Press Releases

The Piranha tri-linear colour line scan camera from Dalsa is distributed by Firstsight Vision. This new tri-linear camera includes greater line rates and improved sensitivity compared to previous models.

Equipped with a 640 x 480 CCD sensor, the VA15 inspection device from ipd combines performance, ease-of-use and flexible integration capabilities with competitive pricing for a range of machine vision applications.

Multipix is distributing a PCI Express board from Euresys for high-speed Camera Link image acquisition. The Grablink Express has a Power over Camera Link interface.

SVS-Vistek's monochrome 5-Megapixel camera svs625 is now available with a GigE Vision interface, meaning frame grabber boards are no longer necessary to transfer image data.

SUI (Sensors Unlimited, Inc.) has introduced the new SU-LDH digital line scan SWIR Camera for spectroscopy and machine vision applications.

The Super Optical Device 3 from Moritex is a high performance unit optimised for vision and inspection applications that require mounted lens and lighting.

Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced the new C10000 TDI (time delay integration) board-level CCD camera that features a high speed, high sensitivity, back-thinned CCD image sensor.

As a result of the increasing need for telecentric lenses with high magnification, Moritex has developed a new micromachine lens, the SOD-10X.

Prosilica has released its highest resolution camera ever. The 16-Megapixel GE4900 runs at 3fps at 4872 x 3248 pixel resolution over a GigE Vision interface.

A new Camera Link PCI Express frame grabber is now part of the Grablink series. The Grablink Express complies with the Base-configuration of the new Camera Link standard 1.2.

JAI has released four new digital progressive scan CCD cameras: CM-140 MCL, CB-140 MCL, CM-200 MCL and CB-200 MCL. They are Mini Camera Link versions of JAI's CV-A1 and CV-A2 cameras.

Multipix has released the new Ascent series from Apogee Instruments. The cooled compact CCD cameras have programmable 16-bit digitisation, up to 20MHz and cooling to 40°C below ambient temperature.

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