Optoelectronic Sensors

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Embedded vision in packaging applications

Embedded vision in packaging applications
Vision Components has offered a comprehensive hardware and software portfolio for OEMs manufacturing image processing technology for the packaging industry. The company’s embedded vision systems autonomously perform inspection tasks with different degrees of complexity, for instance, code reading, fill level detection, completeness checks, printed image control, label inspection, as well as detection and categorisation in sorting facilities.
17th August 2018

Custom sapphire lenses designed to endure harsh chemicals

Custom sapphire lenses designed to endure harsh chemicals
  Custom sapphire lenses that are impervious to blood, harsh chemicals, and chlorine and fluorine gas for use in a wide range of medical sensors and instruments are available from Meller Optics.
1st August 2018

Sensor module for embedded video applications

Sensor module for embedded video applications
  It has been announced that Sunex Optics has released its first sensor module, the MOD255I, based on its 4K Miniature DSL255 SuperFishEye Lens for easy digital video device development with embedded vision. 
1st August 2018


Sony to preview category of machine vision module at Vision 2018

Sony to preview category of machine vision module at Vision 2018
Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions division has set to demonstrate the first in a new category of machine vision cameras at Vision 2018. At the Stuttgart-based trade fair, held in November, it will unveil a new polarised-light module based on its 5MP GS CMOS device. Details of the camera will be made available to journalists and select customers at the show, with a public announcement made in Q4.
17th July 2018

Project time for new school halved

Project time for new school halved
Due to a successful partnership with Rawfield M&E, Ridings Consulting Engineers, Eco Modular Buildings and CP Electronics, a school in North London has utilised modular plug and play electrical lighting installations to help half its construction time from six months to three months.
16th July 2018

Vision sensors feature more stable detection

Vision sensors feature more stable detection
Updating its vision sensor IV series, KEYENCE has introduced optical character recognition (OCR) capability that can offer a simple, three-step (1 minute) set-up routine and more stable detection through high-intensity illumination and high-performance lens technology. In addition, the ultra-compact size makes the vision sensors easy to retrofit for companies updating their equipment. 
6th July 2018

Infrared detectors suitable for fit and forget applications

Infrared detectors suitable for fit and forget applications
LASER COMPONENTS has introduced industrial grade thermal detectors, from their research and production facility in Arizona. These detectors work on the principle that photons incident on the polycrystalline thin film, promote electrons across the bandgap increasing the conductivity of the material, in turn decreasing the resistance of the substance.
25th May 2018

High speed quality checks down to high-performance camera testing

High speed quality checks down to high-performance camera testing
Whether sauces, snacks or ready meals have to be filled and packaged, high throughput and quick format changes matter in the packaging systems and food industry, and to the highest standards of quality and hygiene, too. For this purpose, the sensors used have to be able to do one thing above all: meet high demands for power, flexibility and hygiene all at the same time.
30th April 2018

Expanding imaging options for extreme low-light imaging

Expanding imaging options for extreme low-light imaging
  ON Semiconductor has announced the latest additions to its portfolio of Interline Transfer Electron Multiplying CCD (IT EMCCD) image sensors that target extreme low-light applications such as medical and scientific imaging, as well as commercial and military applications for high-end surveillance.
5th April 2018

CMOS sensor features on-pixel polariser for object detection

CMOS sensor features on-pixel polariser for object detection
  Sony Semiconductor has released its new Preguis IMX250 sensor with a four-directional polarisation square pixel array, providing higher contrast for more detailed pictures in less time. The 5.07MP sensor, with a 2/3" optical format, has a 2448x2048 pixel array utilising a 3.45µm pixel size. The IMX250 reaches a frame rate of 144fps at 10 bits.
28th March 2018


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