Basel (Sales Rauscher) adds two camera modules to its Embedded Vision offering, which are tuned to NXP's i.MX 8 processors. The combination of Basler's camera know-how and NXP's powerful processors enable ideal embedded vision solutions for industrial applications.
Qioptiq is adding a new telecentric variant for the green spectrum (515 - 540 nm) to its quartz lenses "Linos F-Theta Ronar". The Excelitas Tochter has developed this laser lens especially for micro material processing. Further fields of application are laser structuring as well as laser welding and cutting.
With the "Rapixo CXP" has Matrox Imaging (Sales Rauscher) developed a new frame grabber generation for the version 2.0 of the interface standard Coaxpress (CXP). With it, data rates of up to 1.0 Gbit / s (CXP-1.1) or up to 6,25 Gbit / s (CXP-6) can be achieved - also backwards compatible with Coaxpress 12,5 / 12.
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When measuring temperatures in processes using lasers, the infrared camera must be insensitive to the stray light of the laser. The new "PI 08M" from Optris is ideal for such applications because it has a very narrow band spectral sensitivity at 800 nm.
With the Basle boost expands Basler (Sales Rauscher) portfolio includes cameras with the Coaxpress 2.0 standard and advanced CMOS sensor technology. The "Boost Bundle" consists of a Boost Camera, the matching CXP-12 Interface Card and the CXP-12 Accessory Starter Kit for a time- and cost-saving evaluation phase.
The "NIT Widy Sens SWIR "cameras with dual-mode "InGaAs" sensor from Rauscher offer a compromise between high sensitivity through linear response and high dynamics with 120 dB with logarithmic response. 230 images / s and a synchronous image capture in the ns range are further features of the camera.