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  • Line-Scan Cameras
Mar 2009
e2vRequest Info
SAINT EGREVE, France, March 23, 2009 – The DiViiNA family of entry-level line-scan cameras has been launched by e2v. The cost-effective industrial inspection cameras feature 1024-, 2048- and 4096-pixel sensors running at a data rate of 40 MHz with 8-bit output over a Camera Link interface. Pixels are 10- or 14-µm square. The easy-to-use and robust cameras have been designed for mid-range machine vision applications, including web inspection, and parts inspection and sorting.    Diviina_line.scan.jpg

The RoHS- and CE-compatible cameras can be set via a simple and flexible serial control, operated with a two-tap Camera Link base configuration, and triggered on free-run and external trigger modes. 

Features include antiblooming, F- or C-mount, a 58-dB dynamic range, gain of up to 35 dB, sensor alignment of ±200 µm and sensor flatness of ±30 µm. Power dissipation is <5 W, and operating temperature ranges from 0 to 65 °C.

For more information, visit:

BP 123
F-38521 Saint Egreve, Cedex
Phone: +33 4 76 58 30 00
Fax: +33 4 76 58 34 80


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