Line Scanners

Vision Systems, Optics & Photonics, Computer Hardware & Peripherals

SWIR Line Scan Camera supports medical diagnosis.

February 6, 2015

Designed for spectral-domain optical coherence tomography applications, 2k pixel Model GL2048R enables entire front of eye — from top of cornea through to bottom of lens — to be imaged. Speed of camera minimizes motion blur while capturing retina's full field of view. Phase stability enables SD-OCT systems to measure and map faster blood flows that occur in larger vessels of choroid. With camera, OCT systems can also measure corneal thickness, scar tissue, and lens dimensions. Read More

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Monochrome Line Scan Cameras offer large pixels, high scan rates.

October 14, 2014

Respectively delivering scans rates up to 80,000 and 65,000 lines/sec, Sweep models SW-2000M-CL-80 and SW-2000M-CL-65 feature 2,048 pixel resolution and 20 x 20 µm pixels. Quantum well capacity and 400 µm² photon collection area promote SNR, while pixel size helps lower Modulation Transfer Function (MTF) requirements of camera lens. Other features include Ethernet port, scalable resolution function, single-channel Camera Link interface, and dual mode-capable image sensor. Read More

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Intelligent Cameras serve high-speed, compute-intensive tasks.

July 22, 2014

Based on CMOS sensors, 90 x 50 x 35 mm VC Base+ series includes 5 models (black-and-white or color) that feature 700 MHz processor, global shutter, fast trigger mode, and line scan mode that allows for frame rates up to 18 kHz. Ethernet interface and optional RS232 interface allow integration into automation environments, while 32 MB Flash and 128 SDRAM are provided for program and data storage. With sizes from 1/3–1 in., sensors provide resolutions from 752 x 480 to 2,048 x 2,048 pixels. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Vision Systems, Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Optics & Photonics

CCD Color Line Scan CCD Camera serves machine vision applications.

May 28, 2014

Offered in models that cover resolutions from 2,048 x 3  to 7,300 x 3 pixels, allPIXA™ pro offers line rates to 87 kHz in standard models and 148 kHz in special OEM configurations. Tri-linear CCD sensors optimize responsiveness, continuous white balancing compensates for minute color differences in different types of light, and programmable features offer precise control over key performance variables. Due to internal keystone correction, high-speed camera can be mounted in multiple angles. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Vision Systems, Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Optics & Photonics

Color 3D Line Scan Camera enhances machine vision quality control.

April 2, 2014

Employing factory-calibrated stereo engineering, 3DPIXA simultaneously captures 2 images of same object to output color images and 3D altitude data in real-time. Height and shape are calculated using algorithms running on GPU, and line scan technology allows for inspection of moving objects. While compact system option offers resolution of 15 µm/30 µm and line frequency of up to 22 kHz, and 3DPIXA dual system offers resolution of 10 µm and line frequency of up to 50 kHz. Read More

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CMOS Line Scan Cameras suit machine vision applications.

January 30, 2014

Intended for high-speed imaging, Piranha4™ cameras feature CMOS image sensor technology and 2k resolution, can operate at any angle to web, and incorporate GenICam™-compliant interface. Monochrome dual line scan camera delivers max line rate of 100 kHz in TDI mode and 200 kHz in Area mode, while trilinear model delivers max line rate of 70 kHz. Features include sub-pixel spatial correction, lens and shading correction, and flat field correction. Read More

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Compact CMOS Line Scan Cameras feature 4k resolution.

May 16, 2013

Piranha4™ P4-4k combines CMOS image sensor technology with SNR for high-speed imaging. While monochrome dual line scan camera delivers max line rate of 100 kHz in TDI mode (200 kHz in area mode), trilinear color camera delivers max line rate of 70 kHz. Both color and monochrome models use chipsets that allow cable lengths of 15–30 m and beyond and feature 10.56 x 10.56 µm pixel size. GenICam™-compliant interface facilitates setup, control, and integration. Read More

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Linescan Camera supports 3-D optical coherence tomography.

January 24, 2013

With 2,048 pixels at 76,000 lps, GL2048L-10A InGaAs SWIR Camera supports SD-OCT when used at center wavelengths of 1.05, 1.31, or 1.55 microns. Unit's 10 micron pitch enables ophthalmic OCT instrumentation companies to adapt their current 0.84 micron SD-OCT spectrometers, which use same pitch. Imaging aperture is 210 microns, providing alignment for fiber-optic based spectrometers. Camera also supports rates down to 100 lps for inspection applications that need up to 10 ms integration times. Read More

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Line Scan Cameras are suited for web inspection.

January 24, 2013

Offered with 6K, 8K, and 12K resolutions, 56 mm wide and 62 mm high Basler Racer line scan cameras are available with Gigabit Ethernet or CameraLink interface. Max line rate for 8K model featuring CameraLink interface is 80 kHz. Sensitivity of CMOS sensor technology promotes image quality, with low noise characteristics and quantum efficiency of ~60%. CMOS sensors also help minimize power draw, and their heat dissipation concept helps cameras stay cool. Read More

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Progressive Scan Cameras suit machine vision applications.

October 29, 2012

Respectively delivering VGA, 659 x 494 pixel output at 59.94 fps and XGA, 1024 x 768 pixel output at 29.18 fps, IK-TF5P2 and IK-TF7P2 one-piece 3CCD cameras serve color area scan machine vision applications. Both models integrate Power over Camera Link® (PoCL), digital output, and electronic noise reduction along with digital shading correction, PoCL or 12 Vdc input, C-mount lens mount, and on-screen and remote RS-232 control. Partial scanning increases frame rates to 250 fps. Read More

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Color CMOS Line Scan Camera features 8k resolution.

