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Ilse Jurriƫn : August 9th 2005 - 12:45 CET

Redlake MegaPlus II EC11000 cooled digital camera


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RedLakeRedlake MegaPlus II EC11000 cooled digital camera : Redlake announces the launch of its newest camera, the Redlake MegaPlus II EC11000, an actively cooled industrial camera. Unique in its features, the EC11000 separates and isolates the camera's primary electronics from the sensors cooling path. It features a fan optional design, which allows it to operate in cooling modes with or without a fan accessory attached. The latest addition to Redlake's MegaPlus II camera family, the EC11000 is the actively cooled version of the popular 11MP ES11000. It supports up to five frames per second (FPS) at 12-bits per pixel. Using Peltier cooling, both dark noise and thermal drift are significantly reduced.
Redlake MegaPlus II EC11000 cooled digital cameraEC11000 - Kodak 11MP sensor
"The EC11000 merges Kodak's high resolution 11MP image sensor with active cooling technology, resulting in stunning image quality," said Jay Kelbley, product manager for Redlake. The design intent enables us to maximize cooling of the sensor without a fan, opening up new opportunities for customers who would not have previously considered a cooled camera due to fan vibration. "We expect the EC11000 to dramatically increase the quality and productivity of our customer's workflows," said Kelbley, adding that each MegaPlus II camera head is designed with unique features to target specific customer applications.

Megaplus II EC11000 - Availability
"With the EC11000 we are able to satisfy the ever increasing image quality demands of our current customer base, as well as expand into new growth markets," said Keith Russell, director of marketing for Redlake. "The introduction of the EC11000 gives Redlake the most comprehensive high-end product range in the industry, with Redlake offering a high speed or industrial camera for nearly every possible application." The MegaPlus II EC11000 camera will be available for delivery in September 2005.

About Redlake
Redlake (www.redlake.com) has, for over 40 years, helped to enhance scientific/medical achievements, improve automotive safety, protect our nation, and contribute to lower manufacturing costs by providing high-speed and industrial cameras to just about every industry you can think of. Redlake cameras are used by engineers, scientists, researchers, and production managers in life sciences, automotive, military, R&D, machine vision, remote sensing, and production line applications throughout the world. Redlake is headquartered in San Diego, California, with operations worldwide.





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