Machine Vision

Machine Vision (MV) is the application of computer vision to industry and manufacturing. These machines are used in repetitive narrowly defined tasks where the repeatability of measurements is critical.

Common applications include inspection of manufactured goods, semiconductor chips, automobiles, food and pharmaceuticals.

Innovative uses for MV systems are emerging in a variety of industrial applications, including computer science, optics, mechanical engineering, and industrial automation.

LCD Lighting works with OEMs to innovate unique processing methods and lamp color considerations to aid increasing product quality while reducing waste and costly errors.

Custom Shapes

We can customize any shape to meet individual OEM application design specifications.

Custom Colors

Readily available colors include: cool white, warm white, daylight, blue, green, red, and tri-band. We also provide ultraviolet and infrared phosphors. Colors can be blended to produce the precise desired color requirements in a wide range within the visible spectrum. Please visit our High CRI page for more information.

custom lamp colors

Harness Assemblies Available

LCD Lighting can work with OEMs to make connections for their specific applications. Please visit or Lamp Sub-Assembly page for more information about our value-added solutions. 

Aperture & Reflectors Aperture and Reflector Options

Our apertures and reflectors can be tailor-made for OEM unique design needs. Customization includes:

  • Diameters as small as 3mm, depending upon the design of the lamp.
  • Apertures added to bent lamps.
  • Standard phosphors can be blended for customization, matching your exact color requirements in a wide range within the visible spectrum. Standard colors include cool white, warm white, daylight, blue, green, red, ultraviolet, infrared, and tri-band.
  • Custom etch and special end caps are available. Ceramic end caps improve appearance and make installation easier.

Please visit our Aperture and Reflector page for more information.

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