Friday, 12 December 2014

Smart Thermal Cameras


There are many reasons to choose thermal cameras for mainstream, outdoor security applications. As prices fall and capabilities increase, new applications are emerging that leverage the advantages offered by thermal technology for securing outdoor assets. The result is a market tipping point for Thermal Cameras and an opportunity to use the best detection technology available for costs that meet or beat less-effective approaches.

A Technological Breakthrough

Smart Thermal Cameras have always been a good choice for security applications used during the night because they are able to “see in the dark,” protecting areas where lighting is unavailable or too costly to deploy. When combined with video analytics, Smart thermal cameras offer real-time, pre-emptive security with instant notification of security violations. Recent advancements in the sensitivity of thermal imagers, combined with sophisticated image processing, make thermal cameras an accurate, 24-hour solution. Thermal Cameras now present clear thermal images regardless of rain, humidity, fog or sun, delivering detail instead of blurrier images once associated with black-and-white technology. Cameras use a high degree of on-board video processing to emphasize small temperature variations between objects and the background to exaggerate the fine details in contrast to other image features.


Smart Thermal Camera a New Option for Theft Prevention

In the past, thermal cameras were typically deployed to protect large, critical infrastructure applications in which a disruption in operations would have serious economic impact. However, as smart, thermal cameras with on-board video analytics, the technology now makes sense in less missioncritical environments. In fact, one of the most fundamentally security function, theft prevention, can now be addressed economically using the same sophisticated thermal camera solutions. Applications range from copper theft at electric substations, securing equipment at maintenance yards, protecting car parking lots, securing the millions of oil and gas well heads in use and other areas where theft prevention remains a key objective.

The prior approach for these applications has been to use a “blind” sensor, such as coax on the fence that acts as an intrusion detector, which required augmentation by a camera to determine the cause of the alert. These systems were not fully effective due to the sensors generating many nuisance alerts, and they were costly because they involved the use of two separate systems: a sensor system and a video system. Thermal detection cameras offer a functional advantage over these traditional solutions because thermal cameras simultaneously detect and “see” an alarm event 24-hours per day, providing instantaneous validation for prompt action.

The result is a viable, single-technology solution that reduces costs for securing and monitoring assets and facilities around the clock.
 

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Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.

We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.

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Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd

Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex,
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur
400071 Mumbai, India
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
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E-mail: info@mvrpl.com
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Friday, 28 November 2014

Imaging Lens:- Introduction to Modulation Transfer Function



When optical designers attempt to compare the performance of optical systems, a commonly used measure is the modulation transfer function (MTF). MTF is used for components as simple as a spherical singlet lens to those as complex as a multi-element telecentric Edmund Optics imaging lens assembly. In order to understand the significance of MTF, consider some general principles and practical examples for defining MTF including its components, importance, and characterization.

THE COMPONENTS OF MTF

To properly define the modulation transfer function, it is necessary to first define two terms required to truly characterize image performance: resolution and contrast.

Resolution of Imaging Lens

Resolution is an imaging system's ability to distinguish object detail. It is often expressed in terms of line-pairs per millimeter (where a line-pair is a sequence of one black line and one white line). This measure of line-pairs per millimeter (lp/mm) is also known as frequency. The inverse of the frequency yields the spacing in millimeters between two resolved lines. Bar targets with a series of equally spaced, alternating white and black bars (i.e. a 1951 USAF target or a Ronchi ruling) are ideal for testing system performance. For a more detailed explanation of test targets, view Choosing the Correct Test Target. For all imaging optics, when imaging such a pattern, perfect line edges become blurred to a degree (Figure 1). High-resolution images are those which exhibit a large amount of detail as a result of minimal blurring. Conversely, low-resolution images lack fine detail.


A practical way of understanding line-pairs is to think of them as pixels on a camera sensor, where a single line-pair corresponds to two pixels (Figure 2). Two camera sensor pixels are needed for each line-pair of resolution: one pixel is dedicated to the red line and the other to the blank space between pixels. Using the aforementioned metaphor, image resolution of the camera can now be specified as equal to twice its pixel size.




