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Large-scale coaxial LED illumination with small installation dimensions
LATAB introduces a new coaxial illumination for especially large surfaces. The distinguishing feature of the coaxial light is the large light aperture of 145 x 145 millimetres with external dimensions of only 190 x 153 x 150 millimeters. This makes the lamp head one of the largest coaxial lighting heads available in the machine vision industry; it is however also suitable for small assembly dimensions.
VeriSens – a new generation of intuitive configuration
Lambda Photometrics are proud to release the latest generation of VeriSens vision sensors from Baumer, who sets new standards of operating simplicity and dependability. Three new ranges of VeriSens provide optimal solutions for various applications in automation systems.
Dual GigE Technology Doubles Standard GigE Bandwidth to 240 MB/s
This provides the perfect solution for applications that require excellent image quality and high frame rates simultaneously. Thanks to the new interface technology, the images with resolutions from 1 to 8 megapixels and frame rates of up to 120 fps are transferred to the PC via standard GigE interface boards.
A new affordable Rubidium Audio Master Clock, the Perfection-10
We are pleased to announce the Perfection 10; a new 10MHz Rubidium atomic clock for audio/video professionals and demanding audiophiles. Designed by Stanford Research Systems (SRS), the Perfection-10 offers class leading performance at new low price point.
A new 4GHz RF Signal Generator, the SG384 from Lambda Photometrics
Lambda Photometrics announced immediate availability of the SG384 a new 4GHz RF Signal Generator from Stanford Research Systems (SRS).
Stanford Research function generator with 10% discount and FREE GPIB interface
Lambda Photometrics is currently offering the Stanford Research Systems DS345 30MHz function generator with a 10% discount and FREE GPIB interface. The versatile DS345 30 MHz function generator can generate sine, square, ramp, triangle and arbitrary waveforms with 1 microHz resolution.