Trilinear camera for machine vision applications

Chromasens' 10k and 15k allPIXA wave cameras are designed for machine vision systems used to inspect flat panel displays, narrow and wide web, textiles, and PCB boards, among many other applications.
By Chromasens March 13, 2016

Chromasens' 10k and 15k allPIXA wave cameras are designed for machine vision systems used to inspect flat panel displays, narrow and wide web, textiles, and PCB boards, among many other applications. Courtesy: ChromasensChromasens’ 10k and 15k allPIXA wave cameras are trilinear true color RGB line scan sensor with more than 10000 pixels and are designed for machine vision systems used to inspect flat panel displays, narrow and wide web, textiles, and PCB boards, among many other applications. The 10k and 15k allPIXA wave cameras deliver CCD image quality with CMOS performance. Internal keystone correction allows for multiple angle positioning of the camera while a simplified graphical user interface and an integrated test image generator enables easier setup and diagnostic functions.

Small footprints, robust designs and high-strength steel mounting threads give system integrators more choice to resolve a multitude of industrial imaging challenges in tight spaces. Other features include multiple color conversion matrix, continuous white balancing and a signal-to-noise ratio designed to yield ultra-high color resolution up to 15360 pixels x 4 lines with 5.6 x 5.6 μm pixel size. The Chromasens allPIXA wave 10k model has a maximum color line rate of 10240 pixels x 3 up to 27.6 kHz (82 kHz mono), and measures 102 x 7 x 56. The allPIXA wave 15k camera offers a maximum line rate of 15360 x 3 to 18.4 kHz and measures 102 x 100 x 56m.

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