Chromasens has introduced a package that includes its allPIXA SWIR line scan camera and the Corona II dark field illumination system with shortwave LEDs. The Corona II dark field illumination module offers a selection of LEDs in the dedicated wavelength in either 1100 nm, 1350 nm, 1450 nm, or 1550 nm, reducing the need for software adjustments. The Corona II illumination system complements the recently introduced allPIXA SWIR line scan camera. Available with either GigE Vision or Camera Link interfaces, the camera leverages an uncooled InGaAs sensor with 1K resolution and 12.5 μm pixel size for high resolution, high sensitivity, and a line rate of 40 kHz. The allPIXA SWIR features a C-mount lens interface. Both the Camera Link and GigE Vision versions of the camera have an internal FPGA that can be customized for preprocessing.
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Headquarters: Konstanz, Germany
Product: SWIR Imaging Package
Key Features: Selection of LEDs in 1100-, 1350-, 1450-, or 1550-nm dedicated wavelength; InGaAs sensor with 1K resolution and 12.5 μm pixel size; GigE Vision or Camera Link interfaces
What LUCID Vision Labs says:
View more information on the SWIR Imaging Package athttps://chromasens.de/en/product/dark-field-illuminationand https://chromasens.de/en/product/allpixa-swir.
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