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Small Industrial CamerasJAI A/S has announced three new models for its Go-X series of small industrial cameras.

The cost-efficient camera models are built around Sony's STARVIS sensor platform featuring CMOS rolling shutter technology, resulting in 6.3-, 12.2-, and 20-MP resolutions, all available in monochrome and color versions. The sensor design utilizes back-side illumination technology featuring a simpler and more compact pixel architecture leading to high light sensitivity and quantum efficiency. A global reset function allows users to combine the advantages of global and rolling shutter in applications where flash illumination can be used.

Applications include vision systems monitoring critical factory manufacturing, warehousing, and robotics operations. High shock and vibration ratings of 80 G and 10 G, respectively, are designed to optimally dissipate heat to avoid breakdowns in typical industrial environments and under nonstop operating conditions.
Aug 2021
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