<b>DIGITAL MICROSCOPE</b> The VHX-1000 digital microscope has up to 65,536 brightness levels, more than 2.8 trillion colors and real-time, 16-bit imaging resolution. The microscope employs an automatic lens/zoom recognition system enabling it to detect which lens is mounted to the camera—as well as the current magnification— in real time. Calibration adjustment is automatic with magnification changes. Its compact three charge coupled device (CCD) camera includes a pixel-shift actuator for high resolution images of up to 54 million pixels and also has up to 5,000X magnification. Keyence Corp. of America • (888) 539-3623 • www.keyence.com/prvh10 • Reply 640 <b>AVIATOR CAMERAS</b> These mono and color camera models have 31 frames per second speed at 2,330 by 1,750 pixel resolution and a Camera Link interface. The new aviator models are equipped with Kodak’s KAI- 4050 CCD sensor, progressive scan readout and global shutter technology. The aviator offers both the register-based type of interface commonly used with Camera Link cameras and a C/C++ high level programming API based on the company’s pylon platform. Basler Vision Technologies +49 4102 - 463 258 www.baslerweb.com Reply 641 <b>SCAN CAMERAS</b> Four new models are available in the Falcon high-performance area scan camera family. Three of the color models are part of the Falcon High Gain series, and one is part of its extended dynamic range series. The Falcon series of machine vision cameras enables color inspection, and Global shutter complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology. There are three resolutions in the High Gain series: the Falcon 1.4M100 HG at 1.4 megapixels; the 1M120 HG at 1 megapixel; and the VGA300 HG at VGA resolution. In addition, the company offers a Falcon 1.4M100 extended dynamic range. Dalsa Corp. • (978) 670 2000 • www.dalsa.com/mv • Reply 642 <b>MICROSCOPE CAMERAS</b> The SpeedXT core 3’s live image speed is 17 frames per second (fps) and the SpeedXT core 5’s speed is 13 fps, at a 2,080 by 1,542 pixel and 2,580 by 1,944 pixel resolution, respectively. Each is capable of a two-to-three-fold enhancement of a live image and have exposure times up to 180 seconds. The maximum possible color depth is 36-bit. Jenoptik Optical Systems • +49 3641 65-3083 • www.jenoptik.com/progres • Reply 643 <b>HIGH-SPEED 3-D CAMERA</b> The high-speed 3-D camera measures both the 3-D shape and the color of objects, measuring shape, contrast and surface defects. The ColorRanger E provides highresolution RGB color at up to 3,072 pixels per channel. With simultaneous 3-D and color information at more than 11 kilohertz (kHz), it can perform multiple inspections in parallel at full speed. Sick +49 7681 202-0 www.sick.com/us Reply 644 <b>VISION SYSTEM</b> In-Sight 5605 is a 5-megapixel, self-contained vision system for applications that require visualization of very small defects. It offers support for Gigabit Ethernet communication and an IP67 rating. Cognex Corp (877) 264-6391 www.cognex.com Reply 645
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