- January 25, 2019
January 25, 2019– Pixelink, a Navitar Company, has released their polarization machine vision camera built around the Sony IMX250MZR Pregius global shutter CMOS sensor.
The 5.1 megapixel camera takes advantage of on-chip polarizing filters enabling greater fault detection on reflective surfaces such as metal, plastic and glass, previously undiscernible with standard sensors.
Pixelink’s PL-D755MU-POL polarization camera is a 2/3” format monochrome model with 3.45 micron pixel resolution. Based on the Sony IMX250MZR Pregius global shutter sensor, with pixel-level quad polarization filter feature, the camera is designed so that each individual pixel has its own polarizing array angled at either 90°, 45°, 135° or 0°. This cluster of 4 pixels are arranged in repeating 2 x 2 pixel blocks and the 4 pixel block allows for on cameracalculation of both the direction and degree of polarization.
All Pixelink polarization camera models include Pixelink Capture imaging software, which provides the ability to simultaneously view four images, each image showing one of the four polarization angles.
Pixelink will be demonstrating their new polarization cameras, with Navitar lenses and Pixelink Capture software, at Booth #245 during the SPIE Photonics West show in San Francisco.