Display Inspection

What Makes an Ideal Camera for Display Inspection?

Adimec produces multiple lines of cameras designed specifically for high quality, repeatable Display Inspection.  Each camera has specialized features making them ideal for this task.  These include high resolution combined with a high fps, image uniformity optimizations, precision sensor alignment, high sensor sensitivity, CoaXPress interface and more. In this blog we’ll go over these features…

3 Things to Consider When Transitioning from Mobile C-arm RIU’s to Flat Panel Detectors

  While there are many viable alternatives to Image Intensifier CCD RIUs (II-CCD RIUs), Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) flat panel detectors offer an interesting and promising option as a replacement. These panels could offer an ideal mix of performance versus cost, especially in larger panel options. With existing factories switching to IGZO panel production,…

Which Flat Panel X-Ray Detector will Replace Cameras in Mobile C-Arms?

As discussed in the first blog in this­­­ three-part series, key factory shutdowns and general shifts in the X-Ray imaging market have lead to Image Intensifier (II)-CCD RIUs going obsolete. As CCD obsolescence becomes more prevalent in Healthcare and the dynamic imaging X-Ray market, the need to find alternatives is imminent. There are three flat…

How many pixels per second do you need for your camera?

High-speed image capturing combined with increase in accuracy for inspection and metrology is a challenge when trying to keep or increase production line throughput. Microchip Technology Inc. has made strides in achieving this goal with the introduction of CoaXpress technology on factory floors. With the new EQCO125X40 CoaXPress line, they have developed the first single…

High Full Well Imaging Supports Stain-Free Tissue Microscopy In Pathology

The main problem with the modern microscopy in pathology is that it requires expertise in staining to see the structures and composition of the tissue. While there is a solution in using Mid-infrared imaging to create virtual tissue staining, many optical imaging components absorb infrared light which makes this type of imaging incompatible with modern…