1280x1024 (1.3 Mega Pixel) GigE area scan industrial camera can meet various visual applications such as mobile phone screen detection, defect detection, electronic components manufacturing, wafer positioning applications, etc.
- Support GenICam ™ and GigE Vision® Standard
- Compact design, to save installation space
- Rugged industrial housing design
- Built-in temperature, power supply real-time monitoring sensor
- Provide professional SDK for GigE machine vision camera
||1280x1024 (1.3 Mega Pixel)
||4.8μm x 4.8μm
|Maximum Frame Rate
||8-bit or 10-bit
||Gigabit Ethernet (100m Transmission Distance)
||DC 6-24V, PoE
||Approx. 3.1W@12V DC, Approx. 3.4W@PoE
||I/O input (external trigger), I/O output, Opto-couplers Isolation
||Image Resolution, RGB gain, Exposure Time, Contrast, Gamma Chart, Image Rollover, Raw, LUT, Black Level Correction
||Support Windows XP/7/8/10
Support 32-bit and 64-bit operating system/Arm/Linux
GigE Camera Dimensions
Tips: What are the differences of CCD and CMOS Industrial Cameras?
Compared with the traditional civilian camera, the industrial camera has high image stability, high transmission capability and high anti-interference capability. Most industrial cameras in the market belong to a CCD (Charge Coupled Device) chip camera or a CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) chip camera.
CCD is the most commonly used image sensor for machine vision. It integrates the photoelectric conversion, charge storage, charge transfer and signal reading, and it’s a typical solid-state imaging device. The prominent feature of CCD is that it takes charge as a signal, rather than the current or voltage as the same with other device. Such an imaging device forms a charge packet by photoelectric conversion, and then transfers and amplifies the output image signal under the effect of driving pulse. A typical CCD camera consists of optical lens, timing and synchronization signal generator, vertical driver and analog/digital signal processing circuit. As a functional device, CCD has the advantages of no burn, no-lag, low working voltage and low power consumption in comparing with the vacuum tube.
CMOS image sensor integrates the photosensitive element array, image signal amplifier, signal reading circuit, analog / digital conversion circuit, image signal processor and controller on a chip. It also has the advantages of programming random access of the local pixels. With the advantages of excellent integration, low power consumption, high speed transmission and wide dynamic range, CMOS image sensor has been widely used in high resolution and high-speed applications.