Compact cameras ideal for packaging, sorting applications

March 9, 2023
Lucid Vision Labs’ Triton SWIR omits internal heat sink for a smaller, more cost-efficient package.

Triton SWIR Lucid Vision Labs’ Triton SWIR (short-wavelength infrared) industrial vision cameras are designed to handle a range of industrial applications including sorting, packaging and IR microscopy. The GigE Power over Ethernet (PoE) cameras feature wide-band and high-sensitivity, with two available models. When equipped with a Sony SenSWIR IMX990 sensor, the cameras offer a resolution of 1.3 megapixels, while the IMX991 sensor has a 0.3-megapixel resolution. Both capture images in visible and invisible light spectrums.

What’s new? Compact size. The Triton has no internal heat sink, so it’s smaller than Lucid’s earlier Atlas SWIR camera.

Benefits Cost-efficient performance. For applications that require a camera to capture images with short exposure times periodically, the Triton SWIR can provide images that compare favorably with its predecessor. The Triton SWIR measures a mere 1.1 inches by 1.7 inches by 1.7 inches, features IP67 protection against shock, vibration, water, dust and electromagnetic interference, and operates in a temperature range from minus 4 degrees to 122 degrees Fahrenheit.

Lucid Vision Labs Inc., Richmond, British Columbia, 833-465-8243,

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