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CMOS Cameras

Industrial Photonics
Jan 2018
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TAUFKIRCHEN, Germany — CMOS CamerasFramos GmbH has announced Smartek Vision’s family of twentynine CMOS cameras for machine vision applications.

The camera line fits GigE Vision and USB3 Vision with a new high-speed sensor front-end into a miniature housing, featuring standardized connectivity, enhanced processing capabilities and a flexible customization concept. Optimized for the latest CMOS image sensors, the twentynine camera family comes with the ability to drive all the latest SONY Pregius and ON Semiconductor Python image sensors with up to 18-MP resolution to maximize both camera interface options.

With pixel sizes from 5.86 to 3.45 µm, down to 1.25 µm, sensor formats from 1/2.8 to 1/3 in., as well as high frame rates, camera-sensor combinations can be found for various applications.


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