Allied Vision has once again participated in SEMICON Southeast Asia, the region’s premier event for microelectronics design and manufacturing in Penang, Malaysia.
Infrared imaging for wafer inspection
Goldeye short-wave infrared (SWIR) cameras are fitted with InGaAs sensor technology which is sensitive in the short-wave infrared spectrum of 900 nm to 1700nm. Housed in a compact ruggedized housing, all Goldeye cameras are equipped with active thermoelectric cooling (TEC) to reduce noise and enable extended exposure times as well as constant image quality. This makes them the perfect choice for industrial applications beyond the visible spectrum.
Allied Vision booth featured an infrared imaging microscope by Radiant Optronics. The microscope uses Goldeye G-033 to see through the silicon wafer for inspection of micro cracks in the microcircuit. Infrared imaging makes the inspection easy the because silicon is transparent in the short-wave infrared spectrum.
Industrial cameras with latest CMOS sensor technology
Allied Vision has recently expanded its product portfolio with the latest Pregius CMOS image sensors from Sony. These global shutter sensors have been widely acclaimed in the industry for their outstanding image quality, dynamic and high frame rates that outperform equivalent CCDs.
Latest addition is the Manta G-895 which incorporates Sony’s Pregius IMX267 CMOS sensor with 8.9 Megapixels resolution. With this new camera, users can take advantage of the benefits of this sensor along with the flexibility and rich feature set of Allied Vision’s Manta platform. Manta is Allied Vision’s versatile GigE vision camera with a wide range of features. The new Manta G-895B was used to demonstrate material defect inspection of parts in Allied Vision’s booth.
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