Three-CMOS prism and 4K trilinear line scan cameras from JAI to be shown at The Vision Show 2018
At The Vision Show 2018, JAI will showcase a number of its latest machine vision cameras, including the Apex AP-3200T-USB and the Sweep SW-4000TL-PMCL.
At The Vision Show 2018, JAIwill showcase a number of its latest machine vision cameras, including the Apex AP-3200T-USB and the Sweep SW-4000TL-PMCL. The Apex AP-3200T-USB features prism technology, which separates incoming light into red, green, and blue wavelengths which are directed to three precisely-aligned 3.2 MPixel Sony Pregius IMX265 CMOS image sensors. Through the camera’s USB3 Vision interface, it can acquire as much as 3 x 3.2 megapixels at 38.3 fps and a has a data throughput of 350 MB/s, which is more than three times faster than previous 3-CCD models. According to JAI, this camera offers more accurate per-pixel color values than those derived from Bayercolor cameras with interpolation routine.
JAI’s Sweep Series SW-4000TL-PMCL (pictured) is a 4K trilinear (4096 x 3 CMOS image sensor) line scan camera that features a 7.5 µm pixel size, up to 66 kHz line rate, horizontal and vertical binning, and RGB output with built-in color space conversion for HSI, CIE XYZ, and others. It also has a Camera Link interface and an intelligent sub-pixel spatial compensation function to account for the three-line spacing on the target and avoid problems with halos or color fringes in the image, according to JAI.
The Vision Show 2018 booth number: 523
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Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: Apex AP-3200T-USB 3-CMOS camera
Key Features: Prism technology, three 3.2 MPixel Sony Pregius IMX265 CMOS image sensors (Sweep SW-4000TL-PMCL), 4096 x 3 CMOS image sensor, 66 kHz line rate, intelligent sub-pixel spatial compensation function (SW-4000TL-PMCL).