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SX Cameras
Dec 2009
Baumer Ltd.Request Info
Industrial Vision Cameras
SOUTHINGTON, Conn., Dec. 3, 2009 – For industrial vision applications requiring 1- to 2- megapixel resolutions at frame rates of up to 120 fps, Baumer Ltd. has introduced the SX cameras that feature Kodak’s progressive-scan interline CCD image sensors with Quad-Tap technology.
Offering resolution of 1024 × 1024 pixels, the 1-megapixel cameras achieve speeds of 120 fps, depending upon the number of output taps used. The 2-megapixel cameras offer horizontal and vertical resolutions of 1600 × 1200 pixels and operate at speeds of up to 68 fps. All models are compact, measuring 52 × 52 × 54 mm, and feature a rugged housing and robust electronics that withstand a variety of application environments. All have a 5.5 × 5.5-µm pixel size.

The digital interface is Camera Link Base. This industrial interface transmits data at a rate of 255 MB/s with little latency time. To simplify the integration of these cameras into existing operating software, Baumer provides a modern software development kit containing Baumer-GAPI (a generic application programming interface), many code examples and programming documentation.

Applications for the monochrome and color cameras include measuring technology, medical technology and semiconductor inspection.

For more information, visit:  

Baumer Ltd.
122 Spring Street
Suite C-6
Southington, CT 06489-1534
Phone: (860) 621-2121
Toll Free: (800) 937-9336
Fax: (860) 628-6280


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