Multispectral LED light features individually-controllable RGB and infrared LEDs

Feb. 9, 2017
Designed for machine vision applications that include packaging, food inspection, and circuit board inspection, the RGB + IR LED line light from Metaphase Technologies features individually controllable RGB and infrared LEDs to maximize contrast by choosing the best color and provide more intensity in specific wavelength compared to a traditional monochrome white line light.

Designed for machine vision applications that include packaging, food inspection, and circuit board inspection, the RGB + IR LED line light from Metaphase Technologies features individually controllable RGB and infrared LEDs to maximize contrast by choosing the best color and provide more intensity in specific wavelength compared to a traditional monochrome white line light. These LED line lights feature a 24VDC power source, aluminum housing, an operating temperature of -22°F to 140°F, 75,000 lifetime hours, and 1.6 million Lux. The LEDs, according to Metaphase Technologies, work particularly good when paired with quad linear cameras such as those offered by Teledyne DALSA or JAI.

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Contact: Metaphase Technologies Inc.
Headquarters: Bristol, PA, USA
Product:
RGB + IR multispectral LED line light
Key features: Individually controllable RGB and infrared LEDs, 24VDC power source, aluminum housing, an operating temperature of -22°F to 140°F, 75,000 lifetime hours, and 1.6 million Lux.

What Metaphase Technologies says:
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