Here is a roundup of some recently-released imaging and machine vision products from some of the leading companies in the industry. New products include GigE Vision and USB3 Vision cameras, a high-speed infrared camera, and embedded computer, and a USB 3.0 interface board.
GigE Vision line scan camera from Teledyne DALSA
Featuring an 8192 x 1 CMOS line scan image sensor with a 7.04 µm pixel size, the Linea 8k GigE line scan camera (pictured) from Teledyne DALSA can achieve line rates of 13 kHz and up to 45 kHz with TurboDrive technology.
Industrial cameras from Basler
Four new Basler ace industrial cameras featuring Sony’s 2.3 MPixel global shutter IMX249 CMOS image sensor are now available: acA1920-40gc (GigE, color), acA1920-40gm (GigE, mono), acA1920-40uc (USB 3.0, color), and acA1920-40um (USB 3.0, mono).
Infrared camera from Xenics
Xenics has announced the launch of an 800 Hz (800 fps) version of its Cheetah-640-CL SWIR camera, which features a 640 x 512InGaAs Focal Plane Array (FPA) with a 20 µm pixel size and achieves speeds up to 800 Hz (800 fps).
Embedded computer from Neousys Technology
Featuring the 6th generation Core i7/i5/i3 processors (codename Skylake), the Nuvo-5000E/P embedded computer from Neousys Technology features a number of general I/O interfaces. This include up to six GigE ports, four USB 2.0 ports, four USB 3.0 ports, and VGA/DVI/DP triple display outputs.
VREO Liberty board provides USB 3.0 interface for Sony block cameras
Designed to provide a USB 3.0 interface for Sony’s FCB block cameras, the VREO Liberty board extends the range of cameras that can be integrated into your USB 3.0 products. Liberty is capable of streaming 1080p at 30 fps over USB 3.0 and includes push button inputs for camera zoom control, pulse width modulation output for external LED light control, and a selectable power supply for the attached camera.
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