Chromasens to showcase LED line scan illuminators at AIA Vision Show

On display at the AIA Vision Show in Boston from April 15-17 will be Chromasens’ CORONA II LED line scan illuminators, which feature illumination strength of up to 2,500,000 lux and are designed specifically to improve the performance potential of line scan cameras.

Mar 18th, 2014
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On display at the AIA Vision Show in Boston from April 15-17 will be Chromasens’ CORONA II LED line scan illuminators, which feature illumination strength of up to 2,500,000 lux and are designed specifically to improve the performance potential of line scan cameras. CORONA II LED lights are housed in IP54-rated aluminum and utilize a mirror to focus light, as to avoid chromatic aberrations, which is in contrast to illumination systems using rod lenses. The LED lights also feature an XLC 4 controller, which serves as a power supply with adjustable current to control modular sections of the line light. The XLC 4 can also monitor temperature and supports USB, RS232, RS485, Ethernet, and PWM (pulse width modulation) access. CORONA II LED line scan illuminators are suitable for use in inspection applications, including color printing, textiles, glass tape, or aluminum.

AIA Vision Show booth number: 520

To Learn More:

Contact:Chromasens
Headquarters
: Konstanz, Germany
Product:
CORONA II LED line scan illuminators
Key features:
Illumination strength up to 2,500,000 lux, IP-54 rated aluminum housing, XLC 4 controller (Power supply, controls modular sections of line light, monitors temperature.)

What Chromasens says:
View more information on the CORONA II LED line scan illuminators.

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