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Glenn Abrahamsson

Technical Sales/Senior Advisor - Sensor, ID & Vision solutions

+46 702 355 685

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Klas Bengtsson

Technical Sales

+46 730 766 721

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Cameras


Here you find our PC-based Cameras. You might want eyes for your Robot, want to do quality check on timber, check your tickets coming out of the printer. Recab have a wide selection of PC-based Cameras from VGA to 50 megapixels, line cameras, high speed cameras.

  • Area Cameras – Cameras available with CCD, CMOS, colour or BW.
  • Line Cameras –  can take pictures on objects that moves or are round. BW line cameras for fast moving objects
  • High Speed Cameras – Fast memories to store data before transfer to a host computer after recording.
  • Scientific Cameras – used where you want as little noise as possible. Might be a microscope. Cameras often use cooled sensors to minimize noise.

We have products, solutions & support for your daily business, find a selection of our offer below or read more about our Engineering capabilities 

PC-based Cameras

Area Cameras

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Area Cameras as it sounds take a normal picture. We have a wide range of cameras with different utilities. Starting from value line cameras up to high sensitive cameras, IP classed programmable via FPGA. Recab have cameras from VGA resolution to over 50 Mpixels and different interfaces.

Line Cameras

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Line Cameras have a sensors that are just a few pixels high but many pixcels wide. Thus one can take pictures on objects that moves or are round. These lines can be put together to a picture as long as wanted.

High Speed Cameras

PCO High-speed Cameras

Use High Speed Cameras when you want to trace fast events. Different variants available, some use fast sensors and traditional interface to continuously transfer data to a computer

Scientific Cameras

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Scientific Cameras are used where you want as little noise as possible. Might be a microscope. Cameras often use cooled sensors to minimize noise.