Correspondingly, object resolution is calculated using the camera resolution and the primary magnification (PMAG) of the imaging lens (Equations 1 – 2). It is important to note that these equations assume the imaging lens contributes no resolution loss.




Contrast/Modulation

Consider normalizing the intensity of a bar target by assigning a maximum value to the white bars and zero value to the black bars. Plotting these values results in a square wave, from which the notion of contrast can be more easily seen (Figure 3). Mathematically, contrast is calculated with Equation 3:




When this same principle is applied to the imaging example in Figure 1, the intensity pattern before and after 
imaging can be seen (Figure 4). Contrast or modulation can then be defined as how faithfully the minimum and maximum intensity values are transferred from object plane to image plane.
To understand the relation between contrast and image quality, consider an imaging lens with the same resolution as the one in Figure 1 and Figure 4, but used to image an object with a greater line-pair frequency. Figure 5 illustrates that as the spatial frequency of the lines increases, the contrast of the image decreases. This effect is always present when working with imaging lenses of the same resolution. For the image to appear defined, black must be truly black and white truly white, with a minimal amount of grayscale between.

In imaging applications, the imaging lens, camera sensor, and illumination play key roles in determining the resulting image contrast. The lens contrast is typically defined in terms of the percentage of the object contrast that is reproduced. The sensor's ability to reproduce contrast is usually specified in terms of decibels (dB) in analog cameras and bits in digital cameras.



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Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.

We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.

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Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex,
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur
400071 Mumbai, India
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Thursday, 13 November 2014

11 Best Practices for Better Imaging with Edmund Optics



11 Best Practices for Better Imaging with Edmund Optics


Whether your application is in machine vision, the life sciences, security, or traffic solutions, understanding the fundamentals of imaging technology significantly eases the development and deployment of sophisticated imaging systems. While advancements in sensor and illumination technologies suggest limitless system capabilities, there are physical limitations in the design and manufacture of these technologies. Optical components are not an exception to such limitations, and optics can often be the limiting factor in a system’s performance. The content provided in this guide is designed to help you specify an imaging system, maximize your system’s performance, and minimize cost.

We have compiled a number of best practices for creating sophisticated, cost-effective imaging systems that are applicable for most applications. While the following list is nearly exhaustive and should be considered when designing any imaging system, every application is unique and additional considerations may be required.

Edmund Optics Best Practice #1: Bigger, in many cases, is better. Allow ample room for the imaging system.

Understanding a system’s space requirements before building is especially true for high resolution and high magnification requirements. While recent advancements in consumer camera technology have yielded strong results in a small package, they still do not approach the capabilities required for even intermediate-level industrial imaging systems – partially because of their size limitations. Many applications can require complex light geometries, large diameter and long length lenses, and large cameras, in addition to the cabling and power sources required to operate some of the equipment. Avoid having to make sacrifices to system performance just because the system’s space requirements were not considered. It is often advantageous to specify the vision portion of a system first, as it is typically easier to arrange the electronics and mechanics around the vision portion rather than the other way around. It is also important to remember that the illumination scheme is part of the vision system, and the geometry of the object under inspection can often necessitate the use of a large light source such as a diffuse dome (see EO Best Practice #4).

Edmund Optics Best Practice #2: Don’t believe your eyes.

The human eye and brain work together to form an extremely advanced imaging and analysis system that is capable of filling in information that is not necessarily there. Additionally, humans see and process contrast differently than imaging systems. Software analysis should be used to ensure image quality and performance requirements are met. Images that look good to a human viewer may not be usable with an algorithm.

Edmund Optics Best Practice #3: Danger! Don’t get to close.

Due to the constraints of physics, attempting to look at fields of view that are too large relative to a lens’s working distance places excessive demands on the design of the optical component and can decrease system performance. It is recommended that a working distance of two to four times the desired field view be used to maximize performance while minimizing cost. Remember EO Best Practice #1 and consider the imaging system’s space requirement before building the system.
This practice also applies to the relationship between sensor size and focal length. It is best to have focal length to sensor diagonal ratios of two to four to maximize performance.



