Camera Link family features three sensor options
MARCH 25, 2009--The DiViiNA linescan industrial inspection camera family features 1024-, 2048-, and 4096-pixel sensors, running at 40 MHz and outputting 8 bits on Camera Link.
MARCH 25, 2009--The DiViiNA linescan industrial inspection camera family features 1024-, 2048-, and 4096-pixel sensors, running at 40 MHz and outputting 8 bits on Camera Link. The cameras have been designed for machine-vision system integrators looking for cost-effective components for mid-range applications but who need to maintain high-end CCD performance. The camera can be set through a flexible and easy serial control, operated with a two-tap Camera Link base configuration and triggered on free run and external trigger modes. DiViiNA is already available for evaluation, with initial production units scheduled for availability by April.
-- Posted by Carrie Meadows, Vision Systems Design, www.vision-systems.com
e2v introduces DiViiNA, a new entry-level line scan camera
e2v today announced the launch of the DiViiNA line scan camera family, their new cost effective industrial inspection camera that features the proven quality of 1024, 2048 and 4096 pixel sensors from e2v, running at 40 MHz and outputting 8 bits on Camera Link.
The DiViiNA cameras are easy-to-use and robust, with user friendly levels of functionality providing the perfect image quality for mid-range applications. They have been specifically designed for machine vision system integrators looking for cost effective solutions for mid-range applications, but who remain eager to maintain high end CCD performance.
"The DiViiNA cameras complete e2v's line scan camera range. Whilst the comprehensive features and functionality available on AViiVA and ELiiXA cameras make them ideal candidates for high end systems, DiViiNA is the perfect balance between cost and performances to serve entry-level needs," commented Christophe Robinet, Strategic Marketing Manager for Industrial Imaging Products at e2v.
The camera can be set through a flexible and easy serial control, operated with a two tap Camera Link base configuration and triggered on free run and external trigger modes.
DiViiNA is already available for evaluation, with initial production units scheduled for availability by April 2009.
e2v's objective is to be a global leader in the design and supply of specialised components and sub-systems that enable the world's leading systems companies to deliver innovative solutions for medical and science, aerospace and defence, and commercial and industrial markets.
e2v has 4 major product groups:
High performance electron devices and subsystems for applications including defence electronic countermeasures, radiotherapy cancer treatment, and radar systems.
Advanced Imaging sensors and cameras for applications including industrial process control, dental X-ray systems, space science and life sciences.
Specialist semiconductors, including logic, memory and microprocessors for high reliability mission-critical programs in avionics, defence and telecommunications, sensor data acquisition, and high speed data conversion.
A range of professional sensing products for applications including fire, rescue and security thermal imaging, X-ray spectroscopy, and military surveillance, targeting and guidance.
For the year ended 31 March 2008, e2v achieved sales of 205m GBP and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. In October 2008 e2v acquired QP semiconductor, a leading US-based designer and supplier of specialty semiconductor components used in military and aerospace applications, establishing e2v's first US manufacturing base.
The Company is headquartered in the United Kingdom and has approximately 1800 employees in six production facilities across Europe and North America. e2v also operates a global network of sales and technical support offices, supported by local distributors and resellers.
Further information is available from www.e2v.com