September 5, 2012

Suited for high-throughput machine vision inspection applications, Piranha4(TM) has 7 x 7 µm pixel size and is based on CMOS bilinear line scan technology with on-chip CDS and on-chip ADC. Line rates up to 50 kHz at full resolution promote inspection precision, speed, and responsivity. Along with GenICam(TM)-compliant interface, camera features programmable exposure control, gain, flat field correction, white balance, and color correction. Read More

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Line Scan Cameras come with GigE or Camera Link interface.

November 28, 2011

Using line scan sensors based on CMOS technology, Racer series supports line rates of up to 48 and 80 kHz via Gigabit Ethernet and Camera Link interface options, respectively. Basler Racer cameras start with 2k and 4k models and accommodate many markets and applications. Camera Link models support Power over Camera Link (PoCL), enabling data and power to be transported over same cable. Able to accommodate instances of side-by-side installation, industrial housing measures 56 x 62 mm. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Vision Systems, Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Optics & Photonics

Color Line Scan Camera utilizes 3 CMOS sensors.

August 29, 2011

Featuring light beam splitter prism and three 2,048-pixel, custom-designed CMOS sensors, Model LT-200CL captures red, green, and blue spectral bands in 3 separate channels simultaneously through same optical path. Unit runs at scan rates up to 30,383 lines/sec via 80 MHz data clock. Using sub-sampling or windowing readout modes, camera can run at scan rates up to 60,766 lines/sec at 1,024 pixel resolution. Camera Link interface provides 24-bit or 30-bit outputs. Read More

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Shortwave IR Line-Scan Camera has square pixel design.

March 8, 2011

Model SU1024LDM SWIR line-scan camera features 1,024-pixel imaging and has square pixel design that ensures pixel height is defined by metal mask, optimizing measurement accuracy of objects being imaged. Device has 14-bit base Camera Link® interface, flexible triggering, and line rates up to 46,000/sec for its entire pixel width. Measuring 76 x 74 x 61 mm, compact InGaAs camera has mounting points on 4 of its 6 sides and rugged housing that supports operating temperature of -10 to +50°C. Read More

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Color Line Scan Camera features prism-based 4-CCD design.

July 8, 2010

Featuring beam splitter prism with hard dichroic coatings, Model LQ-200CL captures red, green, blue, and NIR light spectrum bands simultaneously in 4 separate channels through same optical path. Each CCD sensor provides 2,048 linear pixels with pixel size of 14 µm x 14 µm square. Running at max scan rate of 19,048 lines/sec with 40 MHz pixel clock, camera delivers SNR of 58 dB. Pre-processing functions include flat-field correction, gamma/gain correction, and manual/automatic white balance. Read More

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SWIR Digital Line Scan Camera performs high-speed imaging.

May 11, 2010

With line rate to 91,900+ lines/sec, SU1024LDH2 InGaAs camera suits spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) applications. It measures 3 x 3 x 2.4 in. and can capture detailed 3D SD-OCT volumes in 1.05 microns wavelength band. Along with operator-selectable trigger modes and integrate-while-read snapshot acquisition, 1,024 pixel camera offers wavelength response from over 0.8 microns to 1.7 microns with 25 micron pixel pitch and aperture heights of 25 or 500 microns. Read More

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Line Scan Camera delivers speeds of 1.2 Gigapixels/sec.

December 4, 2009

Providing 12k resolution with 5.2 µm pixel size, Piranha(TM) HS Camera delivers break through speeds of 90 kHz line rate and is supported by Xcelera-HS PX8 frame grabber. HSLink machine vision connectivity interface provides scalable bandwidth in 300 MBps steps, from 300-6,000 MBps. Featuring time delay and integration for low light imaging, programmable camera offers bi-directionality and anti-blooming, as well as 256 selectable TDI stages with responsivity of 3,450 DN/(nJ/cm²). Read More

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High-Speed Area Scan Cameras offer 1 megapixel resolution.

August 31, 2009

Based on Kodak's KAI-1050 CCD sensor with 1,024 x 1,024 pixel resolution, aviator camera series can achieve speeds to 120 fps. Progressive scan readout and global shutter technology, combined with Camera Link data interface, make this product suited for applications such as semiconductor and electronics manufacturing, metrology, or medical imaging. Register-based interface and C/C++ high level programming API are included to perform configuration. Read More

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TDI Line Scan Camera suits machine and process monitoring.

August 31, 2009

Featuring 4,096 x 48 or 96 pixel resolution and CameraLink data transfer interface, DALSA Piranha HS-82-04K provides max line rate of 110 kHz and throughput up to 640 MHz. Selectable area mode of operation facilitates camera alignment and optical focusing. Capable of bidirectional scanning, camera has up to 96 selectable stages and prevents over-exposure with 100x anti-blooming. Time Delay Integration technology maximizes integration time available to collect incident light from moving object. Read More

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Line Scan Cameras suit machine vision applications.

August 24, 2009

Featuring Time Delay and Integration technology, Piranha ES Series includes cameras offering up to 8k resolution with 7 x 7 µm pixel size, max line rate of 68 kHz, and throughput of 640 Mpix/sec. All models are capable of bi-directionality with selectable 32 or 16 stages and software-controllable throughput and line rate. Applications include flat-panel display, electronics manufacturing, document scanning, web inspection, and general machine vision. Read More