Camera lenses and video lenses attach to video cameras for use in machine vision, quality monitoring, security, and remote monitoring for industrial and commercial operations. This search form does not cover consumer video camera lenses.
Low light cameras are a type of video camera with extreme photon sensitivity, and are excellent for recording in situations where only ambient levels of light are available. Common deployments include overnight surveillance and remote machine monitoring.
CID (charge injection devices) cameras are a type of video camera employing image sensors that retain registered visible light until the sensor's pixels are ground, or 'injected', into a substrate. This makes them functionally different than other more common digital cameras. CID cameras mainly find service in industrial and scientific applications.
Vision sensors are industrial products that automate decisions and processes by the use of video cameras linked to application-specific software on a user interface. These are also known as machine vision systems, and are useful for measurement, pass/fail decisions, and inspection.
Image intensifiers are devices used in low light cameras to enhance image capturing capabilities when only ambient light sources are available. This is done mainly by proportionately increasing the number of electrons during the photon to electron conversion. Image intensifiers are commonly used to assist in the visual imaging of X-rays, gamma rays and infrared light.
Digital and video microscopes are instruments that use digital technology to magnify images of objects. They include built-in cameras and a series of high-powered lenses that provide superior image quality and resolution.
...of the actual devices appear like slightly oversized video cameras, while others appear a bit bulkier. They have been getting smaller since the introduction of Focal Plane Array (FPA) detectors. The specific uses of the imagers are widespread. Several major...
...wheels include microscopes, cameras, and video systems. Filter wheels are also used in machine vision and part inspection and research. Machine vision applications that use filter wheels include fluorescent microscopy, spectrophotometry, photometry...
...lengths are associated with the greater magnification of distant objects. Typically, zoom lenses are used with still, video, and motion picture cameras; video, movie, and slide projectors; some types of binoculars, microscopes, telescopes...
Videoscopes are equipped with a CCD chip and focusable lens assembly that relays images from bores and cavities to a display. The camera is embedded in the tip of the scope and uses CCD technology rather than optical relay components (borescopes) or fiber optics (fiberscopes).
Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors operate at lower voltages than CCDs, reducing power consumption for portable applications. Analog and digital processing functions can be integrated readily onto the CMOS chip, reducing system package size and overall cost.
Biosensors, microarrays, biochips and lab-on-chip (LOC) products are microscale devices for biological, biochemical and chemical arrays. They consist of microfluidic channels and a biodetector or microsensor arrays.
...perform a few techniques at one time. Image Credit: Renishaw. Research - Research microscopes are large, weighing in the range of 30Kg to 50 Kg. This mass is composed of complex optical, mechanical, and electronic systems. They may use multiple cameras...
Chipsets are single chips that provide many of the functions of a motherboard. Generally, they integrate the clock generator, bus controllers, system timer, interrupt controller, DMA controller, CMOS/RAM clock, and keyboard controller functions.