Scitech introduces a new 5.1MP polarisation machine vision camera by
Pixilink, based on the Sony IMX250MZR image sensor. Offering broader visual
detection and characterisation of material properties as well as improved
performance over conventional sensors, the PL-D755MU-POL polarisation camera is
ideal for inspection of high reflection or low contrast surfaces in
applications such as parts inspection, strength/stress testing, scratch
inspection and biometrics.
Sony’s IMX250MZR 3rd generation Pregius CMOS global shutter sensor in
the new polarisation machine vision cameras features an innovative pixel-level
quad polarisation filter technology, where four polariser positions, one per
pixel, are angled at 0¡, 45¡, 90¡ and 135¡ to enable greater detection of both
the amount and angles of polarised light across an image. This allows on-camera
calculation of the angle, degree and strength of the polarisation.
The monochrome camera offers 53 fps, 2/3″ sensor size, USB 3.0
interface with a global shutter for industrial applications.
Pixilink’s new PL-D755MU-POL polarisation cameras have the capability to
filter unwanted reflections and reduce glare, allowing imaging of previously
undetectable defects such as scratches or stress on transparent, reflective or
low contrast surfaces.
For more information, please visit the Scitech website www.scitech.com.au or call (03) 9480 4999.