VGA CAMERA Based on the Sony ICX618 CCD sensor, the new TXG02 from Baumer is one of the fastest industrial digital cameras with VGA resolution on the market. The combination of a high frame rate of up to 140 fps and improved image quality qualifies this new GigE camera model to master sophisticated image-processing tasks. Thanks to its integrated ExView HAD technology, the camera is exceptionally sensitive in the visible and near-infrared range of the spectrum. The Baumer Group | (800) 937-9336 | email@example.com | www.baumer.com HIGH-SPEED CAMERA Photron, Inc.’s lower cost, high-definition, highspeed Fastcam SA6 camera is well-suited for automotive, military, broadcast, particle velocimetry (PIV) and digital image correlation (DIC) applications. The new high-speed system is available in both 36-bit color, and the more light-sensitive 12-bit monochrome. The Fastcam SA6 provides up to 1,500 frames per second (fps) at high definition resolution (1,920 pixels wide x 1,080 high) from the 1,920 x 1,440 native resolution CMOS sensor. Photron provides both C and F lens mounts with the new, large format camera. Photron, Inc. | (800) 585-2129 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.photron.com INTEGRATED HIGH-SPEED CAMERA & DIGITAL MICROSCOPE The KEYENCE VW-9000 high-speed microscope is one of the most versatile tools available for any manufacturing or inspection application. This fully-integrated system incorporates a built-in light source, LED monitor, analysis software and PC components and can be used not only for standard high-speed applications, but also doubles as a digital microscope for inspection and development work. With a newly re-designed CMOS sensor, the VW-9000 is capable of recording high-speed processes at up to 230,000 frames per second and can capture video for up to 13 hours. Keyence 888-539-3623 x80219 email@example.com www.digitalmicroscope.com/PRVKX NON-CONTACT INDUCTIVE SENSORS TURCK has expanded its Q-track™ family of linear position sensors to include the newest QR14 and the Q17 models. Measuring just 14 mm and 17 mm in height, the compact, non-contact inductive sensors deliver dependable, repeatable measurements in applications with spacing limitations and harsh environments. TURCK’s linear inductive sensor operation is based on the RLC resistance inductance capacitance principle. Unlike potentiometric or magnetostrictive technologies, the sensors incorporate precisely manufactured printed emitter and receiver coil systems. The emitter coils are activated with a high frequency AC field and produce an inductive RLC circuit with the positioning element. The element is inductively coupled with the receiver coils, which are arranged so different voltages are induced in the coils, depending on the position of the actuator. The voltages serve as a measure for the sensor signal. TURCK 800-544-7769 firstname.lastname@example.org www.turck.us DUAL COAXPRESS CAMERA According to the company, Adimec’s Quartz Q-4A180/CXP area scan camera is the industry’s first camera to support a dual CoaXPress interface . This camera delivers the performance and cost benefits of the CoaXPress standard and combines global shutter CMOS technology with the proprietary Adimec True Accurate Imaging® approach. This results in CCD-like image quality and speed. The Q4A180/CXP transmits 180 frames per second (FPS) at a 2048 x 2048 resolution with 10 bits per pixel over two standard coaxial cables with lengths over 60 meters without repeaters. Adimec +31-40-2353900 www.adimec.com 3-D LASER SCANNING MICROSCOPE The new KEYENCE VK-X Series 3-D laser scanning microscopes combine the capabilities of SEMs and non-contact roughness gauges with the simplicity of an optical microscope. This newly released system now boasts an unprecedented 0. 5 nanometer Z-axis resolution with a magnification range spanning 200x–24,000x. The usability and ease-of-use have been further improved with the addition of the AI-Scan function, allowing users to image and measure a target with just a click of the mouse. Keyence 888-539-3623 x80219 email@example.com www.digitalmicroscope.com/PRVKX THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA The Optris GmbH optris PI200 thermal imaging camera with BI-SPECTRAL technology displays infrared images with up to 96 Hz (images per second) with 160x120 pixels. The time synchronic real time image recording takes place with up to 32 Hz with 640 x 480 pixels. The free available full version of the optris PI Connect software offers two modes for the image display: the monitoring modus and the cross-fading modus. Optris GmbH +49 030-500 197- 21 www.optris.de SOFTWARE In the quest for a solution that would eliminate the need to relearn and rewrite individual applications to be used on a variety of cameras, Lecky Integration’s software development team created Vcam, a standard and unified interface that is learned once and used for all camera styles. Vcam is a series of libraries created using Voyant, Lecky Integration’s own unique library of machine vision software. The company’s founder, Ned Lecky, PhD, faced years of frustration when developing vision programs that worked seamlessly in a variety of environments (C, C++, Windows or Linux), and on a variety of web, GigE, USB, and IP cameras. Using Vcam, a developer simply has to name the camera they want to use, setup desired camera parameters, and call start. The functions used are exactly the same for an industrial camera as they are for a $10 web cam. Lecky Integration (315) 505-4710 www.voyantvision.com www.lecky.com
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