Monochrome Machine Vision Cameras

Sensors for grayscale imaging

Monochrome cameras contain sensors that respond to visible light between 400-700 nm. Without an infrared filter, most monochrome cameras also respond to near-infrared (700 to 1100 nm). The grayscale images from these cameras vary from VGA resolution to 16 Megapixels, provide grayscale resolution ranging from 8 to 16 bits deep and operate at speeds as high as 500 frames per second. 

Standard Resolution High Resolution Scientific Camera Gallery
VGA 640 x 480 or 758 x 582
Standard resolution cameras contain sensors with 640 x 480 or 758 x 582 pixels and provide adequate images for most applications. These cameras are available at speeds up to 210 frames per second.
1024 x 768 pixels to 29 Megapixels
High resolution cameras contain sensors with larger number of pixels which provides increased accuracy in inspections. These cameras are available at speeds up to 500 frames per second.
Low noise, cooled, intensified
Scientific cameras, equipped with the most sensitive CCD's, are used in the most demanding applications like low light microscopy, fluorescence and night vision.   These cameras are available in a range of speeds and sensitivities.
A gallery of all of the cameras on the website
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