AWAIBA extends DRAGSTER product lineup with dual line sensor

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AWAIBA announces the release of a new dual line sensor to its popular high-speed digital line scan sensor family DRAGSTER. The DR-2x2k-7 sensor features a dual line of 7µm x 7µm pixels and operates at up to 160kLines / second. The dual line sensor mode permits in high speed scanning applications to increase in TDI like operating scheme the effective integration time. Combined with the extremely low read noise and high sensitivity the sensor is the ideal choice for any cost sensitive high performance, high speed scanning application. The Sensor interface is identical to the one of the other DRAGSTER linesman sensors. The all digital interface and single 3.3V supply make it easy to integrate the sensor.

The New Dual line sensor extends the wide family of DRAGSTER line-scan sensors with sensors from 2k-pixels till 16k pixels to the most complete family of digital line scan sensors available on the market.

Main applications of the dual line sensor DR-2x2k-7 are in Solar cell inspection, high speed print inspection, sorting applications, slide scanning and surface inspection.

Contact:
AWAIBA GmbH
Am Wegfeld 30
90427 Nürnberg
Germany
Phone +49 (0) 911 21 52 178 0
Fax +49 (0) 911 21 52 178 9
E-mail: sales@awaiba.com

-- Posted by Vision Systems Design



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