Mit der neuen C16090-Serie bietet Hamamatsu Photonics nun Kameramodule mit InGaAs-Sensoren an, die verschiedene Cut-off-Wellenlängen haben und damit für unterschiedliche Zielanwendungen eingesetzt werden können.
The Vial Scanner by Schäfter+Kirchhoff (www.sukhamburg.com) was developped for the in-situ imaging of Drosophila pupae and for automated measurement of their size.
Autovimation now offers two new enclosure variants for the FX10 and FX17 hyperspectral imaging cameras from Specim: In addition to the IP 66/67 enclosures previously supplied, a stainless steel version (V4A stainless steel) in hygienic design and a climate-controlled version are now also available.
Euresys has announced the Grablink Duo. The camera link frame grabber enables the connection of two independent CL cameras with base configuration or one CL camera with base, medium, full, 72bit or 80bit configuration.
Bitflow introduce its first CoaXPress-Over-Fiber (CXPoF) frame grabber Claxon Fiber.
Creaform’s VXintegrity NDT software platform enables the assessment of surface damage.
Thanks to the ‘Classification (AI)’ detector, the Vision Sensor Visor Object AI by Sensopart independently learns characteristic distinguishing features based on a few images of the object to be detected.
The AI Computing Workstation ECX-3000 PEG Series by Vecow is powered by 12th Gen Intel Core processor.
Falcon’s FLFL2 combines two area illuminators in one housing.
Edmund Optics is adding new image processing filters with mounts to its portfolio.
The 8MP camera HB-8000-SB-U by Emergent Vision features the UV-Sony Pregius IMX487 sensor with a high level of UV sensitivity within 200 to 400nm wavelength.
The optoNCDT 1900-6 and 1900-6LL triangulation laser sensors by Micro-Epsilon operate with a measuring range of 6mm, which now covers measuring ranges between 2 and 500mm.
The F-Scanner 1D fluorescence measurement system by Fraunhofer IPM completely tests the cleanliness and coating quality of surfaces – on the line or on the robot.