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  • AccuSentry

    Manufactures the ASI 2000 Area Camera that is able to capture consistent images of fast moving products of inspection systems on high speed production lines. The features of this camera enable capturing the best images possible for analysis. The ASI 2000 uses a light sensitive and high resolution CCD to acquire images.

  • Machine Vision Plus

    Machine Vision Plus manufactures and supplies a wide variety of industrial machine vision systems, hardware and software integrated machine vision systems and industrial vision systems. Offers a variety of machine vision cameras such as Fire Wire Camera and Gige Vision Camera.

  • Teledyne DALSA Inc.

    DALSA offers CMOS and CCD cameras that include Area Scan and Line Scan types.

  • Graftek Imaging, Inc.

    Graftek offers machine vision cameras with sensitivities suited for color imaging,monochrome imaging, and imaging beyond the visible spectrum with UV, IR and X-rays, as well as 2 and 3-CCD cameras. Cameras interface with IEEE-1394a, IEEE-1394b, GigE and Camera Link standards, making it convenient to acquire images.

  • SICK, Inc.

    Manufacturer of machine vision camera products including the 3D Smart Camera that combines the flexibility of Smart Cameras and the power of high-speed 3D in a robust industrial package. As well as the IVC-2D, that brings a new level of sensor intelligence to flexible automation solutions.

  • Aegis Electronic Group, Inc

    Aegis Electronic Group, Inc. offers a full range of vision equipment to satisfy all machine-vision applications including PCB board and semiconductor inspection, and SMT dispensing. Aegis offers  analog and digital camera solutions.

  • Cohu Electronics

    manufacturer of a wide selection of video cameras and related products. Applications include microbiology, laser research, computer-aided design, radiography, fluoroscopy, machine vision, and image processing. Cohu has video cameras with up to 4 Megapixel resolution, with region-of-interest scans for high speed operation.

  • Edmund Optics Inc.

    Edmund Optics is a producer of imaging, optics and photonics technology. Supporting the electronics, R&D, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, biomedical and military markets, their products are used in applications from DNA sequencing to high-speed factory automation to retinal eye scanning.

  • Leuze Electronic, Inc.

    Leuze Electronic manufactures machine vision system cameras for fast production line integration, complete image processing in compact housing, several software modules, for static and moving objects.

  • Sensor Technologies America

    Industrial camera manufacturer that offers a selection of machine vision cameras including digital cameras, interlace cameras and progressive scan cameras.

  • Soliton

    Soliton designs and manufactures machine vision cameras, smart cameras and DSP based image processing systems. Machine vision cameras and image processing software can be used in a variety of industry applications to enhance quality and productivity, automate the inspection of manufactured products, identify and remove defective parts or contaminants and perform high speed dimensioning.

  • Toshiba

    Toshiba manufactures the Toshiba IK-TF7, combining non-interlaced Progressive Scan imaging with compact dimensions in a wide range of applications.

  • FSi Technologies

    FSI Express offers machine vision components including machine vision cameras and lighting, and also smart cameras that feature compact design and are available for a variety of applications.

  • Keyence Corp. of America

    Keyence offers fourteen different camera types in the CV-5000 Series to support a wide range of inspection tasks.

  • A.E.S.

    AES provides scientific and industrial cameras for machine vision applications. CCD camera models range from ruggedized standard resolution industrial cameras to ultra-high resolution, high bit depth CCD cameras. CCD cameras suitable for video security are also available.

  • IVS

    IVS machine vision cameras provide state-of-the-art digital technology, offering precise signal processing and best image quality combined with a compact robust design and extensive functionality to provide plug and play capability out of the box. Cameras come in a range of specifications to suit any application. From entry-level low cost solutions to high performance, high resolution requirements.

  • Microscan

    Manufacturer of the Visionscape Smart Camera series that combines a compact form factor with the broad applicability, versatility and proven performance of Visionscape software. Designed for many applications, the Visionscape Smart Camera offers manufacturers the ability to monitor control processes, quality or trace and identify parts on production lines.

  • National Instruments Corp.

    Manufacturer of the family of NI Smart Cameras with VGA (640 x 480 pixels) and SXGA (1280 x 1024 pixels) resolutions, as well as models that contain a DSP coprocessor that gives optimal performance for common algorithms including edge detection and code reading. NI Smart Cameras work with the entire suite of vision algorithms available in the NI vision software platform.

  • PPT Vision

    PPT Vision offers high-speed intelligent cameras with all the features of a full-scale machine vision system. Available in seventeen different models and a variety of pixel resolutions, IMPACT product covers a wide range of performance and price point requirements.

  • Image Labs International

    Image Labs International provides machine vision solutions systems and components such as cameras, lens, and complete turn key solutions.