Method of acquisition.
Cameras are the image acquisition element that emulates the human optical system in an machine vision application.
They capture the images for further processing in the system.
The matrix cameras integrate a square or rectangular image capture sensor formed by an X,Y matrix.
Acquisition devices with CCD and CMOS sensors up to 86MPx.
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Linear cameras make a composition of the image by means of multiple linear captures. They integrate a sensor of one (or a few) lines.
Its advantages are that it allows to reach speeds of several hundred KHz, to obtain a higher resolution in the final image and, above all, to facilitate the lighting system for large fields of vision and continuous acquisition.
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They integrate all the hardware required for a stand-alone machine vision application. Unlike programmable smart cameras, they do not include a graphical flow-chart configuration environment.
They also integrate powerful development libraries in languages such as C+++ or C#, or integration with advanced libraries such as MVTec Halcon or Matrox MIL.
Its cost is lower than configurable smart cameras and an ideal solution for serialization of the solution.
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These cameras, in addition to integrating all the necessary hardware for a stand-alone vision application, incorporate easy-to-use and easy-to-understand graphical environment software (GUI) with basic documentation or training.
The little brother of the configurable cameras.
They offer a configuration wizard for specific tasks, such as measurement or pattern location.
Its power is limited to the task at hand, and it is therefore a low cost solution for those applications that are not as demanding.
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Aside from generic camera classifications, there are hundreds of specialized devices developed just to address that critical need you've needed to cover for so long.
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Cameras with CCD and CMOS sensors up to 86MPx. Maybe we should say Super High Resolution!?
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Acquisition equipment with fast data transfer and intelligent processing.
This segment covers from cameras for PCB integration with I2C type interfaces, to intelligent cameras without encapsulation but with all the necessary features for their integration.
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These cameras integrate a digital control of a 4/3 micro lens.
They provide a number of essential advantages when our application requires a greater depth of field, with a zoom control or a quick focus.
Unlike motorized lenses, the repeatability is infinitely better, and its control is fully automated and integrated into its SDK's. Wow, like someone who changes the sensor gain!
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Unlike compact 3D devices, 3D cameras are elements that allow for greater versatility in the development of solutions.
They offer a high speed image acquisition to obtain 3D information on the PC, or are based on FPGAs or GPUs, integrating data processing algorithms to obtain 3D information on the same camera.
Cameras according to their spectral response
We're not just what we see!
The electromagnetic spectrum provides us with an amount of information of great value not only in the visible spectrum, which is perceptible to the human eye, and is used in machine vision, from microwaves to X-rays.
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The band of the Infrared spectrum is a much wider band than the visible one, and with it you get different information depending on the wavelength where you work.
Conventional monochrome cameras with an increased sensitivity can capture NIR information.
Between 750 and 1400nm.
Short Wave Infrared.
Other materials in the sensors, other than silicon, are already needed for data capture, such as InGaAs.
Wavelengths between 1.4 and 3um.
Medium Wave Infrared.
They provide very extensive information and are used in applications such as gas analysis.
Wavelengths between 3 and 8um.
Long Wave Infrared.
Microbolometer sensors are used to capture this radiation, and are precisely calibrated with black bodies for accurate temperature measurement.
Wavelengths between 8 and 15um.
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Work with the specific camera that operates on a very specific band of the spectrum, or perhaps with the one that performs a combination of them, or the one that captures all the information in multiple bands?
It can be the differential element to make our application successful!
UV cameras integrate sensors with special sensitivity in the ultraviolet spectrum.
They have an extended response in the short wavelength, less than 400nm.
This band is extremely useful in the detection of textures on object surfaces or used in material classification applications.
The capture of information from different spectrum bands is possible thanks to these technologies. Cameras that allow us to capture information from multiple spectrum bands, whether based on multiple sensors, diffraction prisms or sensors with integrated filters.
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Hyperspectral cameras allow to obtain a complete information of a band of the spectrum, without gaps between the bands. Their information is corrected to isolate the corresponding information of each band.
They deliver information ready to generate hypercubes or apply Chemical Color Image correction algorithms.