Press Releases

Horiba Jobin Yvon has introduced three new ranges of multichannel detectors: the Symphony arrays with LN2 cooling, the Synapse arrays with thermoelectrical cooling, and the Sygnature ambient temperature linear detectors.

Frankfurt Laser Company is providing a new line of temperature-stabilised laser diode modules. The HEML laser modules provide high output power for machine vision applications in harsh environments.

IDS has launched the new flagship models of its uEye camera range, which feature a Gigabit Ethernet interface, with its own, proprietary interface.

Specialised Imaging has introduced a digital shadowgraph. The camera reveals temperature and chemical differences in transparent media, providing engineers with detailed information about aerodynamics and flow mechanics.

Vision Components has released Version 1.5 of EyeSpector. The new release includes 20 graphically programmable image processing functions, including support for robot vision with the calibration of 2D and 3D images.

Flir Systems' latest reporting software, QuickReport, allows users to organise and analyse the radiometric images from its thermal cameras and present them in a report in just three easy steps.

Avago Technologies has released a new ambient light sensor with a precise logarithmic output response over a wide range of lighting conditions.

XenICs has introduced the XLIN 1.7/2.2/2.5 series of InGaAs linear photodiode arrays, featuring high detectivity, linearity and uniformity with good stability and a wide dynamic range.

Viscom has introduced its new EasyPro3D Step 1 programming software. It includes the IPC-compliant Viscom LIB2007 inspection library and a newly-designed repair station.

Vision Components has introduced its data matrix code reading software. Combined with an intelligent camera, the VC Smart Reader enables quick and reliable identification of 2D codes.

Epix has introduced the SV5C10 12-bit colour and the SV5M10 12-bit monochrome 5-Megapixel 10fps cameras. They can be externally triggered or free run.

National Instruments has released LabView 8.5, the latest version of the graphical system design platform for test, control and embedded system development.

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