Machine-Vision Camera

Aug. 4, 2005
The TM-250/260NIR machine-vision camera features an interline transfer 0.5-in. CCD imager with sensitivity in both visible and near-infrared spectrums.

Resolutions are 768 494 (EIA) and 752 582 (CCIR), and shutter speeds range from 1 /60 to 1 /29,000 sec. The camera's short length lets it fit into shallow spaces, even when using normal-size connectors. DIP switches on the back panel change between different modes. The camera also has edge preselect, and reset-restart.

Jai Pulnix Inc.
1330 Orleans Dr.
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
(800) 445-5444

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