HanVision Releases HVSOLO Digital Line Scan Cameras

June 24, 2002
Los Altos, CA, June 20, 2002 -- HanVision Co., Ltd. of Daejeon, Korea, has released its full line of high-performance, 10-bit digital line scan cameras, the HVSOLO series. Offering seven pixel array lengths, three output tap arrangements and two pixel sizes, the HVSOLO camera line includes 15 models to meet almost any requirement for resolution, speed and dynamic range

Los Altos, CA, June 20, 2002 -- HanVision Co., Ltd. of Daejeon, Korea, has released its full line of high-performance, 10-bit digital line scan cameras, the HVSOLO series. Offering seven pixel array lengths, three output tap arrangements and two pixel sizes, the HVSOLO camera line includes 15 models to meet almost any requirement for resolution, speed and dynamic range. Total pixel data rates are 40 to 80 MHz depending on the number of pixels and taps.

Models with sensors from 512 to 3072 pixels long have 14mm square pixels while the pixels in longer arrays are 7mm square. A rugged mechanical design and precisely mounted sensors assure accurate, stable optical alignment. To compensate for nonuniformities due to the sensor, optics or lighting, all models include a real-time digital radiometric correction function that may be calibrated at any time.

HVSOLO cameras are supplied with the HanVision Camera Control Tool (HCCT), a Windows-based software package providing interactive user control of all camera functions. All models can be supplied with either parallel LVDS or serial CameraLink interfaces. The cameras operate from 15 VDC power.

The HVSOLO series line scan cameras are ideal for acquisition of high-resolution images where the object to be scanned is in continuous linear motion. These cameras produce digital images of moving objects - parts on a conveyor, continuous webs or documents on a feeder - without the need for strobed illumination or complex image tiling.

For more information, visit www.pacificphotonics.com.

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