Stemmer Imaging will be showing an impressive range of new products at the VTX exhibition (stand 1530, Birmingham NEC, 27/28 April 2010). New products will be found on each of the company's exhibition displays, which cover machine vision, general cameras, high dynamic range imaging, high-speed imaging, illumination and thermal imaging.
The machine vision display will highlight the BOA range of smart cameras from DALSA with its small 44mm cube form factor and IP67-rated housing. New for VTX will be a colour version of the BOA that further extends the range of end-user applications. All versions of the BOA feature a full suite of vision tools based on the popular iNspect software that can be configured using a standard web browser.
New cameras on show will include three new families from AVT, together with the AVT Prosilica GX that doubles the speed of GigE vision using link aggregation technology - and is therefore claimed to be the fastest GigE Vision cameras in the world. Other new cameras include new models in the DALSA Genie series, and the tiny (22 x 24 x 24mm) IDS uEye XS that features an autofocus lens and 8 Mpixel resolution. New linescan cameras include the JAI LT-400CL - 3CMOS RGB linescan camera and the DALSA Spyder3 Colour with dual linescan technology.
High dynamic range cameras are growing in popularity and Stemmer Imaging will be showing the IDS uEye family of HDR industrial cameras offering a dynamic range of over 120dB along with the two-CCD JAI AD-081GE that offers independent control of shutter speed and/or gain for each channel. A dedicated display of high-speed cameras will include new additions to DALSA's Falcon range, along with Optronis cameras with frame rates up to 10,000fps.
Also new for VTX will be the Xenics Bobcat compact uncooled infrared camera. With an InGaAs detector for high sensitivity in the near-infrared spectrum, the Bobcat also features a embedded digital signal processor for intelligent real-time image processing - which is claimed to be unique. Stemmer Imaging's impressive line-up for VTX is completed with a new range of laser diode light sources from Z-Laser.