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Machine Vision Camera

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2010
ViewBitsRequest Info
Viewbits, a division of Computer Modules Inc., has launched a 12-megapixel, 25-fps machine vision camera with a 1.9-in. monochrome progressive-scan CMOS sensor. The Iyeron is compact and shock-resistant. The window of interest partial scanning mode delivers the fast frame rate and can be programmed to display up to 28 square windows within one image, and the user can select certain ones to be read out. Features include a Camera Link interface, a 4:3 aspect ratio, and electronic global and random trigger shutters. Applications include high-speed video capture, factory automation, robotics, military, and medical and scientific imaging. Pixel size is 6 x 6 µm, minimum illumination is 30 lx, gain control is from 0 to 18 dB, and power consumption is ~5 W from a 12-VDC supply.


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