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29-Megapixel Camera

Photonics.com
May 2012
Imperx Inc.Request Info
 
BOCA RATON, Fla., May 8, 2012 — Imperx Inc. has introduced its four-tap Bobcat camera series. Led by the 29-megapixel ICL-B6640 Bobcat, the cameras meet demanding imaging requirements, operate over a temperature range of −40 to 85 °C and offer a mean time between failures of >660,000 h at 40 °C.

The B6640 produces 6600 × 4400-pixel resolution and operates at 5 fps at full resolution. Available in monochrome, color and Truesense color, with 8-, 10- and 12-bit output, the fully programmable camera consumes 7.8 W.

The company developed the B6640 in response to the demands of its military and industrial clients for a high-resolution compact camera that can operate without fail in harsh environments.

It measures 60 × 60 × 53 mm, is lightweight and is enclosed in a rugged housing. It also is suitable for medical and scientific applications.

Standard features include Base or Medium Camera Link, binning of up to eight pixels horizontally and vertically for variable image resolution, a Truesense Imaging KAI-29050 sensor, eight independent areas of interest and five triggering modes.


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