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Uniiqa+ and Eliixa+ multiline CMOS cameras

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STEMMER IMAGING AG, one of Europe's leading machine vision technology providers, is now marketing the Teledyne e2v high-performance line scan camera portfolio, including the entry level UNiiQA+ and ELiiXA+ series of multiline CMOS cameras.

Christof Zollitsch, CEO of STEMMER IMAGING AG said: “We are delighted to be able to add these high performance cameras to further strengthen our product portfolio. Teledyne e2v is an acknowledged manufacturer of class leading CMOS sensors and line scan cameras and we look forward to a long and productive partnership.”

Jon Kemp, Head of Business Communications at Teledyne e2v commented: “STEMMER IMAGING AG will provide us with an extensive sales network across 19 different countries in Europe. Their experience and knowledge of established and emerging machine vision markets, coupled with their technical excellence will ensure that our line scan cameras will be used in the widest range of applications.”

The Teledyne e2v branded cameras are available in a wide range of formats, in monochrome and Bayer colour versions and with a choice of CameraLink or GigE Vision over NBASE-T (5 Gb/s) interfaces. Together with the Teledyne DALSA camera range, they provide a versatile platform for a wide range of applications. These include surface roughness and scratch detection in glass, paper, metals and textiles; presence control in pharmaceutical inspection; damage detection in rail inspection applications and character recognition in document scanning, parcel and postal sorting.

“This latest agreement further strengthens our relationship with the Teledyne group of companies,” concluded Christof Zollitsch. “For many years we have marketed high quality cameras manufactured by Teledyne DALSA and now we can also take advantage of the expertise provided by Teledyne e2v in line scan camera technology.”

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