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GigE Cameras

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2010
Baumer Ltd.Request Info
 
Baumer’s SXG Dual GigE cameras are for machine vision applications requiring high speed and resolutions. The instruments transfer data at rates as fast as 240 MB/s and at distances of up to 100 m. Offering double the bandwidth of standard GigE cameras, the Dual GigE’s simple interface features two Ethernet cables that improve security and ensure that data is maintained, even if one Ethernet cable is disconnected. The cameras are equipped with state-of-the-art Kodak sensors featuring quad tap readouts to simultaneously deliver good image quality and high frame rates. Image resolution ranges from 1 to 8 megapixels, and the frames per second rates range from 16 to 120. All SXG Dual GigE cameras are available with Power over Ethernet technology, eliminating the need for a separate power cable.


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GLOSSARY
image quality
A measure of the closeness with which an optical image is capable of resembling the original object. The factors that affect image quality are lens aberrations, diffraction, dirt and stray light within the system, and atmospheric turbulence and haze outside it. If the image is recorded photographically, it can become further degraded by image motion during exposure and by light diffusion in the emulsion. At one time image quality was expressed by its resolving power, but today a more meaningful...
resolution
1. In optics, the ability of a lens system to reproduce the points, lines and surfaces in an object as separate entities in the image. 2. The minimum adjustment increment effectively achievable by a positioning mechanism. 3. In image processing, the accuracy with which brightness, spatial parameters and frame rate are divided into discrete levels.
sensor
1. A generic term for detector. 2. A complete optical/mechanical/electronic system that contains some form of radiation detector.
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