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Machine Vision Cameras

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2009
Edmund Optics Inc.Request Info
EdmundOptics.jpgProgressive-scan Gigabit Ethernet CMOS machine vision cameras that feature an adjustable frame rate via binning, subsampling or area of interest have been launched by Edmund Optics Inc. Packaged in an ultracompact housing, they include a software interface that enables users to set up a specified area of interest, gain, exposure time, frame rate, trigger delay, and digital output delay and duration. The user can set the exposure, gain and white balance to a specified level, or the camera will adjust those parameters automatically. Proprietary software enables capture of still images in jpeg and bmp, and of video in AVI format. It also performs edge enhancement, hot pixel correction, and image mirroring and binning in the vertical directions.


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edge enhancement
In image processing, any operation that strengthens information about the edges of objects displayed. Three types of spatial filtering are used: shift and difference, gradient and Laplacian.
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