multiscan

multiscan

(hardware)
A monitor that can synchronise to a variety of horizontal scan rates and refresh rates, allowing it to display images at different resolutions.
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Multiscan

A family of multifrequency monitors from Sony. See multifrequency monitor.
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The LRTA has already bought 80 air-conditioning units for the 10 trains (eight for each four-coach train set) from South Korea-based Multiscan Corp.-MRail Inc.
Discovery Multiscan software reads, decodes and validates the QRcode, extracts the unique fingerprint image and interrogates the ScanTrust Cloud system to authenticate the code at the start of each job.
Food manufacturers attending PACK EXPO International 2018 experienced the benefits of a multi-frequency metal detection technology called multiscan, designed to provide improved sensitivity and increased probability of detection compared to previous technologies from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
The solution will include WXR-2100 MultiScan as well as new MFD-255 and MFD-268 Multi-Function Displays, according to Rockwell Collins.
Using the MultiScan MS20, stability and aging characteristics of emulsions and dispersions can be performed automatically and operator-independently from +4[degrees]C to +80[degrees]C.
And Thermo Fisher Scientific's Bob Ries explains, on Page 24, How Multiscan Technology Will Revolutionize Metal Detection And Food Safety.
Array CGH was scanned on Olympus BX60 (OLYMPUS Corp., Japan) and data were extracted and analyzed using Multiscan medical image analysis system (SONY Corp., Tokyo, Japan).
Lake Image Systems, a developer and manufacturer of imaging and scanning technologies, offers Discovery MultiScan and Discovery MaxScan for the label and narrow web printing industry.
Using an optical microscope (Keyence VHX multiscan VHZ 50L), a 3D reconstruction of the surface volume was obtained.
Measurements were conducted using MultiScan software, that allows morfometric analysis of objects in the scaled photographs.
It follows the Introduction of the MultiScan, which has been deployed by OpSec specifically to read and verify data such as barcodes and OCR printed on highly-reflective holographic backgrounds, and which is being used to inspect the holographic tax stamps produced for Michigan, USA.

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