The SDK for Allied Vision cameras
- High speed CXP camera
- Large are scan sensor
- Ruggedized housing
- Various lens mounts available
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The performance of the versatile Goldeye SWIR cameras from Allied Vision has been further enhanced with some new firmware updates. These provide contrast enhancement and improvements to the readout modes of the camera. AV Goldeye cameras provide uniform sensitivity in the short wave infrared (SWIR) spectrum from 900 – 1700 nm and are available in GigE Vision and CameraLink versions with a choice of resolutions.
Optics and illumination play a critical role in optimising the imaging conditions for machine vision measurement. Even the seemingly simple act of adjusting the iris (aperture) of a lens affects several parameters in the imaging system. There are a number of ways of adjusting the iris, but the Precise-iris (or P-iris) method offers significant benefits.
Every day the lives of millions of people depend on intact tyres on cars and airplanes. The Carl Zeiss Optotechnik tyre inspection systems equipped with STEMMER IMAGING’s state-of-the-art machine vision components provide the maximum possible safety in this domain.