Ultraviolet (UV) cameras

Key Features:
  • Direct CCD spectral response to wavelengths <400nm
  • Multiple options support cameras with ON Semi and Sony
  • Multiple camera resolutions, CCD formats, and frame rates
  • Glass-less and quartz window options*
  • Most models available with or without micro-lenses
    (Note: Micro-lenses may be subject to more rapid UV deterioration)
  • All other camera features remain fully operational
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Ultraviolet (UV) cameras Features

An increasing number of applications make use of the ultraviolet (UV) portion of the spectrum. UV wavelengths let surface artifacts appear in greater clarity, and allow visualization of smaller features than those which can be seen using visible light.

JAI offers a choice of progressive scan cameras that can be configured for UV light. These UV industrial cameras typically have either glassless CCD imagers to enable sensitivity below 400 nanometers, or quartz-covered sensors to provide both extended sensitivity and better protection against damage.

JAI can provide you with a UV inspection camera with a resolution from 0.4 to 1.4 megapixels, and with analog, Camera Link, or GigE Vision interfaces. Consult the table below for the current list of cameras with UV options.

Series Camera Type Model Standard Resolution Sensor Size Frame Rate Interface Light Spectrum Cell Size Sensor Name
CV-series Area Scan, monochrome CV-A1 UV SXGA 1380 x1035 1/2” 16 Analog Visible or UV 4.65 x
4.65 µm
ICX
407BLA
C-series Area Scan, monochrome CM-140GE
-UV
SXGA 1392 x1040 1/2” 16 GigE Vision Visible or UV 4.65 x
4.65 µm
ICX
407BLA
C-series Area Scan, monochrome CM-140MCL
-UV
SXGA 1392 x1040 1/2” 16 Mini-CL Visible or UV 4.65 x
4.65 µm
ICX
407BLA
C-series Area Scan, monochrome CM-140PMCL
-UV
SXGA 1392 x1040 1/2” 16 PoCL Visible or UV 4.65 x
4.65 µm
ICX
407BLA

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