Latest machine vision cameras from XIMEA to be showcased at Photonics West
At SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco, XIMEA will showcase some of its latest machine vision cameras, including USB3, hyperspectral, and Thunderbolt cameras (pictured).
At SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco, XIMEA will showcase some of its latest machine vision cameras, including USB3, hyperspectral, and Thunderbolt cameras (pictured). XIMEA’s XiD line of USB3 cameras features Sony EXView HAD CCD II image sensors with pixel sizes from 3.1 µm to 4.54 µm, depending on the model. The cameras are available in 2.8 MPixel, 6.1 MPixel, 9.1 MPixel, and 12 MPixel models. XIMEA will also showcase the cooled version of these USB3 cameras at the show.
Also on display will be XIMEA’s xiQ USB 3.0 cameras, which have hyperspectral sensors from imec integrated into them. xiQ USB 3.0 cameras from XIMEA range in size from VGA to 4 MPixel. Lastly, XIMEA will showcase its newly-launched xiT Thunderbolt technology-ready camera, which feature CMOS image sensors from Sony and CMOSIS and are currently available with the 20 MPixel CMV20000 CMOS sensor from CMOSIS and the 2.35 MPixel IMX174 sensor from Sony.
SPIE Photonics West booth number: 5410
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Headquarters: Münster, Germany
Product: xiD USB3 cameras
Key Features: Sony EXView HAD CCD II image sensors, pixel sizes from 3.1 µm to 4.54 µm, frame rates of 15 fps, 20 fps, 30 fps, and 60 fps. (xiD cameras).
What XIMEA says:
View more information on the xiD SB3 cameras.
View more information on the imec collaboration.
View more information on the Thunderbolt cameras.
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