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BV-C2950 ESD Visualizing camera (Under development)

BlueVision Ltd., Japan

BV-C2950BV-C2950  ESD Visualizing camera  (Under development)
ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) means the damage by the electrostatic discharge and at the instant of the discharge, generates the ultra violet light from 250nm to 300nm which is called UV-B.

BV-C2950 is using our core technology, the prism spectroscopic imaging technology and uses two cameras. The incident light is dispersed in two lights , one to a camera for a visual image and the other to an ultrasensitive camera to capture the discharge phenomenon (UV 250nm to 300nm) of low voltage with tens of volts.

As these two images are captured by one lens attached on the camera, BV-C2950 has the same optical axis and field of view and you can find easily where the phenomenon was happened.

< Examples of application>

  • Manufacturing process of semiconductors (Discharge inside of substrates)
  • Production site for displays
  • Places requiring ESD monitoring such as in chemical plants
    • Discharge on film delamination,  Discharge of plastic products

 
Output:  Visible  640(H) x 480(V), 400nm to 700nm
                UV  640(H) x 480(V), 250nm to 300nm
Interface:  USB x 2
Lens:  35mm
Input voltage: DC 5V, Supplied from AC adaptor (accessory)
Dimensions: 57mm(W) x 90(H)mm x 1080(D) mm (excluding protrusion) 

 

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