CHELMSFORD, England, March 31, 2013 — e2v has launched two color versions of its ELiiXA+ line-scan cameras. The new 16k/8k and 8k/4k cameras offer a true-color mode, making them suitable for high-resolution document scanning and the inspection of printing, flat panel displays, printed circuit boards, food, pharmaceuticals and the surfaces of raw material. The cameras incorporate a CMOS pixel architecture that combines an advanced signal-to noise ratio (even when integration times are short or illumination is limited) with multiline architecture to boost sensitivity by sequentially integrating the same object line with full exposure control. The cameras provide up to 95,000 line rates per second, high response and an extremely low noise level. The 5-µm-pixel size is arranged in four active lines, and a dual-line filter configuration allows the cameras to be operated in several modes. True-color mode with 10-µm RGB pixels provides color fidelity equivalent to 10-µm-pixel trilinear solutions with immunity to web variation; full-definition mode offers 16,384-RGB-pixel resolution. The 16k/8k pixel resolution model is available with a CoaXPress interface, while the 8k/4k model is interfaced through Camera Link.