Industrial Camera Technologies
The most powerful driving force that enables Vieworks to become a leading developer and manufacturer
of the most customer-satisfactory imaging systems is its core technologies such as optics, mechanics,
electronics and software. The strength of Vieworks lies in its capability of all-in-house design and
quality control based upon its possession in all these core technologies in house.
TDI, Time Delayed Integration, line scan cameras are used for application which require higher sensitivity. It uses multiple line scan stages up to provide up to 256 times higher sensitivity while a standard line scan camera scans only one time. However, they also have some disadvantages because of the conventional sensor structure's limit.
To improve TDI line scanning performance, Vieworks has developed hybrid TDI line scan sensor. The Hybrid TDI sensor with CCD pixel structure implemented by using CMOS technology allows ultra-high-speed image captures with up to 256 times greater sensitivity. It is the first concept of TDI line scan sensor and Vieworks named it VTDI (Vieworks TDI)
The industry requires industrial cameras to have the higher resolution and the higher speed. As to meet such demands, Vieworks introduces
the world’s highest resolution area scan machine vision camera.
Pixel shifting technology allows a camera to acquire ultra high resolution beyond the sensor’s physical limitation. With pixel shifting cameras, not only you can use for
the applications where extremely high resolution is required but also save the costs from not buying multiple cameras. When choosing pixel shifting cameras, reliability
of the system is crucial because the stage where the image sensor is mounted on has to move precisely by ½ or ⅓ of a pixel even after using million times.
Temperature is one of the most important factors of camera performance because the hotter sensor gets, the larger noises you will get.
Therefore having a good heat flow camera structure is important to avoid the detriment of cameras' performance.
Thermoelectric (TEC) cooling technology uses the Peltier effect to lower the temperature, reducing noises on extended exposure times.
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