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  • Artemis-02150
Sep 2009
Kappa optronics GmbHRequest Info
High-Definition Vision Camera
GLEICHEN, Germany, Sept. 17, 2009 – Kappa opto-electronics GmbH has introduced a high-definition vision camera based on a proprietary modular platform with 14-bit digitization. The Artemis-02150 has a GigE Vision interface and produces resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels and operates at a rate of up to 30 fps.

Kappa-Artemis.jpgThe camera features a ?-in. Kodak sensor that, combined with the GigE interface, delivers a data transfer rate of 1 Gb/s. Other features include a low-priced interface on the PC, inexpensive cabling with thin CAT5e cables up to 100 m and a standardized user-friendly communication protocol. Real-time signal processing functions are based on the 14-bit digitization.

Among the functions are adjustments of different exposure modes, readout modes (e.g., binning, partial scan), frame rates, gain and exposure settings, measuring window functions, contrast and edge enhancement (e.g., histogram equalization), line and circular line generators, and dynamic look-up tables.

The color processing offers adjustments for the Bayer filter interpolation, color space transformation and color saturation. The modular camera platform can serve different sensors and signal interfaces and is suitable for use in machine vision, defense, aviation and medical imaging applications.

For more information, visit:  

Kappa opto-electronics GmbH
Kleines Feld 6
37130 Gleichen
Phone: +49 5508 974 230
Fax +49 5508 974 109


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