New 20 MP GigE and USB 3 Cameras
The Imaging Source has expanded its product portfolio with four new camera models featuring the Sony 20 MP IMX183 sensor. The new camera models are available with a USB 3.0 or GigE interface and support the USB3 Vision and GigE Vision standards. The IMX 183 is a back-illuminated 1" sensor with high sensitivity, good image quality and excellent color reproduction. In addition to applications in microscopy, the cameras are suitable for a variety of inspection and measurement tasks. Combining the cameras with the The Imaging Source 1" lenses (see pictures below) results in a high-resolution camera system with a particularly good price to performance ratio.
VS-L(V) SERIES LINE SCAN LENSES
8K, 12K & 16K Line Scan Macro Lenses
The VS-L(V) series is especially designed for large sensors up to 90mm in length, With integrated vibration resistance, a large selection of various mount adapters, high resolution, and high contrast it is an exceptionally excellent choice for any line scan application.
Up to 90mm sensors
13 models available
Up to 2K, 12K, & 16K
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The Imaging Source has announced the immediate availability of 4 new 9 and 12 MP industrial cameras featuring the latest, large-format Sony Pregius CMOS sensors and the robust ix Industrial® Ethernet interface.
The "38 series" colour and monochrome cameras from The Imaging Source are equipped with Sony's cost-effective IMX267 and IMX304 sensors which offer high resolution (8.8 MP at 13 fps and 12.3 MP at 9 fps respectively), high dynamic range with low noise and brilliant color reproduction. Developed specifically to meet the demands of modern imaging systems, IMX267 and IMX304 global shutter sensors are ideal for machine vision applications such as inspection, metrology and traffic surveillance; GigE-Vision compliance ensures easy integration in applications adhering to the standard.
New terahertz imager: 300 GHz linear scanning system
The 300 GHz linear scanner is the latest Terasense high-speed THz imager. The scanner bridges the gap between the extremely high imaging speed of linear scanners (5-15 kHz) and unprecedented spatial resolution arising from 300 GHz imaging technology (0.5 mm). The linear camera is easy to integrate in conveyor lines or other mechanical scanning systems, being a convenient and flexible tool for non-destructive testing and imaging of various materials, both in laboratory and industrial environments
More information on applications for THz imaging can be found by visiting the Terasense web site