Beyond Visible Cameras

Physical properties of light imperceptible to the human eye are now visible with cameras from SVS-Vistek. These specialized cameras leverage standard industrial imaging systems in terms of technology with polarization planes or wavelengths from infrared to ultraviolet. However, despite cutting-edge imaging capabilities, these cameras are as simple to use as conventional industrial cameras and offer superior price and performance.

The human eye can only see in wavelengths between 400 and 750 nm in the electromagnetic spectrum. But, with infrared and ultraviolet light, now Machine Vision Imaging can go far beyond that enabling invisible markings, identification of materials and much more. Even further, properties of light such as polarization facilitate industrial inspection in many industrial applications involving non-metallic materials. The capabilities of these unique cameras make create limitless use cases and applications for SVS-Vistek cameras.

Powerful Features     

  • Sony SenSWIR sensor with 400 - 1700 nm spectral sensitivity and high quantum efficiency
  • Advanced Two-Point NUC (Non Uniformity Correction)
  • CoaXpress-12 delivers lowest latency and highest speed
  • 10GigE for economical bandwidth and ease of integration
  • LUT, Binning, ROI, Burst Mode
  • Up to 60°C (140°F) operating temperature
  • Industrial TTL-24V I/O interface with SafeTrigger, logic functions, programmable sequencers and timers, RS232 interface, electrical and optical inputs, GenICam and GenTL

Camera Models

Model MP Resolution Sensor Sensor Maker Sensor Size Frames/Sec Color/Mono Lens Mount Interface Shutter
exo991MGE 0.3 640 x 512 IMX991AABJ Sony 4.1mm
(Type 1/4)
260 SWIR C GigE Global
exo990MGE 1.3 1280 x 1024 IMX990AABJ Sony 8.2mm
(Type 1/2)
94.4 SWIR C GigE Global
fxo990MCX 1.3 1280 x 1024 IMX990AABJ Sony 8.2mm
(Type 1/2)
134 SWIR C 1 CXP-12 Connections Global
exo250ZGE 5 2448 x 2048 IMX250MZR (polarized) Sony 2/3" 24.5 mono polarized C GigE Global
exo250ZU3 5 2448 x 2048 IMX250MZR (polarized) Sony 2/3" 75 mono polarized C USB3 Global
exo264ZGE 5 2448 x 2048 IMX264MZR (polarized) Sony 2/3" 24.5 mono polarized C GigE Global
exo264ZU3 5 2448 x 2048 IMX264MZR (polarized) Sony 2/3" 35 mono polarized C USB3 Global
fxo487MCX 8.1 2840 x 2840 IMX487-AAMJ-C Sony 11.1mm
(Type 2/3)
87 UV C 1 CXP-12 Connections Global
fxo487MCX12-2C 8.1 2840 x 2840 IMX487-AAMJ-C Sony 11.1mm
(Type 2/3)
194 UV C 2 CXP-12 Connections Global
fxo487MXGE 8.1 2840 x 2840 IMX487-AAMJ-C Sony 11.1mm
(Type 2/3)
87 UV C 10GigE Global
exo253ZGE 12.3 4096 x 3000 IMX253MZR (polarized) Sony 1.1" 10 mono polarized C GigE Global
exo253ZU3 12.3 4096 x 3000 IMX253MZR (polarized) Sony 1.1" 30 mono polarized C USB3 Global

 

Examples of SWIR Imaging

Product Visualization

Because different objects emit different electromagnetic radation, or reflect light differently, SWIR sensors can detect and display the different emissions extremely well. Materials such as glass, plastic, water, powder, salt, sugar to name a few are esily detectable thru the SWIR sensor range.

  

 

Water Visualization

The way water reflects light, SWIR gathers the electromagnetic waves very well. This is vitally important to see if materials contain water. Because light reflects off objects differently, SWIR sensors can easily see the difference.

 

 

Foreign Material Visualization

Finding foreign objects amongst desired materials is a must. Different objects reflects light differently. In this case, metal, rubber, and plastic are not easily detectable, but once you look at them in the SWIR range, they stick out making them easy to distinguish and eliminate.

 

 

Temperature Observation

Different temperatures are difficult to detect thru visible light. This is extremely important when having to measure heat emminating from objects. Objects such as glass, heated tools, and metal. SWIR can capture images with the information that is vital to production. The following is an example of seeing different temperatures with normal, visible light and the image that the SWIR sensor captures.

     

 

Transmission Observation

Transmission observation is the ability to see thru different objects to inspect the contents on the inside. Being able to visibly see the contents inside different packing materials has the benefits of detecting flaws and proper packing amounts.

  

    

 

Made with Precision in Germany by SVS-VISTEK

Distributed by Concurrent EDA, LLC

Pricing, Availability and Ordering

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