Machine vision is a dynamic field: STEMMER IMAGING and our suppliers are the world´s leading manufacturers for machine vision components and solutions, introducing many brand new developments several times a year.
STEMMER IMAGING has developed a subroutine for the Sherlock machine vision environment that allows fully calibrated temperature measurements from an LWIR camera to be seamlessly included in machine vision measurements.
The new Xenics Bobcat-320 industrial camera, now available from STEMMER IMAGING, features the latest InGaAs imager to provide a highly competitive solution for high volume markets needing shortwave infrared (SWIR) imaging capabilities.
The latest in Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) imaging technology from STEMMER IMAGING is helping manufacturers to perform advanced inspection, non-destructive testing or sorting tasks. Allied Vision’s Goldeye and Xenics’ Bobcat and Lynx SWIR cameras and a new range of high resolution lenses from Computar extend machine vision capabilities beyond the visible spectrum.
The new Serval LWIR uncooled thermal imaging GigE camera from Xenics is designed for industrial in-line process and quality control in harsh and hot industrial environments. It features an IP67 design so that no large additional third-party enclosure is needed.
Xenics presents Bobcat-640, successor to the SWIR camera Bobcat 320. The new
camera impresses with a higher overall resolution of 640 x 512 pixels with a
pixel size of 20 µm, a smaller housing as well as a number of new features.
Integration of infrared imaging into machine vision applications is now much
easier with the introduction by Xenics of a common GigE/CameraLink/CoaXPress
modular platform for its range of infrared cameras. This can be used for
applications such as such as inspection, identifying and measuring parts,
pick-and-place and assembly, high-speed sorting, failure analysis and hot-spot