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Polarization Vision Cameras

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Polarization Vision CamerasLUCID Vision Labs Inc. has added 3.2- and 5-MP polarization models to its series of Triton GigE Vision cameras.

The 3.2-MP Triton camera features the 1/1.8-in. Sony IMX265 global shutter CMOS sensor running at 38 fps. The 5-MP polarization Triton models feature the 2/3-in. Sony IMX250MZR monochrome and the IMX250MYR color global shutter CMOS sensors running at 24 fps. Featuring a pixel size of 3.45 μm, the polarization image sensors have four different directional polarizing filters of 0°, 90°, 45°, and 135°.

Active sensor alignment for high optical performance; a lightweight, compact 29-mm size; and IP67 protection make the Triton camera suitable for any industrial environment.

Feb/Mar 2019

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