Our product brands are high performance benchmarks in industrial imaging around the world. Speed, resolution, and sensitivity are our hallmarks. From our most cost-conscious products to our fully bespoke solutions, we focus on our customers’ needs. Applications include:
- Factory automation, quality inspection, identification & logistics
- Electronics & semiconductor inspection, food & beverage, transportation
- Security & process monitoring
Teledyne e2v is also able to offer full system solutions which encompass the surrounding electronic circuitry, providing customers with the highest levels of value-added solutions and flexibility.
We work closely with our customers to fully understand their particular machine vision application (and the challenges they are facing), to ensure we provide an imaging solution which brings them maximum value.
Our main capabilities include, fast sensors which increase the throughput of machines and high near-infrared sensitivity to overcome the limitations of standard silicon.
Increasing automation and monitoring, the use of robotics, and other aspects of Industry 4.0 initiatives are further increasing demand for 3D imaging solutions which offer high levels of accuracy and distance measurement.
Teledyne e2v has developed the Bora and Hydra3D CMOS image sensors for Time of Flight (ToF) and the Flash CMOS sensor for laser triangulation 3D imaging. Find out more about 3D Imaging.
Barcode Data Gathering
The trend to replace laser readers with 2D ones, is well underway in all Automatic Data Collection market sub-segments (hand-held, mobile, fixed position and industrial auto identification).
To take full advantage of the technology transition, Teledyne e2v have designed the Snappy family of cost-effective, high quality CMOS imaging sensors with specific features dedicated to this application. These features allow the sensors to outperform the competition in speed (rapid time to read), precision (reduced illumination/when codes are damaged), power consumption, and other critical application parameters.
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