Toshiba Introduces the IK-TF5P2 and IK-TF7P2 One Piece, High Resolution 3CCD Progressive Scan Cameras with up to 250 fps

One-Piece, 3CCD, Progressive Scan Color Area Scan Cameras Perfect for Capturing Fast Moving Objects in Machine Vision Applications

The Toshiba IK-TF5P2 and IK-TF7P2 progressive scan cameras provide accurate colors and high resolution of fast moving objects for a variety of process control, inspection, and machine vision applications. New and improved designs expand digital processing capabilities including electronic noise reduction, auto mode electronic shutter, partial scan frame rates up to 250 fps, Power over Camera Link®, and reduced power requirements.

Toshiba offers  two enhanced models to meet your resolution and budget requirements, the IK-TF5P2 and the IK-TF7P2.

Toshiba IK-TF5P2

The Toshiba IK-TF5P2 Industrial digital color camera offers a 1/3″ 3CCD Microprism image sensor, Progressive scan, VGA 640 x 480, 60 fps (250 fps partial scan), 62 dB, color, and Power over CameraLink.  The IK-TF5P2 camera measure 44mm x 44mm x 78mm. The IK-TF5P2 is the VGA, PoCL camera version that outputs 60 fps at full resolution and a maximum of 250 fps (partial scan). Click Here for more info on the Toshiba IK-TF5P2

Toshiba IK-TF7P2

The Toshiba IK-TF7P2 Industrial digital color camera offers a 1/3″ 3CCD Microprism image sensor, Progressive scan, XGA 1024 x 768, 29 fps (90 fps partial scan), 62 dB, color, and Power over CameraLink.  The IK-TF7P2 camera measure 44mm x 44mm x 78mm. The Toshiba IK-TF7P2 is the XGA, PoCL camera version that outputs 29 fps at full resolution and a maximum of 90 fps (partial scan). Click Here for more info on the Toshiba IK-TF7P2

Sony Announces Authorized National Systems Integrator For Visual Imaging Products, Sony Block Camera s

InterTest Opens Opportunities for Innovators to Leverage Sony Block Camera Technology

CHICAGO, Mar. 21, 2011 (Automate 2011, Booth 628)

Sony Electronics announced today that InterTest, Inc, a supplier of specialized vision products, remote visual inspection (RVI) tools, and non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment, will be named an Authorized National Systems Integrator for Sony’s Visual Imaging Products division.

This enhancement to the long-standing relationship between Sony and InterTest is an addition to the existing distribution channel. It is designed to serve an emerging class of entrepreneurial companies bringing new concepts to market integrating Sony block camera with novel applications as diverse as IED remote disposal robots for surveillance and defense applications, helmet cams for sports broadcasting and borescopes for various inspection applications including nuclear and water power generation plants, automotive, air craft and general manufacturing.

“With InterTest taking on the role of an Authorized National Systems Integrator, start-ups and other companies with integration requirements but limited engineering capabilities will be better able to utilize Sony visual imaging products with InterTest’s integration talents,” said Ken LaMarca, vice president of the visual imaging products division at Sony Electronics. “This represents a new, vibrant growth area where innovative products and integration solutions create opportunity.”

“As Sony’s Authorized National Systems Integrator, we facilitate innovation in a new market segment that has emerged over the past five years,” said Bill Habermann, President and Co-Founder, InterTest. “Leveraging InterTest’s expertise with application- specific packaging of Sony block camera technology helps this new class of niche players speed products to market while lowering their development costs.”

Sony and InterTest will work together to continue to bring high-quality vision cameras and superb integration solutions to companies of all sizes.

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Established in 1981, InterTest, Inc. offers RVI and NDT systems, as well as, custom engineered solutions manufactured in our NJ facility. Our customers include, but are not limited to the following industries: Aerospace, Security, Welding, Nuclear & Water Power Generation, Refineries, Mines, Bridge & Highways and Military.