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  • Progressive-Scan Cameras
Nov 2012
Toshiba Imaging SystemsRequest Info
IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 6, 2012 — Toshiba Imaging Systems Div. has launched the IK-TF series progressive-scan cameras for color area-scan machine vision applications. The IK-TF5P2 features VGA, 659 × 494-pixel output at 59.94 fps; the IK-TF7P2 delivers XGA, 1024 × 768-pixel output at 29.18 fps. The compact 3-CCD, one-piece cameras feature expanded digital processing capabilities.

They integrate Power over Camera Link (PoCL), digital output and reduced power requirements. The electronic shutter and white balance can be controlled manually or in auto mode. The partial scanning function increases frame rates up to 250 fps. Other features include electronic noise reduction, digital shading correction, dual-power input (PoCL or 12 VDC), a C-mount lens, and on-screen and remote RS-232 control.

The cameras provide precise color accuracy, high sensitivity and high resolution of fast-moving objects. With their proprietary three-chip prism design, they are suitable for color area-scan applications in machine vision, inspection, process control and factory automation.


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electronic shutter
A mechanical shutter that has had its timing escapement replaced with an electronic timing circuit. This circuit allows a wider range of exposure times, can be more accurate, and, placed in a circuit with a photoconductive cell, allows automatic sensing of shutter speeds.
process control
The collection and analysis of data relevant to monitoring the rate and quality of industrial production, either continuously or in batches. Corrections can be made manually or automatically, via a feedback control loop.
white balance
A feature of some imaging devices, such as digital cameras, that allows them to compensate for different lighting conditions by adjusting the color balance based on the difference between a white object in the image and a reference white.
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