cameras based on indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) material technology throughout South Korea. One of the key products represented is the SU-LDH, a NIR, high-speed, high-resolution line scan camera with high data rates (more than 47,000 lines per second) and a wavelength response from 0.8 to 1.7µm. This SWIR camera is ideal for industrial process control and machine vision applications.

Bob Struthers, director, sales and marketing of Goodrich's Sensors Unlimited team in Princeton, NJ, notes: 'It is our pleasure to announce our affiliation with Jun-Vision, a highly-regarded sales representative firm based in South Korea. Their expertise in the field of machine vision and inspection equipment for over 12 years will lend our product line a distinct advantage in this important and expanding industrial market.'

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