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  • STEMMER IMAGING is Europe's largest imaging technology provider with headquarters in Germany and offices in the UK, France and Switzerland.

    Our team of highly qualified experts can support you from A - Z - finding the best technical solution and the most cost-effective combination of components for your imaging or machine vision task – before, during and after the project. Feasibility studies, training and consultancy are just some examples of the value add we provide.
     
Product Portfolio
  • Machine Vision Systems and Components

  • The STEMMER IMAGING product range covers a wide variety of imaging products from the world's leading manufacturers. Our experienced specialists support you to select the perfect combination of machine vision components to solve your imaging task. Get the vision solution and all components you need from a single source!
      • Vision systems

      • When selecting a PC for an imaging application many factors need to be considered in order to ensure that the solution chosen delivers the performance needed, combined with long-term stability of supply.
      • Illumination

      • Selecting the most suitable illumination is one of the most crucial factors in designing a vision system and can facilitate subsequent image analysis considerably. Despite this, choosing a light source is often among the most fraught tasks in imaging and is often neglected.
      • Optics

      • Together with the illumination system, the optic forms the first link in the imaging chain of a vision system. Selecting a suitable lens is crucial for the quality of the final image and has an impact on factors such as speed that can be achieved, measuring accuracy, error-free operation, reproducibility and reliability of the downstream analysis.
      • Cameras

      • The application specific selection of the right camera is a decisive aspect in determining realisation and quality of the vision solution. Factors to be considered are the performance of the sensor, the camera features and the interface technology and image transfer.
      • Cabling

      • For any imaging application the proper selection of suitable cables for different requirements is crucial. Special demands concerning cable technology such as mechanical and thermal requirements, or resistance to chemical exposure need to be considered.
      • Acquisition

      • The diversity of applications a machine vision system is used for, requires different acquisition possibilities. In imaging applications video data is mostly captured using a frame grabber to acquire data and to transfer it into the PC. This method is the most robust, secure and flexible possibility to capture signals of any kind and to store them in the PC for further processing.
      • Software

      • The basis of any vision software is the ability to acquire, transfer, manipulate and interpret the pixel data output by a camera. The choice of a suitable system depends not only on the functionality and the developer's skill set, but also on support and maintenance policies offered by the vendor, as well as long-term avalability and costs.
      • Computers

      • When selecting a PC for an imaging application many factors need to be considered in order to ensure that the solution chosen delivers the performance needed, combined with long-term stability of supply.
      • Accessories

      • Extensive range of accessories for use with cameras, illumination, lenses, image acquisition devices, etc.
    • Vision systems

    • When selecting a PC for an imaging application many factors need to be considered in order to ensure that the solution chosen delivers the performance needed, combined with long-term stability of supply.
        • Smart systems

        • The market offers a large range of vision solutions. They include ready to deploy compact vision systems and smart cameras that can be used immediately for your application. These products are aimed at integrators or end users with no long-term programming experience.
          • Smart cameras
          • ID reader
        • Smart 3D sensors

        • Flexible 3D sensors, easy to use and configure. Various resolutions and speeds available.
          • Profile sensors
          • Snapshot sensors
        • Sequence recording systems

        • Systems for recording, archiving, transport and buffering of long video sequences
          • Recording systems
        • Surface inspection systems

        • Surface inspection systems allow a quick and automatic 100% control of objects.
          • Trevista
      • Machine vision illumination products

      • Selecting the most suitable illumination is one of the most crucial factors in designing a vision system and can facilitate subsequent image analysis considerably. Despite this, choosing a light source is often among the most fraught tasks in imaging and is often neglected.
          • LED illumination

          • LED illuminations have become the universal standard for imaging applications. They offer an excellent price/performance ratio, unbeatable reliability and almost maintenance-free operation. They can be assembled in almost any shape and are available in many different colours (red, white, blue, green, IR, UV).
            • Ringlights
            • Coaxial illumination
            • Dome illumination
            • Dark field illumination
            • Spotlights
            • Line lights
            • Barlights
            • Frontlight panels
            • Backlight panels
            • Telecentric illumination
            • Strobe Controllers
            • Cold light sources
          • Diode lasers

          • Laser diodes are based on the same principle as LEDs. Due to additional optical resonators they produce a narrowband coherent light.
            • Point lasers
            • Dotmatrix lasers
            • Circular lasers
            • Line lasers
            • Multi lines lasers
            • Cross hair lasers
            • Grid lasers
          • Cold light sources and high-frequency illumination

          • Applications with extremly stringent requirements, such as the inspection of rapidly moving objects, require the region to be illuminated with extremly white light, similar to daylight.
            • Cold light sources
            • Cold light fibre
            • High-​frequency panel frontlights
          • Accessories for illumination

          • Accessories for illumination such as polarisers, diffusors, power supplies, etc.
            • Accessories for CCS illumination
            • Accessories for Volpi illumination
        • Lenses & optics for imaging and machine vision

