JAI Inc. released a new industrial prism-based line scan camera: SW-4010Q-MCL. The new model is part of JAI´s existing Sweep+ Series of 3-CMOS R-G-B and 4-CMOS R-G-B-NIR line scan cameras. The new camera comprises 4-sensor line scan technology that allows for simultaneous collection of red, green, and blue image data on three separate CMOS sensors plus a fourth sensor that collects image data from the short-wave infrared (SWIR) spectrum using a sensor based on indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) technology. Each of the three CMOS line sensors has a resolution of 4096 pixels, a pixel size of 7.5 x 7.5 µm, a sensor width of 30.72 mm, and a maximum scan rate of 20.6 kHz in full resolution. In comparison, the InGaAs line sensor provides a resolution of 1024 pixels, 25 µm square pixels, a sensor width of 25.6 mm, and a full resolution scan rate of 39 kHz. SWIR imaging is suited to the inspection of fruit, vegetables, and nuts; semiconductors; pharmaceuticals; and batteries, among others.
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Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: Sweep+ Series SW-4010Q-MCL
Key Features: 4-sensor line scan technology, R-G-B and Short-wave infrared (SWIR) spectrum, Three CMOS sensors and fourth (SWIR) based on indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) technology.
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