Vision & Sensors

Microchip Partners With Sensor Manufacturers for Maximum Flexibility

 Microchip Technology Inc. announced the SSC7102—a low-power, flexible and turnkey sensor hub that makes implementing sensor fusion easy and provides an extremely large selection of supported sensors.  


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Sierra Monitor Names Axelsson VP

Sierra Monitor Corporation announced that it has named Anders Axelsson vice president of sales and marketing.  Axelsson is a global executive leader and general manager who brings a wealth of relevant experience in sensors and controls and device network communications to Sierra Monitor.


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Safety Light Curtain

Keyence introduced its new GL-S safety light curtain. This addition to the GL series offers a versatile solution for applications where space constraints are a major factor.


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Cameras

Allied Vision Technologies introduces the first six models of its new Mako camera family.


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Imaging System

Photron, Inc. introduces the ultra-high-speed imaging system, the FASTCAM SA-Z, featuring 21,000 frames per second at megapixel resolution.


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All-Purpose Sensor

The Keyence LR-T is an ideal complement to the already solid Keyence sensor lineup with its enhanced detection stability, ease of operation, and versatility.


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Infrared Camera

Like its predecessor, the all-new Goldeye is a short-wave infrared camera (SWIR) with sensitivity between 900 and 1,700 nm wavelengths.


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Remote-Head Camera

Toshiba Imaging Systems Division (ISD) announces the release of the second in a series of HD remote-head cameras.


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USB3 Vision Interface

As of now, the new universal interface to MVTec’s standard machine vision software, HALCON, is available for image acquisition with all USB3 Vision compliant cameras.


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Alignment System

Brunson Instrument Company announced the release of their next-gen AlignCam system for Brunson’s current line of alignment telescopes, levels and transits.


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