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Extremely Compact Image Processing Cameras

by editorial staff WORLD OF INDUSTRIES


A high image quality and an extremely small design characterizes the new 10GigE camera series FXO from SVS-Vistek for industrial image processing. SVS-Vistek uses the new Pregius S sensors of the fourth generation from Sony and the 10GigE interface for their new FXO camera series. The new sensors deliver excellent image quality with a dynamic range of approximately 70 dB.

The basis for this is, on the one hand, the integrated Pregius S Gen4 sensor with its relatively small pixels of 2,74 x 2,74 µm and, on the other hand, a sophisticated heating concept. The heat distribution in a camera plays a decisive role in image homogeneity. This applies even more to cameras that, like the FXO, are equipped with a 10GigE high-speed interface that generates considerable heat when in operation.

The FXO camera series includes models with resolutions from 16.1 to 24.5 megapixels and frame rates from 30.1 to 45 frames per second. With only 50 x 50 mm, the cameras have one of the smallest dimensions on the market and are therefore particularly easy to integrate into applications. The many mounting holes on the solid housing are typical for cameras from SVS-Vistek and simplify mechanical integration.

Source: SVS-Vistek

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