XIMEA to showcase latest machine vision solutions at VISION 2014
XIMEA will showcase its xiD line of scientific grade USB3 cameras, its hyperspectral imaging collaboration camera with imec, and a number of other machine vision cameras, at VISION 2014.
XIMEA will showcase its xiD line of scientific grade USB3 cameras, its hyperspectral imaging collaboration camera with imec, and a number of other machine vision cameras, at VISION 2014. The xiD cameras are compact USB 3.0 cameras that feature Sony EXView HAD CCD II image sensors with pixel sizes from 3.1 µm to 4.54 µm, depending on the model. The cameras feature frame rates of 15 fps, 20 fps, 30 fps, and 60 fps and are available in 2.8 MPixel, 6.1 MPixel, 9.1 MPixel, and 12 MPixel models.
The hyperspectral imaging camera features imec’s hyperspectral sensor, which are available in a 100 bands line scan design, 32 bands snapshot tiled design, and a new snapshot mosaic design featuring 16 bands in a matrix of 4x4 per-pixel filters, according to imec. xiQ USB 3.0 cameras from XIMEA feature CMOS image sensors and range in size from VGA to 4 MPixel. XIMEA will also showcase its new XiLAB incentive, in which the company is combining all of its prototype class of products under one umbrella.
VISION 2014 booth number: Booth C51 – Hall 1
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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 scientific grade USB3 cameras.
View more information on the imec collaboration.
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