Cameras are also used in fields beyond classic image processing, such as astronomy, microscopy, and many other applications. These various industries and applications have special requirements for cameras.
One important criterion is the camera sensor. The interface, frame rate, dark current, and much more are also crucial. Alongside standard cameras with CCD and CMOS sensors, the Laser 2000 portfolio also includes EMCCD, sCMOS, SWIR, MWIR single-photon (SPAD), and all-in-focus cameras.
1.3 MP, up to 67.000 fps
This laser beam profiler features a CMOS sensor that guarantees frame rates of up to 60 Hz with high dynamics and is suitable for large beam diameters up to 11 mm.
The new 3D camera of Laser 2000 is specially optimized for laser processes with scan head. The 3D position of arbitrary objects is detected very precisely within the scan area to allow a highly accurate 3D guidance of the laser beam. Quality assurance of the process results is possible from multiple perspectives with high precision even with 3D coordinates.
6 MP, up to 200,715 fps
The near-ultarviolet hyperspectral imaging camera Pika NUV covers the spectral range of 350-800 nm optimized for ultraviolet imaging.
9.4 MP, up to 25.000 fps
The Pika NIR-320 Hyperspectral imaging camera covers the near-infrared spectral rage from 900-1700 nm
Our high performance VNIR hyperspectral imaging camera Pika XC2 produces extremely sharp images due to it's advanced optical design.
The Pika L VNIR Hyperspectral Imaging Camera is lightweight, compact and ideal for airborne remote sensing application.
The high-resolution near infrared hyperspectral imaging camera Pika NIR-640 can cover a spectral range between 900 - 1700 nm