Teledyne’s New SWIR Line Scan Camera Enables Defect Detection Beyond the Visible

The first SWIR line scan camera from Teledyne DALSA offers up to 74 dB dynamic range and spectral response from 950 to 1700 nm.

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Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and global leader in machine vision technology, is pleased to announce its first short-wave infrared (SWIR) line scan camera for machine vision. The new Linea SWIR features a cutting-edge InGaAs sensor in a compact package suitable for a variety of applications including food and packaged good inspection, recycling, mineral sorting, and solar and silicon wafer inspection.

With exceptional responsivity and low noise, this newest Linea SWIR line scan camera allows customers to see their products in a new light. Linea SWIR is a 1k resolution camera with highly responsive 12.5 µm pixels, 40 kHz line rate, cycling mode, programmable I/Os, power over Ethernet, precision time protocol, and more.

“The new Linea SWIR will help customers greatly improve the quality of their output,” said Mike Grodzki, Product Manager for the new Linea SWIR. “With the ability to differentiate materials and detect moisture, Linea SWIR will allow customers to more easily identify foreign contaminants in their product stream. And its capacity to image beyond the visible spectrum makes the camera ideal for applications such as food sorting, solar wafer inspection, and consumer packaged goods inspection.” 

Key Features:

  • High responsivity low noise 1k sensor;
  • GigE interface;
  • High dynamic range and Cycling modes;
  • High dynamic range;
  • Programmable I/Os;
  • Selectable 8 or 12 bit output;
  • Flat field correction; and
  • Return on investment support

For more information about the Linea SWIR visit the website.

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