Products and Press Releases

Sony Europe's Image Sensing Solutions Division has announced an automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera, which provides easy integration with existing access control systems.

Toshiba Imaging Systems Division, a producer of advanced 3CCD colour video imaging, in conjunction with Olympus Canada, have launched a High-Definition Synergy-HD Microscope Imaging System for clinical pathology and teaching.

Aptina Imaging, Micron's imaging division, has launched the MT9V126 CMOS sensor, a ¼-inch system-on-a-chip featuring VGA resolution and an NTSC/PAL output. The sensor has a high photosensitivity of <1lux.

Northwire's high-flex-life MVC-800 FireWire cable for industrial environments is offered in two versions: standard length, 4.5m (14.8ft) or extended distance, up to 7m (23ft).

Armstrong Optical of Northampton has launched the IR528 palm sized thermal imager. Weighing less than 300g, it is one of the smallest and lightest thermal imaging systems available on the market.

PPT Vision has released of the Impact A20 Intelligent Camera. The camera, along with the bundled Impact Software Suite, delivers high-end machine vision power and flexibility in a vision sensor profile.

Irisys (InfraRed Integrated Systems), a Northampton-based company, has launched the IRI 4011 and IRI 4041 handheld thermal imagers, specifically designed for police and security applications.

New Electronic Technology (NET), a manufacturer of digital and analogue cameras, has released GimaGO, a Gigabit Ethernet camera line. GimaGO offers both monochrome and colour CCD image sensors.

Flir Systems has introduced the Flir i5 thermal imaging camera. The i5 is targeted at the emerging market for low cost, high performance thermal imaging cameras for commercial applications.

Kappa, the German camera manufacturer, has extended its camera range with Gigabit Ethernet models. The GigE cameras are available with various sensors and in colour, monochrome or cooled versions.

Syngene has released U:Genius, which is a gel documentation system for accurately recording DNA and protein gels images.

The Baumer-GAPI is the generic programming interface for Baumer Optronic's digital cameras. This interface was developed to operate all Baumer cameras by use of a standard software interface (API).