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GigE Cameras with IP67 Housings
Jan 2009
Baumer Ltd.Request Info
SOUTHINGTON, Conn., Jan. 27, 2009 – For harsh and demanding end-use applications, Baumer Electric Ltd. has introduced GigE cameras engineered with IP67-rated enclosures that withstand both moisture and particulate contamination. All critical components on the TXG cameras are contained within the IP67 housing – specifically the electronics, the CCD sensor and the lens C-mount.Baumer-GigE-camera.jpg 

The enclosure is available in four lengths corresponding to length of lens. The design of the enclosure eliminates the potential for misalignment or defocusing of the lens, problems that can corrupt the vision system’s precision. The cameras have industrial M-12 connectors that interface with the network. Other features include low readout noise and minimal heat generation. 

High-speed multicamera operation is available at rates of up to 90 fps, with VGA to 5-megapixel resolution. Image formats can be changed on an impromptu basis. Standard functions include gain, offset and exposure time settings as well as binning and true partial-scan (region of interest) readout modes for faster frame rates or improved sensitivity in low-light applications. A generic application programming interface facilitates integration into any application and provides camera control.

For more information, visit:

Baumer Electric Ltd.
122 Spring Street
Suite C-6
Southington, CT 06489
Phone: (860) 228-8056
Fax: (860) 628-6280



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