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Linescan Cameras With Shading Correction for Non-Homogeneous Lighting

Multipix Imaging : 12 July, 2010  (New Product)
The Basler Runner GigE Linescan camera from Multipix Imaging gains enhanced features enabling improved performance in variable indoor lighting conditions as encountered in factory environments
Linescan Cameras With Shading Correction for Non-Homogeneous Lighting
Multipix Imaging bring a new features set to the Basler Runner GigE Linescan series by adding Shading Correction, Multiplier, and Divider features. This release focuses on simpler and faster integration in different kinds of factory environments.

The new Shading Correction feature can be used to compensate for non-homogeneous lighting conditions. In the resulting homogeneous images, the application software can more easily and accurately detect defects.

The second improvement is in the Runner's input/output block. The frequency of an incoming trigger signal can be reduced by using the new Divider feature. The new Multiplier feature can increase the trigger signal frequency. To create the correct line acquisition rate for the camera, these I/O features offer different kinds of transformations for trigger and encoder signals from a conveyor belt. Both features can be implemented by simply determining the correct software parameters. They can be adjusted within a wide parameter range, and in order to accommodate the required line trigger frequency over the widest variety of applications, they can be used simultaneously.
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