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Allied Vision's new Goldeye cameras for VNIR + SWIR imaging

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Allied Vision Goldeye VNIR + SWIR cameras

For the first time in the market Allied Vision's new Goldeye VNIR + SWIR cameras provide sensitivity from visible into the SWIR range in a single camera, with a single sensor Allied Vision is the first to release this remarkable new technology using the new Sony SenSWIR sensor. It opens up a broad new range of applications that require wideband pixel correlated images.

The Allied Vision Goldeye VNIR + SWIR camera delivers an extremely robust, reliable vision solution. Manufactured to uphold and exceed industry standards, these cameras are small in size and offer multiple mounting options.

The Goldeye SWIR cameras offer stardardised interfaces (GigE Vision including PoE or Camera Link) and I/O control options that simplify the connection to your software solution and synchronisation with other system components.

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Semi-conductor/Solar Cell inspection

With wavelengths of 1100 nm or more silicon becomes transparent. Subsequently, these Goldeye SWIR cameras are ideal for analysing metalisation and detecting imperfections like fine cracks or electrical contact issues on the backside of wafers.
Light emitted by silicon when electrically stimulated peaks at 1150 nm. Luminescence imaging helps to identify non-uniformities in solar cells by detecting light from these defects:
- Electroluminescence: a solar cell emits light in response to electric current flow.
- Photoluminescence: a solar cell emits light in response to being exposed to light.
Hyperspectral Imaging
Each inorganic material has a different chemical composition and crystalline structure resulting in a unique spectral reflection corresponding to its specific light absorption characteristics.

Hyperspectral Imaging combines digital imaging with spectroscopy to obtain detailed information across multiple wavelengths. Typical applications include recycling and plastic sorting as well as geology and mineral inspection.
Other Applications
• Agriculture such as airborne remote sensing
Print industry, for example banknote inspection
• Food inspection
Glass production
• Moisture detection
Vision enhancement
• Laser beam profiling
Scientific and medical including hyperspectral imaging, microscopy, and optical coherence tomography
Key Features
• Integrated single-stage sensor cooling (TEC1) and several on-board image correction features allow you to see more beyond the visible with outstanding image quality
• Multiple acquisition modes: SingleFrame, MultiFrame, Continuous, or RecorderMode
• ROI settings for frame rate and data rate control
• High analog gain mode to increase sensitivity
• Built-in image correction for optimised image quality: Non-uniformity correction with automatic adaption, Defect pixel correction, Background correction
• Look-up tables to increase contrast
• User sets for simplified camera setup
• Digital binning to increase sensitivity
• Auto Gain

Quick Specifications
Goldeye G/CL-030 TEC1
Goldeye G-130 TEC1
Goldeye CL-130 TEC1
640 x 512
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
Frame Rate
258 fps
94 fps
110 fps
Optical Format
1/4 inch
1/2 inch
1/2 inch
Pixel Size
5 µm
< 340 g

Need a price or more application information? Please email Adept Turnkey or call our offices
Adept Turnkey Pty Ltd are "The Machine Vision and Imaging Specialists" and distributor of Allied Vision products in Australia and New Zealand. To find out more about any Allied Vision product, please call Adept Turnkey at Perth (08) 9242 5411 / Sydney (02) 9905 5551 / Melbourne (03) 9384 1775 or contact us online.





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