        • Together with the illumination system, the optic forms the first link in the imaging chain of a vision system. Selecting a suitable lens is crucial for the quality of the final image and has an impact on factors such as speed that can be achieved, measuring accuracy, error-free operation, reproducibility and reliability of the downstream analysis.
            • General purpose lenses

            • General purpose lenses are the most common type of lens and are available in a range of focal lenghts for all commonly available sensor formats.
              • Lenses with C-mount
              • Lenses with F-mount
              • Line scan camera lenses
            • Telecentric measuring lenses

            • Telecentric lenses are designed specially for use in specialist measurement applications where perspective projections and incorrect image scaling can cause problems.
              • Telecentric lenses
              • Bi-telecentric lenses
              • UV telecentric lenses
              • Telecentric line scan lenses
            • Macro and system lenses

            • Macro lenses are specially designed for small fields of view, which are approximately equal to the camera's sensor size.
              • Macro lenses with C-mount
              • Macro lenses with F-mount
              • Macro systems
              • System lenses
            • Semi-automatic and motorised lenses

            • Motorised lenses allow adaptation of focus, aperture and zoom in automatic processes.
              • Lenses with automatic iris
              • Motorised lenses
            • Other lenses

            • Special lenses for other detectors
              • IR lenses
              • UV lenses
              • 3D lenses
              • 360° lenses
              • Multimagnification lenses
            • Accessories for lenses

            • Extensive selection of optics accessories such as extension rings, focal length extenders, filters, etc.
              • Optical filters
              • Close-up lenses
              • Extension rings for lenses
          • Machine vision camera products

          • The application specific selection of the right camera is a decisive aspect in determining realisation and quality of the vision solution. Factors to be considered are the performance of the sensor, the camera features and the interface technology and image transfer.
              • Monochrome area scan cameras

              • Monochrome area scan cameras capture a certain area and provide two dimensional images in black and white. The cameras are equipped with CCD or CMOS sensors.
                • GigE cameras
                • CameraLink cameras
                • FireWire cameras
                • USB cameras
                • CoaXPress cameras
                • Analogue cameras
                • 1 CCD cameras
                • 2 CCD cameras
                • CMOS cameras
                • Board level cameras
              • Colour area scan cameras

              • Colour area scan cameras are used for applications where colours need to be accurately measured or differentiated.
                • GigE cameras
                • CameraLink cameras
                • FireWire cameras
                • USB cameras
                • CoaXPress cameras
                • DVI cameras
                • HD-SDI cameras
                • HDMI cameras
                • Analogue cameras
                • 1 CCD cameras
                • 3 CCD cameras
                • CMOS cameras
                • Board level cameras
              • Monochrome line scan cameras

              • Line scan cameras are based on building-up an image, one line at a time, using a line sensor which passes in a linear motion over an object, or where the object passes in a linear motion under the sensor.
                • GigE cameras
                • CameraLink cameras
                • LVDS cameras
                • CCD cameras
                • CMOS cameras
              • Colour line scan cameras

              • Line scan cameras are based on building-up an image, one line at a time, using a line sensor which passes in a linear motion over an object, or where the object passes in a linear motion under the sensor.
                • GigE cameras
                • CameraLink cameras
                • CCD cameras
                • CMOS cameras
              • Infrared cameras

              • Infrared cameras are used for applications in the 780 nm to 1mm spectral range that is invisible for the human eye.
                • Area scan cameras
                • Line scan cameras
                • GigE cameras
                • CameraLink cameras
              • 3D cameras

              • 3D cameras allow three-dimensional information to be captured from target objects, using laser profiling in combination with on-board pre-processing.
                • 3D laser scanning sensor
                • 3D fringe projection
                • 3D profile sensors
              • Unique cameras

                • Contact image sensors (CIS)
                • High speed cameras
                • Smart cameras
                • ID reader
              • Accessories for cameras

              • Extensive range of camera accessories such as flexible mounting solutions, special cables, protective housings, etc.
                • Protective housings
                • Mounting accessories
                • Tripods
                • Power supplies
                • Cabling
            • Cable and connector products for machine vision

            • For any imaging application the proper selection of suitable cables for different requirements is crucial. Special demands concerning cable technology such as mechanical and thermal requirements, or resistance to chemical exposure need to be considered.
                  • Digital cables

                  • Digital cables for different interfacing technologies with vast connector options
                    • GigE cables
                    • CameraLink cables
                    • FireWire cables
                    • USB cables
                    • Fibre optic cables
                  • Analogue cables

                  • Analogue cables with vast connector options
              • Frame grabbers and image acquisition products

              • The diversity of applications a machine vision system is used for, requires different acquisition possibilities. In imaging applications video data is mostly captured using a frame grabber to acquire data and to transfer it into the PC. This method is the most robust, secure and flexible possibility to capture signals of any kind and to store them in the PC for further processing.
                  • Digital image acquisition

