- B6620 Machine Vision Cameras
Sep 2011Imperx Inc.Request Info
BOCA RATON, Fla., Sept. 6, 2011 — From high-speed automated inspection of printed circuit boards to rapid 3-D mapping of disaster areas, Imperx Inc. supports a wide range of high-resolution video-capture applications with two 29-megapixel B6620 cameras.
High resolution is important for a variety of video-capture applications, where large areas must be viewed in fine detail. Shutter speeds of up to 1.25 × 10-5 s freeze rapid motion. Frame rates up to 2.4 fps follow rapidly evolving scenes. Standard F-mount enables fitting the cameras to almost any optical system requirement. The cameras’ ability to image at light levels as low as 1 lx (f/1.4) allows capturing dimly lit scenes.
Applications include automated inspection, military reconnaissance, disaster relief, automated vehicle navigation and biomedical research.
The cameras’ 60 × 60 × 45-mm size, light weight (320 g), wide operating temperature range (−30 to 85 °C), low power consumption (3.6 W at 12 V) and high shock rating (10 g at 20 to 200 Hz and 70-g sustained acceleration make them suitable for a variety of research and testing applications under harsh conditions.
Features include an RS-232 interface that allows programming with up to eight independent areas of interest; 8-, 10-, 12- or 14-bit output formats; and binning of up to eight pixels horizontally and vertically for variable image resolution under automated control. Programmable long integration time of up to 16 s enables imaging static scenes under extreme low-light conditions.
Two models are available: the IGV-B6620 outputs video over Gigabit Ethernet, and the ICL-B6620, over Base Camera Link.