Tomography and digital imaging NDT systems create 3D images of patients or products by capturing 2D cross-sectional images and applying mathematical or computed reconstruction techniques.

Focal Plane Arrays

(25 companies)
Focal plane arrays (FPA) are detectors consisting of a linear or two-dimensional matrix of individual detector elements, typically used at the focus of an imaging system.

Frame Grabbers

(123 companies)
Frame grabbers are image processing computer boards that capture and store image data for industrial applications such as quality control.

AC-DC Converter Chips

(31 companies)
AC to DC converter chips transfer an AC input into DC power using switching (MOSFET, IGBT) or rectification (diodes, Schottky diodes).

Rectifiers

(263 companies)
Rectifier diodes are designed for use in rectification circuits. Rectifiers are used to convert AC to DC.

Smart Cameras

(46 companies)
Smart cameras are stand-alone camera systems that contain an image sensor, integrated processor, and communication interface. They can be programmed for machine vision, security, and other imaging applications.

Scanning Software

(324 companies)
Scanning software is used with optical and document scanners or with other imaging equipment to digitize, create, edit and evaluate images.

Photographic Films

(26 companies)
Photographic films are plastic sheets used to capture images by exposing the layers of plastic to light for specific periods of time, depending on the quality. They consist of sheets of plastic coated with an emulsion that forms a latent image when exposed to light.

Video Displays

(328 companies)
Video monitors display video images from cameras and recorders, often using cathode ray tube (CRT) technology.

Digital Cameras

(73 companies)
Digital Cameras are cameras that take still photographs, and sometimes have limited video capabilities, by recording images on an electronic image sensor.

CCD Cameras

(546 companies)
CCD (couple-charged device) cameras are a type of image capture device that utilize an image sensor to register visible light as a recordable electronic signal to visually archive captured stills and video. Of the three types of digital cameras (the others being CMOS and CID), CCD cameras are the most developed and commonly used.

CMOS Cameras

(199 companies)
Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) cameras use image sensors that operate at lower voltages than charged coupled devices (CCDs), reducing power consumption for portable applications. Each CMOS active pixel sensor cell has its own buffer amplifier, and can be addressed and read individually.

UV Cameras

(24 companies)
UV cameras are video cameras that record images in ultraviolet radiation by the use of a UV-pass filter, a quartz lens, a CCD image sensor, and specialty illumination techniques.

Machine Vision Systems

(603 companies)
Machine vision systems are used for automated inspection and measurement in production environments. They are an integrated camera, image capture, processing, storage, analysis and control system for automated inspection and measurement...

Filter Wheels

(30 companies)
Filter wheels hold and position multiple filters for various imaging applications such as machine vision and spectrophotometry.