High-end machine vision products and systems take the three elements of lighting, observation, and evaluation into account. Without proper lighting, a perfect image cannot be created. Laser 2000 offers a wide range of lasers and LED lighting, thereby providing the option to find the right illumination for each image to be taken.
As a result, crucial features can be worked out using the light. In addition, our product portfolio includes special camera systems for sophisticated solutions in special disciplines of image processing that go above and beyond standard commercially available options.
Axial lighting systems
Compact axial illumination for low-reflection surface inspection.
Axial lighting systems (74 x 62)
Compact axial lighting for low-reflection surface inspection. Due to 90° deflection suitable for use in tight environments.
Diffused axial lighting system
Bandpass Filter against stray light
Pika NIR - Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Camera
The Resonon Pika NIR-320 Hyperspectral imaging camera covers the near-infrared spectral rage from 900-1700 nm
Pika L - VNIR Hyperspectral Imaging Camera
Pika NIR-640 - Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Camera
Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging Systems
The Resonon airborne system is a turnkey solution, for the analyzation of georegistered hyperspectral data. It includes all necessary hardware and software in one light and stable system which can be mounted on a drone or a manned aircraft.
Hyperspectral Imaging System - Outdoor Field
Laser Beam Profiler WinCamD-LCM
This laser beam profiler features a CMOS sensor that guarantees frame rates of up to 60 Hz with high dynamics and is suitable for large beam diameters up to 11 mm.
2-16 micron Laser Beam Analyzer
The beam analysis camera WinCamD-IR-BB with integrated microbolometer array enables analyzes on long-wave lasers in the range of 2 μm to 16 μm.
Laser Beam Profiler WinCamD-QD-1550
DataRay's ILM system is used for beam profile monitoring of high power lasers consisting of an attenuator for high powers, an imaging lens system and a camera system. The measurement of very small laser beams with diameters of less than micrometers is possible despite often high laser powers.