|Teledyne DALSA Packaging Verification||Data sheets||279.0 KB|
|Teledyne DALSA Pantera 1M30||Data sheets||598.1 KB|
|Teledyne DALSA Pantera 1M60||Data sheets||598.0 KB|
|Teledyne DALSA Piranha HS 02K30||Data sheets||678.1 KB|
|Teledyne DALSA Piranha2 P2-2x-40 / 10µm||Data sheets||629.0 KB|
|Teledyne DALSA Piranha2 P2-2x-40 / 7µm||Data sheets||630.9 KB|
|Teledyne DALSA Spyder2 S2-1x||Data sheets||1.2 MB|
|Teledyne DALSA X64 LVDS||Data sheets||1.1 MB|
The new Teledyne DALSA Piranha4 Polarization line scan camera represents a breakthrough in machine vision by revealing non-visible properties of materials that cannot be detected with conventional imaging. With three independent polarisation detection channels, this innovative camera enables high-speed, real-time detection of birefringence, stress, surface roughness, film thickness, and other physical properties.
Teledyne DALSA has added a new easy-to use GUI builder tool to its Sherlock advanced machine vision software platform. This greatly simplifies the creation of a custom front ends using a simple drag and drop approach.
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.