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SWIR Lenses

Alternative Vision Corp., Tucson, AZ, has released the f/1.4 SWIR lens series from Optec. The lens line is designed for large-format (20.5 mm) shortwave infrared (SWIR) imagers, and combines high throughput with low vignetting and distortion. The lenses are optimized for use with indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) SWIR sensors. Individual models support 900-1700 nm, 1700-2300 nm, and 900-2300 nm wavelength bands.

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Touch Screen Display

Banner Engineering, Minneapolis, MN, offers the iVu Remote Touch Screen Display for vision inspection in hard-to-access areas. Users can program iVu sensors through a single display and change inspection parameters remotely with no PC or external devices. One display can be used to program multiple iVu sensors. Connected via a 3' to 50' cable, the display facilitates access to the user interface and allows personnel to view inspection images from a distance.

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Machine Vision Software

IMPACT® 9.1 machine vision software from PPT Vision, Bloomington, MN, features the Pinpoint Pattern Find tool for applications including robotic guidance and high-speed inspection of randomly oriented, scaled, and located parts. Custom inspections can be designed with the Vision Program Manager, which features icons for drag-and-drop configuration and no programming language knowledge required. The Control Program Manager tool enables engineers to build a custom graphical user interface with multiple levels of log-ins and passwords.

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Microscope Cameras

Jenoptik Optical Systems Division, Jena, Germany, offers the ProgRes® SpeedXTcore 3 and ProgRes SpeedXTcore 5 USB CCD microscope cameras. The first model features live image speed of 17 fps at the maximum resolution of 2080 × 1542 pixels; the second model offers 13 fps image speed at 2580 × 1944 pixels. The cameras can be connected to any microscope, computer, or notebook via the USB 2.0 interface.

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Microscopy Camera

QImaging, Surrey, BC, Canada, offers the Rolera EM-C2 EMCCD microscopy camera for low-light imaging applications that features a 40-MHz pixel clock rate. Up to 34.2 frames per second can be read out and transferred over an optimized 800 Mb/s implementation of the FireWire protocol. The camera’s Easy-EM mode optimizes the camera EM Gain settings with a single click, boosting the signal-to-noise ratio. Variable exposure times range from 200 microseconds to 17.9 minutes.

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LED Electronic Power Supply

Zenaro (Karlsruhe, Germany) has introduced a new line of electronic power supplies specially designed for LED indoor/outdoor lighting applications. The efficiency performance is greater than 92%, saving more energy and reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

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LGR-5320

Measurement Computing Corp., Norton, MA, has introduced the LGR-5320 series of standalone, multifunction data acquisition loggers. The devices enable users to collect high-speed correlated analog and digital data without a computer. They feature 16-bit resolution, 16 analog and 16 digital inputs, and four encoder inputs. They measure at up to 200 kS/s directly to a Secure Digital (SD) memory card. Using the advanced analog and digital triggering options, users can collect data to monitor systems and events without dedicating a PC. The loggers come with DAQLog™ software to configure the devices and retrieve data via the USB interface or SD memory card. Each device includes a 4-GB SD card and is expandable to 32 GB SD memory for collecting up to 16 billion measurements.

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