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Auto Iris GigE Cameras

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 3, 2013 — The Imaging Source’s series of compact GigE industrial cameras enable powered auto iris lenses to be driven.

The six new models, all with auto iris control, are available with CCD and CMOS sensors. The color, monochrome and Bayer models offer resolutions from VGA to 5 MP, with a rate of up to 150 fps.

The cameras measure 29 × 29 × 57 mm with a C/CS lens mount, and they interface with Power over Ethernet (PoE). Binning and region of interest (ROI) are optional.
Jul 2013

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