Machine Vision Cameras

Area Scan Cameras –  Form the basis of many automated inspection solutions. The uncompressed image is composed of lines and rows of pixels, typically exposure at the same time, with the image transferred to the PC for processing.

 

Line Scan Cameras – Perfectly suited to applications in which a large field of view, high-resolution, or high-speed image capture is needed, which is typical in a continuous web application or outdoor surveying.

 

3D Cameras – Use advanced structured light, sheet of light or time of flight technology for product recognition and 3D orientation pose determination of arbitrary 3D objects for inspection, robotic guidance and measurement.

 

Board Level Cameras – Can be used in a variety of ways, from various classical industrial applications to non-industrial areas such as microscopy and various traffic-related applications. Easy OEM integration.

 

Network Cameras – Robust, easy-to-install IP fixed box and IP fixed dome cameras for surveillance, banking and casino security, in-process or traffic monitoring. Providing options for MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 video compression for effective network bandwidth management.


Thermal Cameras – Used in a wide variety of industries to monitor continuous processes. Perfect for non-contact precision temperature measurement, monitoring infrastructure to detect early signs of failure, fire prevention and manufacturing processes.

 

Cooled Cameras – Where applications require long exposure times, such X-ray, Fluorescence, Bioluminescence Gel Documentation, Astronomical Imaging and Forensic Imaging. Cooling the camera ensures image noise is kept to a minimum resulting in the high quality images.

 

Smart Cameras – Cost effective and offer comprehensive machine vision functionalities in a fully embedded stand-alone device. Perfect for label and packaging inspection, including barcode, 2D matrix and OCR.