Best Practice #1 and #3:

If a 100mm field of view is required, it is recommended that the system’s working distance be 200 - 400mm. It may be possible that the system’s performance requirements can be met at WD to FOV ratios approaching or exceeding 1 to 1, however, potentially significant cost and performance tradeoffs may be necessary.
Both lenses in Figure 1a and Figure 1b are imaging the same field of view onto the same sensor, but the lens in 1a has a working distance of half of its field of view, while the lens in 1b has a working distance of 3X its field of view. The light passes through the lens in a at extreme angles and the light on the edges of the field of view (magenta/red) have a much longer distance to travel than the light in the center of the field of view (blue). In contrast, the lens in 1b achieves the same field of view at shallower angles with a smaller path length difference. As a result, the lens in 1b features a much less complex lens design and provides superior performance at a lower cost.

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Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.

We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.

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Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex,

Sion Trombay Road, Chembur
400071 Mumbai, India
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Monday, 13 October 2014

Industrial High Speed Cameras

Mikrotron High Speed Cameras vendor in India

A high-speed camera is a device used for recording fast-moving objects as a photographic image(s) onto a storage medium. After recording, the images stored on the medium can be played back in slow-motion. Early high-speed cameras used film to record the high-speed events.

High Speed Cameras is Used in Various Places. Some of the Uses of High Speed Cameras are


Uses in Television
  • The show Mythbusters prominently uses high-speed cameras for measuring speed or height.
  • Time Warp was centered around the use of high-speed cameras to slow things down that are usually too fast to see with the naked eye.
  • High-speed cameras are frequently used in television productions of many major sporting events for slow motion instant replays when normal slow motion is not slow enough, such as international Cricket matches.
  • High Speed Cameras are also Used to Shoot Action Sequels in Movies. This High Speed Cameras are Used in Sherlock Holmes and Many More Movies.

Uses in Science

High-speed cameras are frequently used in science in order to characterize events which happen too fast for traditional film speeds. Biomechanics employs such cameras to capture high-speed animal movements, such as jumping in frogs and insects, suction feeding in fish, the strikes of mantis shrimp, or the aerodynamic study of pigeons helicopter like movements using motion analysis of the resulting sequences from one or more cameras to characterize the motion in either 2-D or 3-D.


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About MVRPL

Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.

We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.

To know more about Computar CCTV lenses, contact us at:

Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd
Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex, 

Sion Trombay Road, Chembur

400071 Mumbai, India 
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158 
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
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E-mail: info@mvrpl.com
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Thursday, 2 October 2014

FireWire Camera Allied Vision Technologies Products



Allied Vision Technologies is one of the world leading manufacturers of high-performance digital cameras for industrial image processing. AVT offers a wide range of machine vision cameras with digital interfaces for industrial inspection, automation, medical imaging, scientific research, traffic monitoring, security, and many other demanding applications. Our high-quality FireWire cameras, Gigabit Ethernet cameras, and Camera Link cameras offer high image quality, outstanding reliability and a very high value for money both in the visible and non-visible spectrum (infrared).

Allied Vision Technologies offers a wide range of machine vision cameras with FireWire and Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) interface. AVT is the supplier of choice for cameras used for industrial inspection, automation, medical imaging, scientific research, traffic monitoring, security and many other demanding applications.

MVRPL (Menzel Vision and Robotics Pvt. Ltd) is a leading FireWire Camera Dealer in Mumbai, India. We have variety of Allied Vision Technologies FireWire cameras at Our Store.


Uses of FireWire Cameras In the domains of industry, medicine, astronomy, microscopy and science FireWire cameras are often used not for aesthetic, but rather for analytical purposes. FireWire cameras output uncompressed image data, without audio. FireWire cameras cameras are based on the protocol DCAM (IIDC) or on company specific protocols.

FireWire cameras are able to exchange data with any other FireWire device, as long as both devices use the same protocol (please cf. Structure / Interface). Depending upon the specific camera.

We have variety of Allied Vision Technologies FireWire Cameras they are:

  • Guppy Pro FireWire Camera
The Guppy PRO is the derivative of the successful Guppy family. Thanks to the extremely compact, robust metal housing, Guppy PRO cameras can easily be integrated into your system. The Guppy PRO family has an excellent price/performance ratio.
 

