Remember those days back in biology lab when you had to use a cotton swab and a petri dish to analyze bacteria? Well, those days are gone. Thanks to products like the CM-140GE-UV and RM-6740GE-OP21, JAI's new UV cameras provide a quicker way.
The great part about UV cameras is that they allow greater clarity and visualization of smaller features. This basically allows us to see things that the naked eye typically couldn't. So now when you take these cameras and apply them to cell analysis, you can discover all the anomalies that might exist in a single cell. In addition, this aids in the identification of abnormal cells in oncology research.
An additional application where UV cameras play an important role in the inspection process would be in the manufacturing of semiconductor wafers. It is impossible for the human eye to see the individual dye on a wafer and if any distortions or misalignment have taken place during different manufacturing processes. With the use of high resolution UV cameras the wafers can be inspected for several different defects.
UV cameras are also a key component in the glass inspection process as it allows us to measure the light spectrum before and after it comes into contact with a reflective surface.
So as you can see while these cameras have many features, the fact that they can see the portion of the spectrum that our eyes can't, make them a great choice for applications that require UV light to identify defects.
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