Wide selection of light sources with different peak wavelengths in the SWIR range
Coaxial lights with highly collimated light output for metrology
Coaxial front lights with anti-ghosting technology
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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.
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.
Part of the new TH2 series of flat machine vision LEDs from CCS Inc, the high output TH2-PM family of backlights have been optimised to give highly directional illumination. This makes them ideally suited to dimensional measurements where accurate imaging of the outline of objects is needed and other transmission imaging applications.