Seoul-based Vieworks in South Korea, a global developer of high-quality 12-bit capacity digital imagers, declares the availability of VP sequence of cameras that operate digitally.
The improved technologies employed for the Fluoroscopy and Digital Radiography applications, by the company has proven successful since 1999 and this advanced innovative 12-bit VP series digital imagers assimilates the Thermo Electric Cooling (TEC) technology for reducing image sensor disruptions and to enhance the responsiveness of the camera.
The TEC technology is widely deployed in medical market imagers and can be accessible now in the Industrial camera array. Upon modifying the image sensor in the range of 200 less than the atmospheric temperature, the sensor noise distortions can be minimized permitting intense exposure times for achieving enhanced responsiveness. This innovative imaging technology can be advantageous in designing the devices for carrying out crucial programmable optical observations employing the recurrent and constant operations of the camera. The following cameras make up the VP series.
VP-11M6 with 4008 x 2672 and 11 million pixel resolution and VP-16M4 with 4872 x 3248 having 16 million pixel resolutions encompasses the VP series units in the camera.
Mr. Bob Kim, Managing Director at Vieworks Co. Ltd stated that the TEC cooling technology furnishes enhanced performance range to their cameras and that it serves a wide variety of applications in the military, scientific and industrial segments.
According to Terry Guy, Vision Systems Technology, LLC’s Vice President for Sales & Marketing, the advanced VP camera series furnishes a constant working environment avoiding noise and helps in performing recurrent quantitative analysis.