JAI's FS-1600D-10GE is a 2-CMOS multispectral prism camera providing simultaneous images of different spectral bands in a single camera - a visible color channel from 400-670 nm and a near infrared (NIR) channel from 740-1000 nm. This makes it possible to simultaneously inspect surface properties and sub-surface defects. A backwards-compatible 10 GigE interface provides exceptional speed and networking flexibility.
The visible light channel outputs RGB or Bayer color images spanning the wavelengths visible to the human eye. The NIR channel, on the other hand, “sees” below the surface of organic and other materials to detect imperfections the human eye cannot see.
JAI’s prism technology ensures perfect two-channel alignment, allowing users to replace multiple inspection stations with a single setup, providing both ease of use and lower equipment and maintenance costs.
Separate exposure control for each channel allows the channels to be adjusted to one another without changes in the gain – maintaining a consistent signal-to-noise ratio at all times.
2 Bands Visible + NIR
1440 x 1080
10 Gbps GigE Vision
3.45 x 3.45 µm
5 x 3.7 mm
62 x 62 x 86.5 mm
-5°C to +45°C
The Fusion Series cameras are the perfect starting point for a wide range of machine vision applications.
The color, size, shape and damage nuts and almonds can be inspected using the RGB channel, while foreign objects (including olive pits) are more clearly seen with the NIR channel
Inspection of stuffed PCB boards including traces, solder, component placement/alignment, shorting, and other items where color and NIR inspection is important.
Color inspection of magazines and pharmaceutical packaging as well as currency inspection looking at color correctness, water marks and security features woven into bank notes.
Surface inspection of flat panels/displays looking for scratches and defective screen pixels.
Precision agriculture or intelligent farming has seen an exponential growth in the recent years. Removal of weeds or wild plants is of growing importance in intelligent farming.
Fruit and vegetable inspection simultaneous looking at colors, ripeness, damages, signs of rot under skin, as well as detecting foreign objects (e.g. stones, metal pieces etc.)