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Linescan Camera

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Princeton Infrared Technologies Inc. has announced the LineCam12, an InGaAs linescan camera that operates in the shortwave-infrared and visible spectrum from 0.4 to 1.7 μm.

The compact camera features a 1024 × 1-pixel format with a 12.5-μm pitch, two digital outputs, USB3 Vision, Camera Link and USB3 operation. The device allows for easy integration into new or existing machine vision and spectroscopic systems.

The 1024-element linear array camera can image over 37,000 lines per second. It comes in two models, the LineCam12-12.5- 1.7T with 250-μm-tall pixels for spectroscopy and the LineCam12-12.5- 1.7M with 12.5-μm square pixels for machine vision tasks.
May 2016

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