Camera Races At 50 Gb/s

The CamPerform-Cyclone high-speed camera series from Optronis achieves an overall data transfer rate of 50 Gbit/s. This is said to be the result of the camera’s CXP-12 interface and four CXP-12 channels. 

 

With the latest 2.0 version of the CXP-12 CoaxPress interface, about to be launched officially, the camera features one of the market’s most modern data transfer technologies. Designed for 2D/3D AOI and 2D/3D measuring tasks, the camera models offer an appropriate response to the demand for data of machine vision applications. The CamPerform-Cyclone will be available in Q1/19. For more information, visit Optronis.

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