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Welcome to this edition of the Vision Technology News presented by Adept Electronic Solutions Pty Ltd - The Machine Vision and Imaging Specialists.

New Compact Remote Head Camera
New Compact Remote Head CameraJai CM-030PMCL-RH Camera

JAI recently introduced the CM-030PMCL-RH industrial CCD camera with small remote head and Power over Camera Link (PoCL) digital interface. With many of the advanced features of the other Jai Compact camera series this camera is designed specifically for space and weight constrained applications that require quality with compact size.…

Night Vision Camera
Night Vision Camera from XenICs
XenICs Xeva-FPA-1.7

The Xeva-FPA-1.7 is an industrial Infrared camera manufactured by a leader in InGaAs sensors - Xenics from Belgium. It is available in 320 x 256 pixel or 640 x 512 pixel resolution and is sensitive up to 1.7 micron wavelength of light which makes it suitable for a variety of applications including night vision.…

AVT 1394 Driver speeds Windows
AVT 1394 Bus Driver Package

AVT 1394 Bus Driver Package

Allied Vision Technologies recently released the AVT 1394 Bus Driver package for Windows. The AVT 1394 Bus Driver eliminates the existing speed limitations of the original Windows driver with 1394b.…

New High Resolution Firewire Cameras
New Stringray Camera Models
New AVT Stringray Models

Allied Vision Technologies have released two new versions of its successful Stingray camera family: the Stingray F-125 and Stingray F-504. The Stingray F-125 features the new high sensitivity 1.3 megapixel Sony CCD ICX445 sensor. The Stingray F-504 uses the new ICX665 Sony CCD sensor with 5 megapixels and excellent sensitivity and image quality…

Direct to Display Camera
Direct to Display camera for Visualization

AESXGA-080V Camera

The AESXGA-080V is an extremely simple ‘XGA output’ colour camera which can be used purely for visualization. This state-of-the-art camera is unique in the market in that it connects directly to a TFT or similar monitor and displays a high resolution digital flicker-free image. There is no requirement for a computer interface, grabbers, adapters or any other intermediate hardware.…

Article: Night Vision InGaAs Camera Technology
Article: Night Vision Technology

Even on moonless but starlit nights, highly sensitive InGaAs cameras will produce good images using short wavelength infrared. By thinning the image sensor chip light passes right through the substrate and allows the wavelength range of these detectors to be extended into the visible spectrum to span 400 – 1700 nm. They offer good quality optical images even on nights when the human eye can see nothing and far outperform thermal sensors for sharpness of image.…

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