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Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions has announced the Sony XCG-CG160 SXGA module.

The camera, which features a 1/3-type IMX273 sensor, is a low-disruption way to move from CCD to GSCMOS. The IMX273 shares comparable sensor and pixel size characteristics with the Sony ICX445, but offers technological improvements in sensitivity, dynamic range, noise reduction and frame rate capability. The XCG-CG160 delivers 75 8-bit color or black/white fps and includes defect-pixel correction, shading correction with both peak and average detection, and area gain to automatically adjust for the target object. The module also supports 2 × 2 multiregion of interest, flip and binning.

The first modules use the GigE standard and run at 75 fps in SXGA resolution. The modules are targeted at a wide array of markets from print, robotics and inspection to IT, medical, logistics and general imaging.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2018

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