IEEE 1394b
Several models, VGA to 5 Megapixels
Sony CCD sensors, ON Semi CMOS sensor
Optocoupled 12-pin I/Os
Ultra-compact housing


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About MVRPl -


Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.


We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.


Monday, 15 September 2014

In-Sight Cognex Machine Vision System


Machine Vision System (MV) is the technology and methods used to provide imaging-based automatic inspection System and analysis for such applications as automatic inspection, process control, and robot guidance in industry. The scope of Machine Vision System is broad. Machine Vision is related to, though distinct from, computer vision.


At MVRPL (Menzel Vision and Robotics Pvt. Ltd.) we have Variety of Machine Vision Products which will be Useful in Inspection of your Products. Cognex Machine Vision System is Leading Machine Vision System Dealer in India. We have Cognex Machine Vision System Products. This Cognex Machine Vision Inspection System Can be Used by you. Learn More About Cognex In-Sight Machine Vision System.   


Cognex In-Sight vision systems are unmatched in their ability to inspect, identify and guide parts. These self-contained, industrial grade vision systems combine a library of advanced vision tools with high-speed image acquisition and processing. Best of all, configuring and deploying an In-Sight vision system has never been easier.


  • Simple-to-follow EasyBuilder configuration software helps users of all experience levels to quickly setup their entire In-Sight application—no programming or spreadsheet knowledge required.
  • The Cognex Connect suite of communications capabilities ensures that In-Sight vision systems easily integrate with any factory network or automation control system.
  • The VisionView operator display panel provides a "plug-and-go" visualization solution and operator interface for monitoring the runtime operation of any In-Sight vision system on the network, either as a stand-alone touchscreen display, VGA adapter, or software for PCs and HMIs.

About MVRPL


Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.

We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.

To Know more about Machine Vision System, Contact us at :


Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd

Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex, 
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur
400071 Mumbai, India 
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158 
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
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E-mail: info@mvrpl.com


Monday, 8 September 2014

Know About Machine Vision System and Products


Machine Vision System (MV) is the technology and methods used to provide imaging-based automatic inspection and analysis for such applications as automatic inspection, process control, and robot guidance in industry. The scope of Machine Vision System is broad. Machine Vision is related to, though distinct from, computer vision.

Applications of Machine Vision System

The primary uses for machine vision are automatic inspection and industrial robot guidance. Common machine vision applications include quality assurance, sorting, material handling, robot guidance, and optical gauging.

Some of the Applications of Machine Vision System are

1)For automatic PCB inspection.
2)For wood quality inspection
3)Final inspection of sub-assemblies
4)Engine part inspection
5)Label inspection on products
6)Checking medical devices for defects
7)Final inspection cells
8)Robot guidance and checking orientation of components
9)Packaging Inspection
10)Medical vial inspection
11)Food pack checks
12)Verifying engineered components

At MVRPL (Menzel Vision and Robotics Pvt. Ltd.) we have Variety of Machine Vision Products which will be Useful in Inspection of your Products. The Machine Vision System we have are 

Cognex Machine Vision System

Cognex Machine vision system are unmatched in their ability to inspect, identify and guide parts.

These self-contained, industrial grade vision systems combine a library of advanced vision tools with high-speed image acquisition and processing. Best of all, configuring and deploying an In-Sight vision system has never been easier.
  • Simple-to-follow EasyBuilder® configuration software helps users of all experience levels to quickly setup their entire
  • In-Sight application—no programming or spreadsheet knowledge required.
The Cognex Connect™ suite of communications capabilities ensures that In-Sight vision systems easily integrate with any factory network or automation control system.

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About MVRPL

Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.

We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.

To know more about Machine Vision System, Contact us at : 

Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd
Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex, 
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur
400071 Mumbai, India 
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158 
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
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Monday, 1 September 2014

Computar line of Megapixel Lenses



The Computar line of Megapixel Lenses is designed specifically for use with CCD Cameras and video equipment for machine vision applications such as image processing, automated inspection, identification, automated gauging, guiding, positioning and other factory automations. For close-up and macro applications, the MLHX10 and Telecentric lens (TEC-55) are designed.

