Join Anson as he takes you on a quick tour through the many useful features that make JAI's Go-X Series an attractive choice for system designers building the next generation of machine vision systems.
Spark Series SP-25000-CXP4A: 26-megapixel images at 150 fps
6:40Published on: 01-11-2021
JAI's 26-megapixel machine vision camera is designed for applications like automated optical inspection (AOI) or solder paste inspection (SPI) on printed circuit boards, as well as high-speed medical slide scanning, aerial imaging, and other applications where resolution and high frame rates are critical factors.
How to lower the cost of vision systems with Go-X Series rolling shutter models
2:48Published on: 03-10-2021
Go-X Series cameras are compact, reliable, and perfect for a wide range of industrial applications. And new rolling shutter models lower the cost-per-megapixel even more for stop-and-go types of systems. Could they be the right choice for your next project?
JAI's Go-X Series are compact, affordable industrial cameras designed to power the next generation of machine vision systems. They feature the most popular Sony Pregius and Starvis sensors plus dust screening and reliability features not usually found on comparably-priced cameras. This video provides a quick overview of the key features.
Sample video from GO-5100MP-USB polarization camera
1:34Published on: 13-10-2020
This simple example shows how JAI's GO-5100MP polarization camera can eliminate unwanted glare and reflections from car windshields making it possible to see inside the cabin for better facial recognition and to provide better evidence in the case of seat belt or mobile phone use violations.The polarization capabilities are derived from the sensor’s 4-way polarized filter array, which consists of four separate polarizing filters – angled at 0°, 45°, 90°, and 135° - that have been arranged in a regular pattern across the sensor. Thus, each block of four pixels can be used as a calculation block to determine the angle and intensity of light reflecting from objects, as well as several other calculations.In this example, the upper left image provides the optimum angle to eliminate reflections from this non-moving vehicle. Having on-sensor filtering vs. a traditional lens-mounted filter means that the preferred polarization angle can be adjusted in real-time to compensate for movement of the target or the light source.The use of polarization cameras can not only mitigate reflections and hot spots, particularly when inspecting glass, plastics, and other shiny materials, but can also enable analysis of material thickness, stress points, and other potential defects not detectable using standard machine vision techniques.Image courtesy of Raytec Ltd.
Some machine vision applications can benefit from simultaneous visible and near-infrared inspection. This video describes how JAI's Fusion Series of prism-based multi-sensor cameras supports efficient multi-spectral imaging in a wide range of applications.
High-speed Spark Series 5-megapixel CMOS industrial camera from JAI
4:32Published on: 28-05-2018
The SP-5000 is a high performance industrial video camera able to capture up to 250 full resolution frames per second using a 4-channel CoaXPress digital interface. Other interface options include 2-channel CoaXPress (211 fps), Mini Camera Link (137 fps), USB3 Vision (62 fps), and 2-channel GigE Vision (44 fps).