Entry-Level Camera Enlist CMOS And CCD Sensors

Entry-Level Camera Enlist CMOS And CCD Sensors

Expanding the Mako entry-level camera family are five models ranging from VGA to 1.9 Mpixels with frame rates up to 309 fps. With frame rates exceeding 300 fps, the G-030 targets industrial inspection applications with a CMOS sensor from CMOSIS. It delivers a frame rate up to 309 fps at full VGA resolution and provides a high dynamic range (HDR) mode and built-in defect pixel correction. The G-050 and G-095 employ Sony CCD sensors. The G-050 features the ICX693 with 0.5 Mpixels and the G-095 enlists the ICX692 with 0.9 Megapixels/720p HD resolution. Bothe cameras suit low light image-processing applications such as microscopy and surveillance. Occupying the middle of the Mako range, the G-131 and G-192 use CMOS sensors from e2v. The G-131 and G-192 offer 1.3 and 1.9 Mpixel resolutions, respectively, employing EV76C560 and EV76C570 Sapphire CMOS sensors with switchable shutter modes (rolling, global, and global reset). Both models offer high frame rates at 62 fps and 60 fps. For more specs and info, visit:

G-030: http://www.alliedvisiontec.com/emea/products/cameras/gigabit-ethernet/mako/g-030bc.html
G-050: http://www.alliedvisiontec.com/emea/products/cameras/gigabit-ethernet/mako/g-050bc.html
G-095: http://www.alliedvisiontec.com/emea/products/cameras/gigabit-ethernet/mako/g-095bc.html
G-131: http://www.alliedvisiontec.com/emea/products/cameras/gigabit-ethernet/mako/g-131bc.html
G-192: http://www.alliedvisiontec.com/emea/products/cameras/gigabit-ethernet/mako/g-192bc.html

Allied Vision Technologies Inc.
Newburyport, MA

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