Camera control system works with various remote heads

AUGUST 17, 2009--The CS9001 camera control system has been enhanced to integrate with five different remote heads in CCD sizes ranging from 1/6- to 1/2-in. The system is targeted for applications such as machine vision, microscopy, endoscopy, robotics, surface mounting and inspection, semiconductors, and scientific imaging. The remote heads can be mounted up to 7 m away from the CCU, allowing the system to fit into confined spaces or be integrated into a moving application, such as on the end of a robotic arm. It captures 470-TVL Horizontal resolution (768 x 494 pixels NTSC) or (752 x 582 pixels PAL) full frame images. Automatic light control and auto white balance ensure image quality against variations in intensity or color temperatures. Video output is available for VBS and Y/C (S terminal).
Toshiba Teli
Irvine, CA, USA
www.toshiba-teli.com

-- Posted by Carrie Meadows, Vision Systems Design, www.vision-systems.com

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PRESS RELEASE

Remote-head Color Machine Vision Camera System Combines Economy with High Image Quality

IRVINE, CA, June 17, 2009 - Recognizing that analog technology continues to play an important role in machine vision system design, Toshiba Teli America, Inc. has enhanced its CS9001 camera control system to seamlessly integrate with five different remote heads in CCD sizes ranging from 1/6-inch to 1/2 inch.

This versatility serves a useful purpose to system engineers who need a cost-effective, space-saving solution for applications as varied as machine vision, microscopy, endoscopy, robotics, surface mounting and inspection, semiconductors and scientific imaging. The compact configuration means the remote heads can be mounted away from the CCU up to seven meters, allowing the CS9001 to fit into confined spaces or be integrated into a moving application, such as on the end of a robotic arm.

The CS9001 captures 470-TVL Horizontal resolution (768 x 494 pixels NTSC) or (752x582 pixels PAL) full frame images. Automatic light control and auto white balance assure optimum image quality against variations in intensity or color temperatures. Video output is available for VBS and Y/C (S terminal).

For more information, please call 1-949-770-TELI (8354). Toshiba Teli America, Inc. is located at 33 Hammond, Irvine, California, 92618. On the web, www.toshiba-teli.com.

About Toshiba Teli Corporation
Toshiba Teli America, Inc. is the North American subsidiary of Toshiba Teli Corporation, a world-leading manufacturer of CCD and CMOS cameras. Toshiba Teli Corporation has 400 employees and has a primary operation in Hino-City, Tokyo, and sales offices in Tokyo, Kobe, Nagoya and Fukuoka. In addition to cameras, Toshiba Teli Corporation manufacturers a wide range of equipment, including surveillance camera systems including DVR recorders, LCD inspection equipment, multi-value image measurement and manufacturing equipment, and RF amplifiers.

Toshiba Teli America, Inc. | 33 Hammond | Irvine | CA | 92618


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