- Prism-based dual-band SWIR line scan camera
- Wavelengths from 900 nm to 1700 nm
- 1k line resolution at 39 kHz
- Colour line scan cameras with 3 or 4 sensors for excellent colour precision
- Large pixels for high image quality
- Available with CameraLink or CoaXPress interface
- Monochrome line scan cameras with extra large pixels for ultra high sensitivity or with small pixels for enhanced contrast
- High dynamic range for excellent image quality even for objects with high brightness differences (4k in two quantum well modes)
- Ideally suited for high-speed industrial vision inspection in difficult light conditions due to line rates up to 200,000 lines/second
- Available with CameraLink interface, Power-over-Mini-CameraLink or CoaXPress version suited for cable lengths above 10m
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Optics and illumination play a critical role in optimising the imaging conditions for machine vision measurement. Even the seemingly simple act of adjusting the iris (aperture) of a lens affects several parameters in the imaging system. There are a number of ways of adjusting the iris, but the Precise-iris (or P-iris) method offers significant benefits.
The popular JAI GO-5100 compact, lightweight industrial cameras are now available with the high speed USB3 Vision interface as well as GigE Vision. The new JAI GO-5100-USB monochrome and colour cameras provide 5.1 MP resolution at a high frame rate of 74 fps. This means that users can benefit from the same outstanding image quality offered by the Sony Pregius IMX250 CMOS sensor whichever interface they prefer to use.
The new Wave series of dual-band line scan cameras from JAI operate in the Short Wave InfraRed (SWIR) region of the spectrum. The WA-1000D-CL simultaneously acquires and precisely aligns images from SWIR light between 900 and 1400 nm on one sensor and from 1400 nm to 1700 nm on the second sensor, even when objects are moving at high speeds. This has the potential to enhance current machine vision systems by revealing information that can’t be seen when using just the visible and/or the near infrared light spectrum.