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e2v Launches Dual-line ELiiXA+ Line Scan Cameras

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e2v launches dual-line ELiiXA+ line scan camerase2v’s ELiiXA+ family of line scan cameras has been expanded to include two new dual-line 8k monochrome models, providing customers with 5μm pixels that can be operated in two active CMOS line modes (depending on user settings). This enables users to achieve higher line rates and sensitivity, at a very attractive price. The dual-line models are part of e2v’s ELiiXA+ family of line scan cameras, which all feature e2v’s multi-line CMOS technology and combine high responsivity with an extremely low noise level. This delivers a high signal-to-noise ratio, even when short integration times are required or illumination is limited.

The new dual-line camera is available in a 40KHz model (EV71YC2MCL8005-BA0) or 100KHz model (EV71YC2MCL8005-BA1), both with a Camera Link interface.

Typical applications include:
   •   Raw material surface inspection
   •  General inspection
   •  Electronic device inspection
   •  Parcel and postal sorting
   •  High resolution document scanning
   •   Print and paper inspection


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line scan camera
An optical instrument used for quality control purposes that builds a 2D image of an object out of a series of one-line slices of it. Common applications include the inspections of webs, such as sheets of glass, fabric, rolls of paper, aluminum and steel. When used in a stereo configuration, a pair of line scan cameras can capture two images of the same object from slightly different perspectives, making 3D inspections possible.  
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