Products and Press Releases

Cedip Infrared Systems has provided new components for its Silver IR cameras with long-life batteries and integrated screen options.

IDS is now providing a comprehensive Linux-compatible software package for its uEye camera series. The package includes a software development kit (SDK).

The svs16000 from SVS-Vistek is the first 16-Megapixel camera in its product line. This progressive-scan camera with a resolution of 4904 x 3380 pixels uses an Interline-Transfer-CCD from Kodak.

The XR-4 scientific and medical X-Ray camera from Dalsa is intended for use in the biomedical, specimen, mammography and computed tomography (CT scanning) fields.

PixeLINK has added USB 2.0 interfaces as an option for its machine vision and microscopy cameras, saving customers the trouble of installing a FireWire interface in their PC.

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.

IDS has expanded its software support to allow users of LabView and the LabView Vision Development Module from National Instruments to quickly implement image processing applications using the uEye camera series.

The iNEXIV VMA-2520 is a simple-to-use video measuring system for 3D work pieces, provided by Nikon Instruments. It is inexpensive and requires minimal bench space.

Dalsa has announced its new line of frame grabbers - the X64 Xcelera Series. Building on the Dalsa's X64 frame grabbers, the new Xcelera Series uses the PCI Express platform.

Imperx has added two new members to its Lynx digital camera line, the IPX-16M3-G and the IPX-16M3-L. Both cameras offer fully programmable resolution, frame rate, and exposure control.

Lumenera has launched the Lm family of cameras - a mini CCD USB 2.0 camera line aimed at industrial markets that offer the same performance as Lumenera's USB 2.0 cameras.

The TM-4200 series from JAI are high-resolution, high-performance progressive scan cameras featuring four Megapixel resolution with possible dual tap (at 15fps) or single tap (at 8fps) modes.

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