Embedded Imaging System Hits The Industrial Market

Showcasing at Photonics West, Critical Link’s MityCAM-C50000 and MitySOM-A10S imaging systems support OpenCL and high-level synthesis (HLS) tools for accelerating design cycles and targeting C/C++ code to the FPGA. Processor boards run embedded Linux out of the box and provides ease of customization for complex imaging platforms.


The MityCAM-C50000, is an imaging system specially designed as an evaluation platform for the CMV50000 high-speed image sensor from ams / CMOSIS. The global shutter sensor features a 47.5-Mpixel resolution at 30 fps plus mono and RGB color options, with low dark noise and high dynamic range. The system provides multiple interfaces including USB3 Vision and HDMI preview as standard, with custom options that include CoaXPress, Camera Link, and GigE Vision.

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The MityCAM-C50000 is an open architecture design that utilizes Critical Link’s MitySOM-A10S image processing board. This system on module (SOM) family features dual core Cortex-A9 ARMs with up to 480KLE user-programmable FPGA fabric, DDR4 memory, and 12 high-speed transceiver pairs. The board is available in two configurations: as a stack-through board for use in camera designs, and with bottom-side, rugged board-to-board connectors for integration with an industrial baseboard.


For more details, peruse the MityCAM-C50000 datasheet and the MitySOM-A10S datasheet. Also, visit Critical Link and/or email [email protected].

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