Exploring Bright Field versus Dark Field Lighting for Your Inspection Application

Bright or Dark Field Lighting in applications One of the key components of machine vision imaging is determining what kind of lighting is optimal for your set-up to achieve the best light-dark contrast; bright field lighting or dark field lighting. Bright field is the more commonly used lighting technique whereas dark field is advantageous when…

Display Inspection Demands Met with Gpixel GMAX Cameras

As manufacturers of display modules strive to improve product dependability, production yield, and throughput while also minimizing defects, there is a consistent need for increased display inspection accuracy.   New demands for inspection calibration requirements for display modules require simultaneous improvements to obtain: Higher resolution (over previous 25MP cameras) Accuracy in a range of temperatures…

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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,…