Vision Stuttgart 2018: JAI will be presenting a range of new industrial area scan and line scan cameras

At the Vision Stuttgart show 2018, JAI will be presenting a range of new industrial area scan and line scan cameras:

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A selection of the new JAI products at display at Vision. From left to right: GO-5000MP-USB, Apex AP-3200-USB, Sweep SW-4000TL-PMCL and Sweep+ SW-4000T-10GE)

New 3-sensor line scan camera with 10 GigE interface (Sweep+ Series):
JAI will demonstrate the world’s first prism-based RGB color line scan camera (Sweep+ SW-4000T-10GE) based on a backwards compatible 10GBASE-T GigE Vision interface delivering 10 Gbps output. The camera is backwards compatible down to NBASE-T (5 Gbps and 2.5 Gbps) and 1000BASE-T (1 Gbps). With a resolution of 4096 pixels per channel and a maximum speed over 100 kHz (100,000 lines/second) this camera is designed to cover a wide range of industrial line scan imaging applications – from the lowest to the fastest speeds.

Learn how to select the right line scan camera technology for high-speed industrial production applications requiring color or multi-spectral imaging:

Download the Prism Line Scan Technology Whitepaper

New trilinear color line scan camera in the Sweep Series:
JAI has added a new high-speed trilinear CMOS color line scan camera (SW-4000TL-PMCL) to its Sweep Series camera family. It features 4K (4096 pixels) resolution and a maximum full line rate of 66 kHz for 24-bit non-interpolated RGB output. Features include horizontal and vertical binning, built-in color space conversion functions as well as direct encoder connection and auto-detection of scan direction.

New polarization camera in the Go Series:
JAI will also launch a new polarization area scan camera in the Go Series. The new model (GO-5100MP-USB) is built around Sony’s IMX250MZR CMOS image sensor. With 5.1-megapixel resolution and an innovative 4-way polarized filter design it is ideal for inspecting plastics, glass, and other shiny materials in industrial vision applications.

Expanded Spark Series of high performance area scan cameras:
Among the new cameras also on display are new 12.4-megapixel low noise/high performance industrial area scan cameras belonging to the Spark Series. These cameras utilize the Sony Pregius IMX304 CMOS image sensor and include both color and monochrome models. The model SP-12401-PGE provides 9.3 fps over a GigE Vision interface whereas the SP-12401-USB, with a USB3 Vision interface, delivers 23 fps, and the SP-12400-PMCL with a Camera Link interface adopts the Pregius IMX253 and works in 64 fps. Color models feature several advanced color imaging features including multiple color space conversions, built-in 5x5 de-Bayering capability, and a 6-way color enhancement function.

Microscopy solution with the new Apex Series 3-CMOS cameras:
On the booth, visitors can also see a demonstration of a range of new 3-CMOS prism based color RGB area scan cameras in the Apex Series (AP-3200T and AP-1600T) with 3.2-megapixel and 1.6-megapixel resolution respectively. These cameras are developed to meet the most demanding color vision applications in machine vision and medical imaging. Special Apex models are dedicated microscopy applications in life science and industry and compatible with ImagePro from MediaCybernetics and open source μManager.

Learn how using the unique advantages of prism technology helps you to achieve superior image quality factors, such as real and full-color depth, improved color contrast, and better color differentiation.

Download the Prism Technology Whitepaper

Learn more about Spark, Go, Apex, Sweep and Sweep+ series.

Not visiting Stuttgart in November?
Are you not coming to Stuttgart in November, but would like to know more about the new products?...Please contact a JAI engineer:


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