Teledyne e2v Limited News

Teledyne e2v’s Hong Kong headquarters supports operations across Asia Pacific

Teledyne e2v announced that it has relocated its Asia Pacific headquarters to a brand new facility in the Hong Kong Science Park. Today’s grand opening of the new office signifies Teledyne e2v’s commitment to growth in Asia and enables the group to strengthen its ties with existing business partners and extend its reach to new customers in the region. Teledyne e2v’s strategically located Hong Kong office will provide sales, technical and operational support to customers across...

Teledyne e2v’s re-engineered commercial microprocessors to be used in Thales Alenia Space’s OBC

Teledyne e2v has set a European mission first by re-engineering commercial microprocessors that provide Thales Alenia Space with a major increase in processing speed and power for lightning imaging satellites’ on-board computer (OBC) Thales Alenia Space has gained a 10-times increase in the processing speed and power for its OBC, with the design and qualification process cut by up to four years, thanks to Teledyne e2v’s expertise of transforming the latest commercial grade processor...

DSEI 2017: General Sir Chris Deverell announced as keynote speaker

General Sir Chris Deverell KCB MBE ADC Gen, Commander, Joint Forces Command will be delivering a keynote address at Defence and Security Equipment International 2017 (DSEI 2017) exhibition on Tuesday, 12th September. The event is expected to be the sector’s most comprehensive presentation of defence, military, aerospace, and security capabilities, when it takes place at ExCeL London later this year. 1,600 companies will exhibit at the exhibition, including SMEs and primes such as BAE...

Teledyne e2v introduces OctoPlus line scan cameras for Optical Coherence Tomography applications

Teledyne e2v, an innovator of imaging solutions, has developed a new range of line scan cameras for Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) applications in healthcare and industrial markets. The new OctoPlus range will have an immediate impact in ophthalmic OCT by reducing patient examination times and increasing the field of view available to practitioners when carrying out non-invasive eye examinations. Image sensor pixel architecture OctoPlus was developed following discussions with doctors and...

Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017 to focus on fighting terrorism and boosting global security

The event will showcase a wide range of product innovations from more than 350 exhibitors Terrorism has become part of everyday life. Over the past 12 months, Europe has experienced some the deadliest attacks in its history and the threat level remains high worldwide. One of the main issues facing global security professionals today is the breakup of the so-called Islamic State’s caliphate. Following the liberation of Mosel and the assault on Raqqa, it is becoming incre...

e2v line scan cameras with NBASE-T Ethernet frame grabber-less interface now available

The availability of the new ELiiXA+ and UNiiQA+ cameras with an NBASE-T connection offers defect detection accuracy without increasing the cost of imaging From November 2016, e2v's UNiiQA+ and ELiiXA+ colour line scan cameras will be available with an NBASE-T Ethernet frame grabber-less interface. This will provide customers with a more cost effective solution to transmit uncompressed, high bandwidth images from the cameras into their systems at the highest possible speeds. Th...

e2v Onyx EV76C664 1.3-megapixel CMOS image sensor for outdoor security cameras

Embedded active imaging system in Onyx EV76C664 synchronises external illumination and internal electronic shuttering e2v has announced the launch of the Onyx 1.3-megapixel CMOS image sensor. This new sensor has been designed using e2v’s advanced CMOS imaging technology, making it ideal for low light applications where premium performance imaging is required. The Onyx EV76C664 has an innovative pixel design which offers excellent sensitivity and performance in the near...

e2v unveils new version of the Sapphire 2-megapixel CMOS image sensor

The new sensor is available in colour and in black and white e2v’s Sapphire family of CMOS image sensors has been expanded to include a new 2-megapixel variant, which is manufactured with a microlens designed to accept a Chief Ray Angle (CRA) as low as zero degrees. This feature significantly improves performance with excellent uniformity of response over the whole array area, ideal for applications such as microscopy. New applications and improved performance The new...

e2v introduces dual-line ELiiXA+ line scan cameras

The dual-line model features e2v’s multi-line CMOS technology and combine high responsivity with an extremely low noise level e2v’s ELiiXA+ family of line scan cameras has been expanded to include two new dual-line 8k monochrome models, providing customers with 5μm pixels that can be operated in two active CMOS line modes (depending on user settings). This enables users to achieve higher line rates and sensitivity, at a very attractive price. The dual-line...

Avon Rubber acquires Argus thermal imaging camera business from e2v technologies

Addition of argus, the thermal imaging camera business of e2v, will further broaden Avon’s products offerings to its customers Avon Rubber has acquired the thermal imaging camera business argus, a subsidiary of e2v technologies plc. Argus, based in Chelmsford, UK, is a leading designer and manufacturer of thermal imaging cameras for first responder and fire markets. Commenting, Andrew Lewis, Interim Chief Executive Officer, said “The addition of argus to the Grou...

e2v moves to new Beijing office, extends regional offering in China

e2v’s new facility provides services for its RF Power customers and supporting new product development e2v, a leading global provider of innovative technology for high performance systems and equipment, announces its move to new offices in Chaoyang District, Beijing. e2v’s new facility provides services for its RF Power customers, supporting their new product development and offering faster in-country service for their installed bases. As part of e2v’s growt...

e2v image sensors to capture close-up images of Pluto

e2v’s two specialist image sensors, LORRI and Ralph, were chosen for this mission Global technology firm e2v, has provided NASA’s New Horizons Mission with two image sensors which hope to capture the first ever close-up images of Pluto. NASA’s Pluto mission New Horizons which launched in January 2006 plans to examine Pluto, its moon Charon and other icy worlds at the edge of our solar system. After travelling over three billion miles to reach Pluto, it will...