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Polarization Cameras

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Polarization CamerasThe CMOS-based CX series of polarization cameras with GigE and USB 3.0 from Baumer uses the polarization properties of light, opening up a new range of industrial image processing applications.

With the CX polarization cameras, physical material properties not detectable by the human eye can be visualized and evaluated to optimize manufacturing processes, reduce rejects, or improve quality. Due to the cameras’ ability to capture the complete linear polarization state, any mechanical residual stress that increases instability and the risk of breakage will be reliably detected. The cameras use the 5-MP Sony IMX250MZR global shutter sensor, which has an additional polarization layer consisting of four polarization filters at the pixel level. A single image is sufficient to simultaneously determine the degree and angle of polarization of the polarized light without changing the filter.

Applications include quality control in glass production, carbon fiber fabric, and reflective surfaces.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2019

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