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Line-Scan Camera

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Linescan CameraThe DPIXA dual 70-µm line-scan camera from Chromasens GmbH features 70-µm optical resolution for the fast, precise 3D measurement of tires, rubber, steel slabs, food, wood, and other specular materials.

Coupled with the CORONA II dark field line-scan light, the 3DPIXA dual 70-µm camera allows defects down to a depth of just a few µm to be located and classified quickly, reliably, and free of interference, even on products with coated or polished surfaces. Both devices facilitate rapid development and easy integration, with ruggedness to withstand harsh industrial environments.

Providing both 3D data and 2D color images, the camera leverages a trilinear CCD line sensor for performance characterized by minimal noise levels, high image contrast, and low power consumption. Due to its unique optomechanical design and the special trilinear line sensor with precise internal synchronization, the camera consistently delivers excellent image quality in scan widths up to 500 mm at a maximum speed of 1.4 m/s.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2019

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