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UI-3013XCC brings the convenience of commercial digital cameras to professional machine vision and scientific applications.
BsAutomatisierung in Rosenfeld,Germany, uses Ensenso 3D vision cameras in its robotic bin-picking cells to pick individual, randomly aligned parts out of a container and pass them on to downstream production processes.
Ensenso N20 stereo camera has active texture projection for 3D vision applications, a Gigabit Ethernet interface and two high-resolution 1.3 megapixel global shutter sensors.
UI-5360CP and UI-5370CP have CMOS sensors with resolution of up to 2048 x 2048 pixels, excellent light sensitivity and rapid frame rates.
The three USB 3.0 cameras are available in housed and board-level versions, with a choice of e2v 1.3MP, 2MP and Aptina 5MP CMOS sensors.
VSE IP camera helps users achieve faster, simplified integration, remote web-based control, and imaging in process monitoring, ITS and logistics applications.
UI-3370CP-NIR near infrared (NIR) camera featuring a CMOSIS 4.2MP sensor that substantially boosts sensitivity in the near infrared range when compared to the company's monochrome NIR models.
With the expansion, IDS will now be able to bring its North American sales team under one roof with administrative staff.
The Gigabit-Ethernet board-level GigE uEye LE camera is now available featuring a high-resolution 5 Megapixel CMOS sensor from Aptina.
Linux driver and a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 camera provide an inexpensive application for kiosk systems, microscopy, or the ITS sector.
Optima Group Consumer, a German manufacturer of coffee capsule filling stations, is using an IDS camera to check the quality of coffee packets.
uEye XS merges the convenient operation of a consumer digital still camera with the versatility of a full-featured industrial camera.
The Power Over Ethernet (PoE) version of the RE includes CMOS or CCD sensors, with resolutions ranging from basic WVGA to ultra-high 10 megapixels.
Ensenso N10 is fitted with two global shutter CMOS sensors and a pattern projector that projects a static, high-contrast texture onto the object being captured, adding structures that are not visible or are only faintly visible to the human eye.
The camera delivers frame rates up to 14.94 frames/sec. at 1920 x 1080 HD resolution and 47.37 FPS at 800 x 600 resolution.
Updated software driver allows cameras to handle four so-called "areas of interest," and be operated in line scan mode.
The cameras were tested using several current PC mainboards from leading manufacturers which already feature the latest version of the USB connection.
The GigE uEye camera is Powered over Ethernet, renedering a separate power supply cable obsolete.
The 1/3" sensor with a resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels combines a very high frame rate with outstanding light sensitivity.
Software update for uEye XS industrial camera adds a trigger mode for image capture in different resolutions of up to eight megapixels, digital zoom, backlight compensation, and more.
As of driver version 3.60, uEye SE and RE cameras support the transfer of images at the sensor's full color depth.
For OEMs and system integrators, this USB camera is only 7 mm high and provides a digital input, a digital output, two programmable GPIOs, and an I2C interface on a 36 x 36 mm chip.
For many machine vision applications with USB cameras, conventional 5m cables are simply too short.
This system provides four times the resolution of High Definition Television (HDTV).
The ultra-compact 22 x 24 x 24 mm camera features an 8-megapixel sensor and comes with built-in Auto Focus
In addition to delivering a live display free of image tearing, Direct3D also allows for semi-transparent overlays that can be displayed on live images.
All uEye cameras now interface with VisionPro and CVL software from Cognex.
Software allows operating USB cameras in master mode, so that the camera itself controls the data exchange. This way, significantly higher frame rates can be achieved in triggered cameras.
USB uEye ME has a right-angle design that allows it to fit into the tightest spaces.