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Prism-based Line-Scan Camera

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Prism-based Line Scan CameraThe SW-4010Q-MCL prism-based line-scan camera from JAI A/S is an industrial device that provides simultaneous and separate imaging of red, green, blue, and SWIR light.

Combining CMOS and InGaAs image sensors in the same industrial camera makes it possible to perform advanced color inspection collecting visible light data via the three CMOS sensors, while at the same time obtaining image data via the fourth InGaAs sensor from light waves in the 800- to 1700-nm range. Each of the three CMOS line sensors has a resolution of 4096 pixels, a pixel size of 7.5 × 7.5 µm, a sensor width of 30.72 mm, and a maximum scan rate of 20.6 kHz in full resolution. The InGaAs line sensor provides a resolution of 1024 pixels, 25-µm square pixels, a sensor width of 25.6 mm, and a full resolution scan rate of 39 kHz.

Vision Spectra
Spring 2023

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