Line scan camera for machine vision applications

The Chromasens allPixa pro is a color line scan CCD camera designed for high-speed machine vision applications and has tri-linear CCD sensors and color accuracy for challenging inspection problems.

01/13/2015


The Chromasens allPIXA pro is A color line scan CCD camera designed for high-speed machine vision applications and has tri-linear CCD sensors and color accuracy for challenging inspection problems. Courtesy: ChromasensThe Chromasens allPixa pro is a color line scan CCD camera designed for high-speed machine vision applications like high-speed print verification, tile inspection, food and fruit sorting, and flat panel inspection. The allPixa
pro, with line rates up to 87kHz in standard models and up to 148 kHz for some original equipment manufacturer configurations and has tri-linear CCD sensors. Several models are available in resolutions from 2,048 x 3 to 7,300 x 3 pixels. Chromasens allPIXA pro cameras' color accuracy is combined with flexibility designed to help users solve challenging inspection problems. Continuous white balancing compensates for minute color differences in different types of light while a full range of programmable features offer control over key performance variables. In addition, the camera can be mounted in multiple angles thanks to its internal keystone correction.

Chromasens GmbH

www.chromasens.com 

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