Use only the best megapixel lenses to support your surveillance IP camera applications. We offer the complete line of Computar Megapixel Lenses to support both surveillance and industrial megapixel needs. A quality megapixel lens will ensure you are getting the highest quality images your camera can deliver.


About MVRPL

Video Surveillance, Machine Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Life Sciences, Defense, OEM, Computar CCTV lenses are employed extensively in high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries.

We are constantly engaged in researching the latest CCTV technology in order to meet the security challenges of today to ensure you a safe and secure future.

To know more about Computar CCTV lenses, contact us at:

Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd

Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex, 
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur
400071 Mumbai, India 
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158 
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
Mobile:+91 9323786005 / 9820143131
E-mail: info@mvrpl.com
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Monday, 25 August 2014

Transform Sony Block Cameras into GigE or USB 3.0 Cameras


Pleora’s plug-and play external frame grabbers provide a fast, economical and low-risk way for manufacturers to leverage the design, cost and performance benefits of Ethernet or USB 3.0 for a wide range of imaging systems, including medical, robotics and security applications.

The iPORT SB-GigE and SB-U3 transmit low latency video with the highest frame rates possible, along with power and control data, between a Sony block camera and existing ports on a PC or display panel over a more flexible, lower-cost Ethernet or USB 3.0 cable.

With Pleora’s external frame grabbers for Sony block cameras, designers can:

Reduce system complexity
Simplify cabling
Use a broader selection of smaller form factor and lower-power computing platforms, including laptops, embedded systems, and tablets.        
                
About PLEORA Technologies

Pleora offers a complete portfolio of Gigabit Ethernet (GigE)-based video interface products for integration into high-performance vision sytems that all work seamlessly together using the GigE Vision® and GenICam™ standards. 

Learn more about how Pleora can help you optimize the design and performance of vision systems by exploring our product lines below.

About Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt. Ltd.

Menzel is a company solely involved in catering to the growing imaging solution needs in India. South Asia & the South East Asia. Be it simple video inspection , machine vision or detailed image analysis, be it surface inspection for defects or quantification of microstructure measurement data, be it a research project or a production line, has an imaging solution for every application.

Ease of operation, fast, accurate result and a great price performance ratio and most importantly providing a solution that works for you from day one are the key factors that go into the integration of each of our imaging solution.

To know more about Frame Grabber Cards, Contact us at:

Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd
Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex, 
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur
400071 Mumbai, India 
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158 
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
Mobile:+91 9323786005 / 9820143131
E-mail: info@mvrpl.com
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Monday, 11 August 2014

Chromasens meets all your line scan needs, from lighting ... to the latest in spectral and 3D cameras. We are your best solution.

It is not complicated: One vendor is better.


Chromasens is the answer to all your line scan needs. Our full line of high-quality products are backed by a staff of vision system engineers and the industry's best customer service, all ready to assist in meeting your application requirements.

Save time and money, while improving integration by calling Chromasens first.

Chromasens all PIXA COLOR LINE SCAN CAMERAS

The allPIXA is our most powerful and versatile line scan camera. Previously unreached line frequencies of up to 110 kHz are possible with a CameraLink interface. Continuous white balancing during application ensures the most consistent color quality.

Chromasens High-Speed 3D Color Imaging

The 3D-PIXA stereo imaging system captures color and height information simultaneously with precision and speed. Tri-linear CCD line scan cameras provide frequencies up to 21 kHz and transport speeds of 630 mm/s for 30 μm lateral resolution. The system comes in two basic configurations (15μm and 30μm) with a choice of larger scan widths and higher speeds. 

Watch Video on Chromasens Line Scan Cameras 



Chromasens CORONA II Line Scan LED Light
The CORONA II LED line scan illuminator combines superior homogeneity
of light distribution with unprecedented illumination strength up to 3,000,000 lux, allowing line scan cameras to operate at far faster speeds than conventional models. Emitted LED light is focused leveraging the company's patented mirror technology to achieve optimal light shape and spectral homogeneity in the illumination focus range, resulting in no chromatic aberrations.


