Wide selection of high-output ultraviolet and violet LED illumination for demanding applications
High power LED ring lights for long-distance and wide-area irradiation
High power LED bar lights for long-distance and wide-area irradiation
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Computational imaging improves imaging at source
Computational Imaging (CI) uses data extracted from a series of images acquired under different lighting or optical conditions to create an output image containing the details that are most important to a particular machine vision task. This approach offers powerful advantages over traditional one-shot imaging. It can improve the capability of a camera and reveal image detail not previously possible.
New machine vision front lights with camera window
CCS has introduced the TH2-CR series of flat light units with a camera window which provide light from the same axis as the camera. The wide emitting surface combines wide-field imaging with highly uniform illumination, making these new lights an attractive alternative to coaxial and dome lights.