STEMMER IMAGING AG to distribute Metaphase lighting solutions in Switzerland
10 Aug 2012
Metaphase Technologies, based in Bensalem, Pennsylvania (US), developes and manufactures powerful LED lighting components that meet the stringent requirements of RoHS and WEEE. Originally established in 1992 as a solid state laser research and development company, Metaphase now focuses on manufacturing LED lighting solutions for machine vision applications.
Metaphase offers a wide range of LED lighting components used in a variety of applications for bright field, dark field or transmitted light. One of Metaphase’s specialities , the so-called LED ExoLights, are the most efficient LED replacement technology available for the fluorescent tube. These linear lights emit isotropic light and guarantee an intensive, homogeneous and shadow-free lighting. Another highlight are the diffuse LED tube lights available in white, red, green and IR 850nm in different lengths and in two different versions for use with both, area scan and line scan cameras.
Swiss customers can purchase the entire Metaphase product range from STEMMER IMAGING. The team of STEMMER IMAGINGs Swiss subsidiary in Pfäffikon is looking forward to your request.
High quality LED replacement for fluoroscent tubes, providing all advantages of fluorescent lighting without the liabilities of tubes.
Diffuse LED tube light ideally suited for objects with glossy surfaces, designed to minimise glare and prevent shadows.
Bensalem, United States
Since 1993, Metaphase Technologies has been developing products that advance "the quality of light" through engineering and manufacturing uniform diffuse high- and ultra-brightness LED illumination for machine vision, military and specialty lighting applications.
STEMMER IMAGING has been one of the leaders in the machine vision market since 1987. It is one of Europe's largest technology providers in this field. In 1997 STEMMER IMAGING presented Common Vision Blox (CVB), a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions, which has been deployed successfully throughout the world in more than 80,000 imaging applications in various industries.