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Board-Level Camera

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SOUTHINGTON, Conn., April 23, 2013 — Baumer Ltd. has released the MXG03, a board-level camera equipped with Cmosis NV’s CMV300 VGA sensor. The camera delivers 250 fps for applications including packaging, industrial automation, semiconductor manufacturing, life sciences and laboratory testing.

Available in monochrome or color versions, the instrument uses a flex print to connect the sensor and system board, enabling it to fit easily into small spaces and almost any mechanical design. An integrated global shutter with correlated double sampling allows it to detect fast movements with low readout noise and good image quality. A GigE standard interface provides high bandwidth, reduces integration and supports the installation of camera networks.

Trigger, packet or transmission delay; and storable user sets or an optional Power-over-Ethernet power supply are standard features.
Apr 2013

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