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Teledyne to showcase new scientific imaging and machine vision solutions at SPIE’s Photonics West exhibition

By Eric Van Rees - 26th January 2024 - 08:49

Teledyne will showcase their newest products and solutions at SPIE’s Photonics West exhibition taking place January 30 – February 1st, 2024, in San Francisco, California.

New products introduced include:

  • Teledyne e2v announces OnyxMax, the next generation of its popular Onyx 1.3M low light CMOS image sensor. This new sensor has been designed for extremely low light conditions, down to 1 mLux. The combination of sensitivity and image resolution increases its range, allowing even small objects to be detected in harsh conditions. This makes OnyxMax ideal for a wide range of applications including science, defense, traffic cameras, broadcast, surveillance, border control and astronomy.
  • Teledyne Photometrics releases the Retiga E9 camera that can capture exposures from tens of microseconds to tens of minutes, delivering detailed, high-resolution images without extraneous noise. With its stacked CMOS sensor technology developed by Sony, the E9’s square pixel array with 3.76 µm pixels and high dynamic range (>80 dB) combine to create a sensitive, versatile, and cost-effective low noise camera ready for integration or benchtop use.
  • Teledyne FLIR IIS introduces the new Dragonfly S USB3 series designed to accelerate the inception stage of imaging application development. The Dragonfly S series addresses the essential need of a modular, compact, and lightweight camera for at-scale manufacturing, volume-based applications, and multi-camera systems.

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