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Beyond Visible machine vision cameras

Monica Ferguson   

Food Food & Beverage Beyond Visible CMOS sensors machine vision cameras polarized high-sensitivity system complexity

SVS-Vistek introduced its Beyond Visible line of expanded wavelength cameras. Using SWIR, UV, and polarized high-sensitivity CMOS sensors from Sony, the cameras uncover defects that escape conventional cameras or the human eye, among them observing contamination in food, detecting liquid levels through containers, sorting plastics for recycling, inspecting glass, semiconductors and solar panels, and analyzing mechanical stress on reflective or transparent surfaces.

Beyond Visible reduce system complexity and is safely contained within the same milled aluminum housings to withstand industrial settings.

As standard features, all Beyond Visible cameras include: region of interest, logic trigger functions with programmable timers, GenTL, sequencers and logic functions, and optical and electrical inputs specified with TTL-24V.

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