                  • Digital frame grabbers capture data from digital cameras and transfer those to the PC memory using different camera and PC interfaces.
                    • CoaXPress input, PCIe transfer
                    • GigE input, PCIe transfer
                    • CameraLink input, PCIe transfer
                    • CameraLink input, PCI transfer
                    • HS-Link input, PCIe transfer
                    • FireWire input, PCIe transfer
                    • DVI input, PCIe transfer
                    • HD-SDI input, PCIe transfer
                    • LVDS input, PCIe transfer
                    • LVDS input, PCI transfer
                    • Digital interface boards
                  • Analogue image acquisition

                  • Analogue frame grabbers digitise the images received from analogue video resources and transfer these images into the memory of a PC.
                    • Analogue input, PCIe transfer
                    • Analogue input, PCI transfer
                    • Video converters for analogue input
                  • Accessories for image acquisition

                  • Accessories for image acquisition, e.g. Controller.
                • Machine vision software products

                • The basis of any vision software is the ability to acquire, transfer, manipulate and interpret the pixel data output by a camera. The choice of a suitable system depends not only on the functionality and the developer's skill set, but also on support and maintenance policies offered by the vendor, as well as long-term avalability and costs.
                    • Common Vision Blox - The machine vision operating system

                    • Common Vision Blox (CVB) is a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions.
                      • CVB Foundation Package
                      • CVB Image Manager
                      • CVB CameraSuite
                    • Common Vision Blox - Tools for machine vision professionals

                    • Software tools for a wide range of imaging tasks
                      • Unique tools
                      • Search and read
                      • 3D analysis
                      • Recording
                      • Surface inspection
                      • Colour processing
                    • Rapid development tools

                    • Userfriendly imaging software for industrial use
                      • Teledyne DALSA
                      • Silicon Software Visual Applets
                      • Aqsense 3D Express
                  • Machine vision computers

                  • When selecting a PC for an imaging application many factors need to be considered in order to ensure that the solution chosen delivers the performance needed, combined with long-term stability of supply.
                        • Industrial PC systems

                        • Cutting edge PCs in compact, robust aluminium housings, perfectly suited for industrial applications with extended vibration and shock specifications, long-term component availability.
                          • CVS Image Station
                          • CVS Image Station RS
                    • Accessories for machine vision

                    • Extensive range of accessories for use with cameras, illumination, lenses, image acquisition devices, etc.
                        • Markets

                        • We serve customers in many markets and any market you aim for.

                          Imaging and machine vision is a core technology used in a variety of application areas. It provides a powerful and cost-​effective way of implementing automatic quality assurance and control - at very high speeds and with stringent accuracy requirements. Imaging technology delivers the tools to help strengthen the competitive advantage of your company.
                            • Factory Automation

                            • Superior automated manufacturing anticipates and oversees every detail. Defective products are sorted out early. Imaging allows robots to select and assemble components without errors and increase company earnings.
                            • Automotive

                            • Exact and consistent fabrication is crucial for quality and safety in automotive production and engineering. Manufacturers and component suppliers rely on leading-​edge vision technology to validate complex assembly processes and inspections.
                            • Electronics, Semiconductor & Solar

                            • Production speed and quality are essential in wafer manufacturing or printed circuit board inspection. Here manufacturers place trust in the fastest and highest resolution cameras, delivered by STEMMER IMAGING.
                            • Print & Packaging

                            • Printing speeds have long since overtaken the human eye. Today, high-​performance imaging reliably monitors printing processes, avoids production rejects and maintains quality in packaging and labelling.
                            • Test & measurement

                            • Sometimes decisive competitive advantage is only 1 nanometre long. What counts then is extreme precision in product testing. Here, the industry uses X-ray technology or 3D imaging to ensure that sample parts match 100%.
                            • Food & Beverage

                            • With high-​precision imaging, the food & beverage industry tests even hard-​to-inspect products with absolute reliability. The result: 100% quality and ever-​growing productivity.
                            • Pharmaceutical

                            • When quality directly affects human life there is no room for error. The pharmaceutical market requires the most demanding vision systems that not only inspect products, but also audit the systems use and configuration, ensuring the correct drug and dose are delivered with full traceability.
                            • Medical Imaging

                            • Having the right perspective means being able to diagnose illnesses earlier, to improve treatments and to save lives. Modern medicine depends on imaging for the diagnosis and real-​time monitoring of operative procedures.
                            • Traffic, Rail & Transport

                            • Intelligent traffic systems rely on vision technology for vehicle classification and ANPR in road pricing and speed enforcement applications. Advanced cameras are used to capture and analyse 2D and 3D data in infrastructure monitoring on railways and roads.
                            • Defence, Security & Aerospace

                            • Beyond the needs of CCTV, specialist cameras using sensors with ultra-high resolution or extended wavelength sensitivity are coupled with image processing algorithms for applications providing visibility through smoke and fog in fixed and mobile scenarios.
                            • Sports, Entertainment & Broadcast

                            • Competitive contest decisions, game statistics and technique training are examples where machine vision is used in sports. This data coupled with 3D tracking enables the gaming entertainment industry to create lifelike games based on real event data.
                            • Scientific Research

                            • Those who develop the future require a clear vision. STEMMER IMAGING’s high- performance components and systems are used in leading research institutes to advance technologies and to enhance our future.