LUCID is showcasing its latest innovations in advanced sensing camera technologies at SPIE Photonics West, the premier optics and photonics conference running from January 30 to February 1, 2024, in San Francisco, California. The following featured products will be highlighted at the show.
Compact Triton SWIR IP67 Camera
The Triton SWIR, a GigE PoE+ camera, integrates wide-band and high-sensitivity Sony SenSWIR 1.3 MP IMX990 and 0.3 MP IMX991 InGaAs sensors with a miniaturized pixel size of 5μm. The camera’s capability to capture images across both visible and invisible light spectrums make it ideal for industrial applications requiring greater precision such as fruit inspection, packaging, IR microscopy, semiconductor inspection, material sorting and more.
Atlas10 UV Camera
Featuring the high-sensitivity Sony UV 8.1 MP IMX487 sensor, the Atlas10 UV 10GigE PoE+ camera excels in capturing images across the ultraviolet (UV) light spectrum range (200 to 400nm). Its high sensitivity in this range enhances precision in various applications involving transparent materials.
Helios2+ 3D Time-of-Flight Camera
Helios2+ ToF camera offers two on-camera depth processing modes: High Dynamic Range Mode (HDR) and High-Speed Mode. The HDR Mode provides accurate depth information in high contrast scenes, while the High-Speed Mode enables faster acquisition speeds, making it compatible with moving object perception.
Triton HDR Camera with On-Camera Tone Mapping
Utilizing the Sony IMX490 (BSI) back-illuminated stacked CMOS sensor, the Triton HDR offers simultaneous 120 dB HDR imaging and LED flicker mitigation. With LUCID’s AltaView™ adaptive tone mapping engine, it delivers real-time tone-mapped image output, ensuring enhanced details in both shadows and highlights. Ideal for ADAS and Autonomous Driving applications, it boasts a large 5.4 MP, 2880 x 1860-pixel resolution for wide-angle field of view and high precision recognition, day or night.
Visit booth #137 at SPIE Photonics West 2024 to see live demos of LUCID’s latest camera technologies.