Products and Press Releases

The IR513 multifunctional handheld thermal viewer from Armstrong Optical of Northampton combines thermal and visible cameras, GPS, laser rangefinder, and electronic compass.

Toshiba Imaging Systems Division is partnering with Olympus Canada to offer a new tool for clinical pathology and teaching, the High Definition Synergy-HD Microscope Imaging System.

Imaging Development Systems (IDS) has developed a single driver kit for all models of the uEye range. This allows camera integration independent of model or interface constraints.

The Imaging Source, an industrial camera manufacturer and software application developer, has announced a new line of cost effective FireWire VGA and XVGA zoom cameras.

Stemmer Imaging has introduced a CVA camera series for traffic solutions. The cost-effective, GigE camera series ensures high-speed data transfer using Gigabit Ethernet and 100Mb LAN.

Moritex has introduced the MSPP series of LED spot projectors designed to replace conventional halogen point light sources as well as fibre optic illumination solutions.

Jenoptik, an optics manufacturer based in Jena, Germany, has launched the ProgRes C7 microscope camera, equipped with instantaneous SXGA live image, mechanical shutter, and 7 Megapixel CCD sensor.

Opto, a German-based manufacturer of optical systems and components, has launched its Solino Yellow Line catalogue. The catalogue comprises a selection of some of Opto's optical inspection systems.

Awaiba, the Madeira-based CMOS design house, has launched the Dragster digital CMOS line scan sensor series. The sensors provide 7e- dark read noise and 50 per cent QE (DR-4k-7), an outstanding sensitivity and noise performance.

Imaging Development Systems (IDS) has launched the uEye camera series for industrial or non-industrial applications. Camera models are available with resolutions from VGA to 5 Megapixels.

VRmagic, which is based in Mannheim Germany, is offering USB-powered frame grabbers for applications with NTSC- or PAL-cameras. The light-weight external components can be controlled using the API of VRmagic's software development kit.

Active Silicon has introduced the Phoenix HD-SDI range of frame grabbers, offering low latency capture from uncompressed 8-bit and 10-bit Serial Digital Interface and High Definition Serial Digital Interface video sources.