Fusion Series: Flex-Eye base model
JAI's FSFE-3200T-10GE model is a 3-CMOS multispectral prism camera design that you can customize to meet the needs of your application. It features three, prism-mounted 3.2-megapixel CMOS imagers that are aligned to a common optical path for perfect image registration regardless of motion or viewing angle.
The Flex-Eye concept lets you create your own custom version of this camera. You define the width and location for each of the camera's three wavebands, placing them all in the visible spectrum or in a combination of visible and NIR locations required to maximize the effectiveness of your vision system for multispectral inspection or analysis.
With Flex-Eye you can custom design your own multispectral camera, getting simultaneous imaging of visible or visible plus near infrared wavebands fine-tuned to your specific application. For each of the 3-CMOS sensors you can define the spectral location and width of the waveband within the spectral range of 405 nm to 1000 nm.
Higher resolution and higher efficiency
The new generation of JAI’s multispectral Fusion cameras provides four times higher resolution than previous models and sets a new standard for frame rates (107 frames/s in full resolution) thanks to the use of a fast “Pregius" sensor (IMX252), as well as the use of a high-speed 10 GigE interface.
Replaces multiple inspection stations with a single camera setup
JAI’s multispectral prism technology ensures perfect three-channel alignment, allowing users to replace multiple inspection stations with a single setup, providing both ease of use and lower equipment and maintenance costs. All designed to lead to better efficiency, productivity, and quality of your vision system.
Here are a few applications where Fusion FlexEye industrial cameras are especially suitable.
Fusion Series Flex-Eye area scan cameras are the ideal choice if you have multispectral imaging applications needing customized visible or visible plus NIR wavebands to optimize their effectiveness.
Inspection of nuts, almonds, and olives
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.
Life sciences/digital pathology
Multispectral analysis helps identify specific types of cells, viruses, or other entities that may be difficult to classify in a single spectral band.
Many surgical systems are utilizing fluorescence compounds injected into blood vessels or surrounding tissues and excited by a laser to highlight areas that can be overlaid on the surgeon’s visible color image to guide the operation.
Vegetation analysis and weed removal systems
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 and multi-spectral cameras are playing a vital role.
2D print inspection
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.
Multi-layer electronics circuit board inspection
Inspection of stuffed PCB boards including traces, solder, component placement/alignment, shorting, and other items where color and NIR inspection is important.
Fruit and vegetable inspection
Fruit and vegetable inspection that simultaneously look at colors, ripeness, damages, signs of rot under skin, as well as detecting foreign objects (e.g. stones, metal pieces etc.).
LCD display inspection
Surface inspection of flat panels/displays looking for scratches and defective screen pixels.