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High-sensitivity near-infrared camera 08/12/2011
Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company has recently introduced the Piranha HS NIR 8k camera. Features of this latest offering are said to include improved sensitivity in near-infrared (NIR) wavelengths and time delay and integration (TDI) technology. Full Story...

Enhanced Camera Link and GigE Vision-compliant dual line scan cameras 28/11/2011
Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company, has optimised the performance and improved functionality of its Spyder3 Camera Link and GigE Vision-compliant dual line scan cameras. Full Story...

Stemmer lets Sherlock in 17/08/2010
Stemmer has provided access to imaging tools in its Common Vision Blox (CVB) imaging toolkit through DALSA’s advanced Sherlock imaging software. The combination brings tools such as CVB’s Manto, Minos and GigE Server to a ‘point and click’ platform that can be readily used by non-programmers. Full Story...

Dalsa's Boa smart camera brings colour to end-user machine vision applications 29/01/2010
Dalsa, provider of machine vision technology, offers colour processing for its Boa vision system, Dalsa's highly integrated smart camera. Supported with a full suite of vision tools, the new colour version of the Boa sets a new cost/performance standard for colour enhanced smart camera solutions. Full Story...

GigE Version of Spyder 3 Colour Line Scan Camera 17/03/2009
The recently announced Spyder3 Colour linescan camera from DALSA can be seen on the STEMMER IMAGING stand, 626, at VTX. The Spyder3 Colour camera is based on the highly successful Spyder3 monochrome models. Full Story...

Network centric vision systems 30/11/2008
Recently introduced standards in the machine vision world make it easier to connect high-speed cameras with control systems to provide more accurate timing. Full Story...

Choosing a machine control architecture 30/11/2008
The best system may be like this one—it combines decentralised I/O with the advantages of centralised application engineering. Full Story...