What's new at JMAK Automation
- 3D sensors with an extremely attractive price-performance ratio
- Product versions offering high precision and speed
- Lightweights (180 g) in ultra-compact design
The new ECCO series 3D sensors are particularly suited for measurement and testing tasks with a scan frequency of up to 6 kHz.
The ECCO product line perfectly combines light sensitivity and speed with ease of use at an attractive purchase price – the ideal solution for a broad spectrum of 3D applications.
The ultra-compact IP65 casing weighs less than 180 grams, enabling the sensor to be installed in confined spaces.
Drivers for HALCON ( GeniCam) and Cognex VisionPro are available as well as a .NET and C++ API.
We have demo gear available for loan to SI's, OEMs and end users.
World's first 500fps USB 3 cameras now shipping! - Model # MQ003CG-CM and MQ003MG-CM
XIMEA’s USB3 xiQ family now ranges from VGA to 4Mpix resolution with corresponding speeds of 500 fps and 90 fps respectively, and includes many models with extended NIR options, and immediately available from stock.
The XIMEA xiQ camera family is based on the robust and field proven architecture of direct image data delivery to the computer’s memory, totally avoiding any latency of intermediate frame buffers. This architecture also ensures lowest power consumption and minimum heat dissipation.
The xiQ family of USB 3.0 cameras uses the most recent revisions of the modern CMOS sensors from CMOSIS, E2V, and ON Semiconductor.
XIMEA’s USB3 cameras are available in 2 versions: as anodized milled camera housing made of a space grade aluminum alloy having world’s most compact format of 26x26x19mm or as board level units with globally unique design that uses single planar board. For OEM and special vision applications, XIMEA offers customized versions of the xiQ camera family.
JMAK to exhibit at 2014 Vision Show in Boston
Optronis introduces 25MP CoaXpress Camera - 72 Frames Per Second!
Optronis has completed their latest camera - the 25MP CL25000CXP.
The MQ013RG-E2 grayscale USB3 Vision cameras are based on e2V’s Ruby EV76C661 sensor, which offer global shutter for industrial, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), defense and security, and microscopy/medical applications; high peak quantum efficiency above 70 percent; more than 62 decibels (dB) of dynamic range; 10-bit output; and support up to four separate user-configurable regions of interest.
JMAK now provides Newnex long length USB 3 cables - 8 meters
and 14 meters - that are guaranteed to work at 5Gb/sec. No
NOW IN STOCK! - Ximea MQ042MG-CM and
MQ042CM-CM - 4MP CMOSIS CMOS Sensor at 90 fps
USB 3 cameras are now in stock!
We have inventory at our facility and orders are now being
accepted. Please call 603-498-7243 or email us at
JMAK is now a Preferred Distributor for CCS America
JMAK has signed a distribution agreement with CCS America for their
entire line of LED lighting solutions. We can assist you in the
selection and application of their broad line of high quality and
Ximea MQ013MG-E2 USB 3 board level cameras available!
All of Ximea's XiQ USB 3 cameras are available in board level for
integration into an OEM's equipment. The board measures just
20mm x 20mm. Download the drawing here:
XIMEA adds Linux capability to world’s
smallest USB 3.0 line of industrial cameras.
8/30/12: HALCON 11 Supports Various 3D Sensors
The standard software for machine vision HALCON 11 from MVTec,
supports different forms of 3D sensors for 3D vision purposes.
HALCON offers a wide range of interfaces to the devices of many
3D sensors use different technologies. For uncalibrated laser
triangulation, HALCON supports any area scan camera with an
external laser, also in combination with the dedicated preprocessing
board microEnable IV-V with the 3D SmartApplet from Silicon
Software. Furthermore, HALCON supports specific 3D cameras with
onboard profile measurement capability as there are SICK Ranger
and Color Ranger, Automation Technology C4, and Photonfocus 3D
For calibrated laser triangulation, HALCON supports the SICK Ruler
E, Leuze LPS36, LMI Technologies Gocator, Micro Epsilon
scanCONTROL, Vision Components nano 3D, and upcoming laser
sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs and SmartRay. For fringe projection,
HALCON supports VRmagic AreaScan3D, and Shape Drive SD–1 is
projected. For Time–of–Flight technology, HALCON supports the
MESA Imaging SR4000 and, as a special case, the Microsoft Kinect
and the ASUS Xtion PRO sensors which work with structured light.
For years, HALCON has offered all necessary 3D vision and robot
vision technologies currently used by the industry. With the release
of HALCON 11 in early summer, 2012, those 3D technologies were
considerably extended and improved.
The addition of new technologies like 3D registration or 3D surface
comparison, the improved 3D visualization, as well as the extended
3D object processing further expand the palette of available 3D
vision tools and strengthen HALCON’s unique 3D technology
June 26, 2012 - JMAK currently has the Ximea USB 3.0 MQ013CG-E2 and MQ013MG-E2 in stock and ready to ship. These are 1.3MPixel CMOS Global Shutter cameras that run at 60 frames per second at full resolution.
HALCON 11 to be released on June 1, 2012
Comprehensive 3D tools and other enhancements !!
3D surface comparison The new 3D surface comparison between expected and measured shape of a 3D object surface is an outstanding technology of HALCON 11.
3D object processing HALCON's comprehensive 3D vision features were enhanced and improved by registration and triangulation of point clouds, calculation of features like shape and volume, segmentation of point clouds by cutting planes, and many more.
Fast algorithms and extended GPU support HALCON's automatic operator parallelization (AOP) is a unique feature. Furthermore, HALCON 11 supports machine vision algorithms using GPU processing with more than 75 operators, more than any other standard software package provides. Moreover, depth from focus, Fast Fourier Transformation, and HALCON's local deformable matching are significantly accelerated. HALCON 11 lets you feel fast machine vision.
For more information on HALCON 11 - see http://www.mvtec.com/halcon/version11/
3.0 Camera Performance
|B/W model||Color model||Sensor||Resolution||Pixel µm||ADC bits||Frames per sec||DR dB||Optical size||Diagonal mm||Power W|
|MQ003MG-CM||MQ003CG-CM||CMV300||648 x 488||7.4||12/10||600||66||1/3"||6.0||1.8|
|MQ013MG-E2||MQ013CG-E2||EV76C560||1280 x 1024||5.3||10||60||66||1/1.8"||8.7||1.0|
|MQ013MG-ON||MQ013CG-ON||VITA1300||1280 x 1024||4.8||10||150||TBD||1/2"||7.9||1.5|
|MQ022MG-CM||MQ022CG-CM||CMV2000||2048 x 1088||5.5||12/10||180||60||2/3"||12.8||1.8|
|MQ042MG-CM||MQ042CG-CM||CMV4000||2048 x 2048||5.5||12/10||90||60||1"||15.9||1.8|
Optronis GmbH introduces its CoaxPress high-speed camera CL4000CXP. The camera transfers image data in real-time with a speed of up to 25 Gigabit/sec using 4 CoaxPress data channels. With this data transfer speed, the 4 MegaPixel CMOS camera reaches an image rate of 500 images/sec. The high-speed global shutter of the CMOS image sensor allows shutter times down to 2 microsec and freezes even fastest object movements. With “power over CoaxPress” the camera will be supplied by use of the data channels. With the use of coax cables data connections up to 40 meter at highest transfer rate and up to 100 meter with reduced transfer rate can be achieved. This allows to build, independent of expensive fiber connections and repeaters, simple, cost-effective and yet high-performant image acquisition systems.