The Imaging Source zoom cameras have an integrated motorized zoom lens, iris and focus. Using the included SDK or end-user software IC Capture the camera functions can be adjusted automatically or manually. The cameras, which ship with Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, are ideally suited to a wide range of applications in the fields of industrial automation, quality assurance, traffic (ITS), surveillance and medicine.
Device drivers compatible to TWAIN, VisionPro AIK, ActivVisionTools, HALCON, LabVIEW and Matlab for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8, and Linux.
IC Capture camera control and acquisition software for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8.
IC Imaging Control Software Development Kit (SDK) as .NET, ActiveX and C++ class library for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8.
Integrated motorized zoom, focus and iris.
3 and 5 megapixel models.
Frame rate: Up to 15 fps.
Aptina CMOS sensors.
Dimensions: 116 x 60 x 60 mm.
GigE interface with PoE.
High performance and competitive price.
High stability, flexibility and customer satisfaction.
e2v’s new UNiiQA+ family of line scan cameras have been specifically designed to bring affordable, flexible and simple high speed solutions to your current inspection or sorting system.
The broad choice of UNiiQA+ cameras offer a ‘one-stop-shop’ solution at multiple price points in order to accommodate any performance requirement and any budget:
• Essential models – designed for low-speed or cost effective applications
• High-speed models – for high speed applications
• High resolution models – for tiny detail detection or for covering large areas
Featuring an exclusive e2v CMOS sensor
Thanks to e2v’s exclusive CMOS image sensor technology, the UNiiQA+ covers all of the main resolutions from 0.5k to 16k pixels and speeds up to 100KHz. The 5µm pixel pitch sensor enables the UNiiQA+ to stand as the most compact line scan camera on the market today and to be C-mount compatible at any resolution up to 4K pixels.
Designed for Distortionless and High resolution machine vision macro lens
9 product line (f# range : 10mm-50mm) covers various angles of view
Floating system improves high performance with any magnification
What is floating system?Normal lenses shift just a single group of elements for focusing. Additional floating elements (see picture below)can improve the close-focus performance significantly. Because the floating component is separate to the focusing lens group, aberrations caused by lens extensions are significantly reduced. Benefits are particularly great inmacro lenses because they cover a wide range of focus distances and in wide-angle.