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Industrial Camera

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2015
JAI Inc.Request Info
 
SAN JOSE, Calif. — JAI Go-2400-PGEJAI Inc. has announced the Go-2400-PGE industrial camera featuring Sony’s IMX174, a 2.35-MP global-shutter CMOS imager.

The camera offers a maximum resolution of 1936 × 1216 pixels while running at 48.8 fps over a Gigabit Ethernet Vision interface. Power is provided through the interface or a six-pin GPIO connector. With a small form factor, the camera is light and carries the same industrial-grade specifications as other Go series models to ensure performance in factory environments.

The camera features an 80-G shock rating, 10-G vibration rating and a standard operating temperature range of -5 °C to 45 °C. Deep pixel wells and a low noise architecture allows the device to deliver a signal-to-noise ratio of >60 dB.


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