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  • How to Select the Line Scan Camera?
    How to Select the Line Scan Camera? Jun 22
    1. Introduction of the line scan cameraThe line scan camera is a camera that uses a linear array image sensor. In the past, most of the chip of the line camera was CCD, but now more of the mainstream ...
  • Comparison of CCD and CMOS Image Sensors
    Comparison of CCD and CMOS Image Sensors Jun 15
    The characteristic of CCD image sensor is to fully keep the signal without distortion during transmission (exclusive channel design). By collecting each pixel to a single amplifier and then performing...
  • Application of Contact Image Sensor in Image Acquisition
    Application of Contact Image Sensor in Image Acquisition Jun 08
    1. The rapid development of the image sensor marketAccording to related research reports, the image sensor market has been developing rapidly in the past year. The current unit shipments of the image ...
  • Requirements on Image Sensors for Industrial Imaging
    Requirements on Image Sensors for Industrial Imaging Jun 01
    1. Image sensors have an important impact on vision systems of industrial machineIn recent years, machine vision has developed rapidly in the industrial field, and has rapidly spread from the traditio...
  • The Past and Present of Image Sensor Technology
    The Past and Present of Image Sensor Technology May 27
    1. Application development of image sensor technologyHistorically, CCD image sensors and CMOS image sensors appeared almost simultaneously in the 1960s. From 1965 to 1970 (the 1970s), companies such a...
  • How Much Do You Know About the Image Sensor?
    How Much Do You Know About the Image Sensor? May 17
    1. The origin of the image sensorThe image sensor is a device that converts optical signals into electrical signals, and it is widely used in the digital television and the visual communication market...
  • The Composition and Principle of Machine Vision System
    The Composition and Principle of Machine Vision System May 10
    Ⅰ. Components of the machine vision systemIn general, a complete machine vision system is composed of the optical system (light source, lens, industrial camera), image acquisition unit, image process...
  • What Can the Machine Vision System Do?
    What Can the Machine Vision System Do? May 03
    The machine vision system is based on optical devices and non-contact sensors. It can automatically receive and process an image of a real object to obtain the required information or the device used ...
  • The Promising Future of the IR Video Camera
    The Promising Future of the IR Video Camera Apr 22
    1. The bright future of the IR video cameraThe study of infrared light has never stopped since its discovery in 1800. At present, a large number of applications have been developed from medical treatm...
  • Precaution for the Use of IR Video Camera
    Precaution for the Use of IR Video Camera Apr 15
    How far can IR video cameras monitor? With advanced technology, it is not difficult to have an infrared night vision system above 100 meters. Advanced technology means it must be combined with IR ligh...
  • How to Calculate the Power of the Infrared Video Camera?
    How to Calculate the Power of the Infrared Video Camera? Apr 08
    1. Application advantages of infrared video camerasThe infrared video camera has been widely used for its long night vision distance, strong concealment, stable performance and other outstanding advan...
  • Line Scan Cameras and Area Scan Cameras in Industrial Vision Cameras
    Line Scan Cameras and Area Scan Cameras in Industrial Vision Cameras Apr 01
    According to the arrangement of pixels, industrial vision cameras can be divided into line scan cameras and area scan cameras. Both line scan cameras and area scan cameras have their advantages and di...
  • Industrial Vision Cameras Are More Highly Flexible and Customizable Than SLR Cameras
    Industrial Vision Cameras Are More Highly Flexible and Customizable Than SLR Cameras Mar 22
    In the field of industrial imaging applications, the problems that need to be solved are very different, which requires industrial vision cameras to have a high degree of flexibility in order to cope ...
  • Industrial Vision Cameras Accurately Locate Target Users
    Industrial Vision Cameras Accurately Locate Target Users Mar 15
    Industrial vision cameras are mainly for batch industrial applications. Different industrial vision cameras have a particular prominent parameter index that can meet the needs of different target user...
  • How to Choose an Industrial Camera and the Difference in Camera Interface
    How to Choose an Industrial Camera and the Difference in Camera Interface Mar 08
    Ⅰ. Pay special attention to the following when choosing an industrial camera:1. Decide whether to choose a CCD camera or a CMOS camera according to the application. CCD industrial cameras are mainly ...