CoaXPress version 1.1 was released in April of 2013 and now products based on this version are available.
A multiple camera (multi-camera) based vision system can provide a bigger field of view, faster throughput, greater detailed inspection or more measurement information, and possibly all combined for metrology and inspection equipment.
New cancer diagnostic techniques and compact hyperspectral camera solutions are two innovations highlighted at Photonics West
There are many amazing new products and technologies unveiled and discussed at this week’s Photonics West Show. We are impressed at how many industries from agriculture to medicine are advanced by photonics.
The latest requirements for 3D metrology and inspection in the semiconductor industry require high resolution and fast frame rate cameras. For these applications, CMOS-based cameras are required, with the trade-off of lower dynamic range and less sensitivity compared to CCD-based cameras. CMOS image sensors continue to get dramatically better fueled by the extensive resources and…
Okay so we just talked about how you may not have to make a choice between a CCD or CMOS image sensor. However, since that is not the case at the moment (examples expected in 2015) what to do if you need to make an industrial camera selection now?
At the Vision China in Shanghai, China from March 18th to 20th, imaging and photonics industry component suppliers will demonstrate their latest innovations and products.
One of the big advances in image sensor development (both CMOS and CCD) is a reduction in read noise. Read noise is basically the noise added to the pixel when reading out the image sensor. The noise signal is added by the electronic circuits involved in the conversion of charge to the digital signal. With…
With the technology advances in CCD and CMOS image sensor market and the lower production costs driven by the consumer market, there is a steady increase in high-resolution (4 Megapixels and higher) and ultra high-resolution (12 Megapixels and higher) OEM camera options from machine vision suppliers. The higher resolution cameras enable advances in demanding inspection…
This week we completed extensive qualification and the latest member of the CMOS-based QUARTZ series, the Q-12A65, is now in volume production. The Q-12A65 has been designed into several instruments and is now commercially available to allow equipment manufacturers to take the next required performance leap in accuracy and throughput.
The Adimec Quartz Q-12A65 camera offering 12 Megapixels at 66 fps is now in volume production. The Adimec Sapphire S-25A30 is also available with 25 Megapixels at 30 fps.