SMARTEK Vision presents: A New Business Class camera range for Economy prices
3, 6 and 9 megapixels, SONY CCD sensors, simple to integrate with Windows and Linux
SONY is making advances into new dimensions of light sensitivity, resolution and speed with its latest 2.8, 6 and 9 megapixel sensors. Thanks to our development team’s many years of experience, the new Giganetix™ Plus series offers optimum image contrast in applications with very short exposure times, such as the automation of production and logistical processes involving rapidly moving objects. In video surveillance applications for outdoor facilities or boundaries, the near infrared sensitivity and resolution of the cameras allow new system designs to meet higher requirements.
In addition to the excellent image sensors and outstanding image quality, the cameras offer a broad range of functions including two control input and outputs, supply of power via Ethernet cable (PoE) and the refined software development kit for Windows and Linux. The compact housing measures just 50x50x48 mm and ensures maximum heat dissipation from the image sensor. The sensor architecture and the first-class layout of the readout electronics has also been developed to provide the optimum signal-to-noise ratio.
As with the existing camera ranges from SMARTEK Vision, customers benefit from the full compatibility of the hardware and software with industry standards (GigE Vision®, C-Mount lens holder, RJ45 and Hirose-compatible ports), enabling prompt and seamless integration into existing, cost-critical systems with no compromise on quality. Just as you’re always used to getting from SMARTEK Vision: “Business Class Products for Economy Prices”.
FRAMOS has been established as an innovative and sustainable partner in the area of industrial image processing for more than 30 years. Together with our comprehensive portfolio of imaging components including sensors, companion chips, cameras, optics, lightings and various accessories, we support our customers with a real variety of development services, ranging from short-term solutions for complex demands up to large scale marketable developments of complete systems. On this basis, we find or develop solutions for the key challenges in image processing, so that our customers can focus on increasing their competitive advantage.
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