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DYNAMIC FRAME ACCUMULATION SCI/INDUSTRIAL CAMERA
new HC7501 machine vision camera is a 1/2" color
transfer CCD with both Digital Signal Processing circuitry
and a multi-programmable dynamic frame accumulation mode
for delivery of quality scientific or industrial imagery
in low-light fluorescent or semiconductor applications.
The unit is also designed to tackle standard bright field
microscopy and factory automation. Dynamic frame accumulation-64
frames in auto mode and up to 510 in manual-expands low-light
performance to the point that the unit can virtually "see
in the dark" at less than .02255 lux. Y/C output,
external genlock and Hirose connectors are included, as
well as CS and C lens mounts.
ELMO MANUFACTURING, Plainview, NY.
— Indicate 221 under July 01
IR CAMERAS FOR TELECOM TESTING
new model Marlin and Phoenix Indium Gallium Arsenide infrared
cameras are designed to image laser energy in the 1.3 and
1.55 micron C, L, and S wavebands-precisely those used by
DWDM telecom lasers today. They allow the user to capture
12- or 4-bit corrected digital images at high frame rates
via the laser-illuminated sensor. Both cameras feature 320x256
focal plane arrays for snapshot mode, designed to offer
quality response linearity (less than 1% non-linearity)
and spatial uniformity (less than 0.2% non-uniformity).
Integration times are adjustable and can be as low as 500
nanoseconds. Both cameras are built on the manufacturer's
ultra low-noise analog signal processing ICs and high-performance
InGaAs detector material.
INDIGO SYSTEMS, Santa Barbara, CA.
— Indicate 222 under July 01