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Machine vision or the solutions of industrial image processing penetrate ever further into industrial areas, where the best image quality, highest resolution and high speeds are required. SVS-Vistek provides the new one GigE Vision industrial camera SHR461CX from the high-resolution SHR series. With over 100 megapixels, the GigE camera offers an enormous dynamic range of 82 dB. The new rolling shutter sensor IMX461 from Sony also has a resolution of 14.192 x 10.640 pixels and therefore an outstanding image quality.

GigE Vision from SVS-Vistek

In addition to the excellent image sensor, the high dynamics of the GigE cameras enable the GigE camera to be designed in a complex manner. This is the only way to operate the sensor with this low noise. This excellent thermal connection also enables the max. Operating temperature of 70 ° C.

GigE camera for many lenses

The 4: 3 half format Sensor With a 3.76 µm pixel pitch, an M72 mount is suitable for a wide variety of lenses. The GigE camera is equipped with functions with which it can be quickly integrated into an application. That would be lookup tables, ROI, a defect pixel correction and a shading correction. The installation of a sequencer and 4-channel flash controller are self-evident and can be operated via a single GenICam interface.

Four Coaxpress-6 lines ensure fast data connection to the host PC. With a frame rate of 6.1 frames / s, this amounts to almost 630 MB / s. The Coaxpress Interface also guarantees low latency. It can also be used with Power over Coaxpress to supply the camera.

The Super High Resolution Gigabit Ethernet cameras are suitable for markets such as Display inspection (FPN) and Surface Inspection.


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GigE Vision explains:

GigE Vision is a standard interface for industrial image processing. Thanks to it, cameras for industrial applications can be connected to networks using Gigabit Ethernet standards.

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