Imaging Equipment

Imaging Equipment

Digital Imaging Systems print at up to 135 ppm.

Featuring 512 MB RAM and 320 GB HDD, Pro 907EX, Pro 1107EX, and Pro 1357EX handle variety of media sizes and stock. Systems create books up to 400 pg using in-line Perfect Binder, while Ring Binder Unit produces ring-bound booklets punched and bound on-line. They enable users to preview/approve thumbnails of scanned documents before final output or distribution and Web Image Monitor allows remote...

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DSC-Quality Imaging is available to mobile phone market.
Imaging Equipment

DSC-Quality Imaging is available to mobile phone market.

Designed to address demand for digital still camera (DSC) quality imaging in mobile phones, 1.75 micron OmniBSI(TM) (backside illumination) series combines low-light sensitivity of greater than 1,400 mV/(lux-sec) and SNR of less than 70 lux. Automatic image control features and frame rates for video encoding deliver vivid still and video images, even in challenging lighting conditions. Series is...

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Imaging Equipment

Siemens Makes Innovation Accessible with Comprehensive Molecular Imaging Solutions

Customer-focused solutions in molecular imaging offer greater long-term value TORONTO, June 13 -- At the 2009 SNM Annual Meeting in Toronto this week, Siemens (booth #1024) is breaking down barriers to market entry, as well as offering versatile, multipurpose solutions that help physicians provide high quality patient care, and effectively manage healthcare costs. As the healthcare landscape...

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Imaging Equipment

Embedded Vision System suits automated visual inspection.

Able to process images from multiple IEEE 1394 and GigE Vision cameras, NI EVS-1464RT enables high-speed, real-time machine vision systems to be built for applications such as sorting products, verifying assembly, and inspecting packaging. This multicore controller features extended temperature range, RTOS, solid-state hard drive, and fanless design to withstand harsh environments. It also...

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Monitoring System can observe automated welds in real-time.
Imaging Equipment

Monitoring System can observe automated welds in real-time.

Weld-i 1000 System incorporates color CCD micro camera with remote controlled focus and iris for full, detailed view of torch, weld joint, puddle, and feed wire; 2 units can be positioned to observe leading and trailing views. While water-/air-cooled housing protects camera and optics from harsh local environment, desktop or rack mount controller permits on-the-fly adjustment to correct for...

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Imaging Equipment

X-Ray Image Detector suits angiography equipment.

Operating at speeds up to 30 fps, PaxScan® 3030+ lets physicians monitor interventional procedures, including placement of catheters within blood vessels, in real-time. Multi-modality panel is also designed for use in cardiovascular imaging systems and surgical C-arms. While 194 micron pixel pitch results in images with enhanced contrast resolution and no distortion, cesium iodide...

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Autofocus Imager reads 2D direct part marks.
Barcode Scanners / Readers

Autofocus Imager reads 2D direct part marks.

Available in high-speed and high-resolution configurations, MINI Hawk Imager can consistently read symbols that are damaged, distorted, or otherwise challenging. EZ button enables unit to automatically adjust focal distance and set internal parameters for optimized symbol reading. Packaged in miniaturized MINI hardware platform, imager fits in tight spaces and can solve any barcode or 2D track,...

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Image Scanners

The Walters Art Museum Digitally Analyzes Art Using GE Technology

GE digital radiography and software assist in understanding the condition, technology, and history of works of art The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Md. has selected digital radiography from GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies as a critical resource to capture, analyze and share images of the museum's art collection. The Walters' conservation and research team uses GE's CR50P digital scanner...

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Fiber Optics

CeramOptec Aids Search for Life on Mars

May 12, 2009 - Bonn, Germany - CeramOptec GmbH, a worldwide leader in the manufacture of specialty optical fibers, bundles and assemblies, has joined in the search for life on Mars. The company has supplied Selex Galileo of Finmeccanica with custom fiber optic bundles for use on instruments that will travel to space on the ExoMars mission of the European Space Agency (ESA). The mission's purpose...

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