Navitar, Pixelink's parent company, designs, develops and manufactures innovative optical solutions for clients and enterprises across the globe. Their products range from high magnification motorized zoom imaging systems to fisheye projection lenses used in a wide variety of industries including Life Sciences, Industrial Imaging, Microscopy and Projection.
A&B Software is a leading provider of advanced products and services for the industrial and scientific imaging marketplaces. Their ActiveDcam SDK supports Pixelink’s FireWire cameras, ActiveGigE SDK supports Pixelink’s GigE Vision cameras, and ActiveUSB SDK supports Pixelink’s USB3 Vision cameras. Their image analysis software ImageWarp supports all three interfaces.
Azure Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of lens systems, lasers, optical components and opto-mechanical parts. Their products are used in industrial applications, life sciences, public security, bio-technology, and aerospace.
Edmund Optics a trusted source for quality optics, imaging and opto-mechanical components for over 70 years. Edmund Optics offers a wide range of Imaging Lenses suited for many imaging needs. A large selection of Imaging Lens accessories is also available including mounts or adapters for additional functionality.
Icron Technologies Corporation, a leader in USB and video extension technology, and Pixelink®, a leader in both OEM and end-user imaging markets, offer joint product interoperability between Pixelink’s USB 3.0 industrial machine vision cameras and Icron’s extension solutions: the 15-meter USB 3.0 Spectra™ 3001-15 active copper extension cable and the 100-meter USB 3.0 Spectra™3022 fiber based extender system.
Using Pixelink cameras with MATLAB® and Simulink®, you can directly capture live video and images into your image processing and computer vision workflows. In order to access proprietary and device-specific functionality, Pixelink provides a custom adaptor that enables users to interface directly to Pixelink’s USB and FireWire cameras with an Image Acquisition Toolbox.
HALCON, a product of MVTec, is the comprehensive standard software for machine vision with an integrated development environment (IDE) that is used worldwide. HALCON guarantees hardware independence by providing interfaces for several industrial cameras and frame grabbers, also for standards like GenICam, GigE Vision, and USB3 Vision. Acquire images from Pixelink cameras with the HALCON Pixelink Interface.
From building smart machines to ensuring the quality of connected devices, LabVIEW has been the preferred solution to create, deploy, and test the Internet of Things for decades. The Pixelink SDK provides wrappers for LabVIEW support.
Nikon Metrology NV and Pixelink are strategic partners. Pixelink industrial microscopy cameras are fully integrated with Nikon NIS software and can easily be used in conjunction with Nikon’s state-of-the-art vision measuring instruments. www.nikonmetrology.com
StreamPix, by Norpix, supports direct video streaming from all PL-A, PL-B and PL-D (USB3) series from Pixelink. With StreamPix, it is possible to view, control and acquire images from multiple cameras simultaneously, all in the same user interface. It offers a state of the art user interface, and an enormous amount of usage flexibility for single or multiple camera recording.
PETROG assists the petrographer at all stages of petrographic analysis from the slide through to the final report. The software integrates with the microscope by relaying the image via a Pixelink digital imaging camera. The live image is embedded in PETROG which can then sample and store microscope images.
Pixelink® is the world’s first industrial C-Mount camera manufacturer to include an electronic, focus-controllable liquid lens in its cameras. Leveraging the Varioptic electrowetting liquid lens technology, the newest USB 3.0 auto focus cameras offer low power consumption, high shock resistance, and fast focus change. With an embedded closed loop AutoFocus algorithm, the Pixelink Cameras are designed to be compatible with the Caspian family from Varioptic.