About Chromasens



Chromasens is your professional contact for industrial image capturing. We offer you a wide spectrum of line scan cameras, spectral cameras, illumination systems and specialized solutions for industrial applications.
In addition to standard components, Chromasens designs, develops and integrates customer­ specific solutions for a wide range of industries and applications.


About Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt. Ltd.

Menzel is a company solely involved in catering to the growing imaging solution needs in India. South Asia & the South East Asia. Be it simple video inspection , machine vision or detailed image analysis, be it surface inspection for defects or quantification of microstructure measurement data, be it a research project or a production line, has an imaging solution for every application.

Ease of operation, fast, accurate result and a great price performance ratio and most importantly providing a solution that works for you from day one are the key factors that go into the integration of each of our imaging solution.

To know more about chromasens line scan cameras, Contact us at::
Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd
Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex,
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur

400071 Mumbai, India
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
Mobile:+91 9323786005 / 9820143131
E-mail: info@mvrpl.com

Monday, 14 July 2014

Frame Grabber Cards

Frame Grabber Cards - VCE-CLPCIe03

Simultaneous acquisition from two base cameras or one medium camera using intelligent DMA for fast, efficient use of the Express Card bandwidth with a flow-through pipelined architecture for low latency.

The IMPERX VCE-CLPCIe03 is a professional level PCI Express frame grabber cards that enables users to view and store in real time megapixel images from any Camera Link® source onto desktop computers. The VCE-CLPCIe03 is capable of capturing single or multiple frames and standard AVI clips from any base or medium Camera Link® compliant video source. Each captured frame can be stamped with a user message along with the date and time of capture. The VCE-CLPCIe03 comes with easy to use camera configuration software for fast integration of the frame grabber into demanding machine vision environments.

Features :
  •     Supports Windows XP® / Windows Vista® / Windows 7®
  •     Supports 32-bit and 64-bit Windows OS
  •     Supports two independent base or one medium Camera Link® interface
  •     PCIe x1 compliant providing 2.5 Gbps of bandwidth
  •     Intelligent scatter/gather DMA for fast, efficient use of PCIe bandwidth and system memory
  •     Flow-through pipeline architecture for low latency
  •     Built in CC pulse generators
  •     Many advanced features including look up tables, histograms, RGB gain/offset with auto-white balance, hex pixel dump, etc.
  •     Bayer pattern interpolation
  •     Unique 'auto-learn' feature automatically recognizes camera parameters and simplifies CAM file creation
  •     Backwards compatible with FrameLink (PCMCIA) software
  •     Full software suite including drivers, SDK and application
  •     Fully compliant with the Power over Camera Link® (PoCL) and Safe Power specifications
  •     Built in comprehensive programmable logic controller (PLC)
  •     Includes 4 external inputs each configurable as TTL, LVDS or Opto-coupled
  •     Includes 4 general outputs each configurable as TTL, LVDS, Opto-coupled or Open Collector
About Imperx

IMPERX designs and manufactures high performance cameras, frame grabber cards and industrial imaging systems used in the machine vision, medical, military, surveillance and automation markets. Our multi-service brand is recognized for superior performance, reliability, accuracy, and cutting-edge design. Headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, with offices and distributors worldwide, IMPERX is registered to the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Standard and the Environmental Management System Standard ISO 14001:2004. IMPERX is registered with DDTC.

Imperx is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance, high quality imaging products for Enterprises, OEMs, System Integrators, government organizations and other institutions to meet the demands of a wide range of industrial, commercial, scientific and government imaging applications.

We provide both standard and custom imaging products to help our customers find the best fit and most efficient solution to their applications. Our products are designed and built to satisfy the most demanding imaging requirements, to facilitate in-system integration, and to exceed customer expectations for product performance, quality, reliability, delivery, and support.

To know more about Frame Grabber Cards, Contact us at:


Menzel Vision & Robotics Pvt Ltd
Address: 4, A-Wing, Bezzola Complex,
Sion Trombay Road, Chembur

400071 Mumbai, India
Tel:(+91) 22 67993158
Fax: (+91) 22 67993159
Mobile:+91 9323786005 / 9820143131
E-mail: info@mvrpl.com