High-Resolution High-Speed Machine Vision Cameras

March 13, 2017
The EoSens 25CXP+, EoSens 12CXP+ and EoSens 25CL+ from Mikrotron feature high resolution, precise trigger and synchronization, high frame rate and short integration times.

The cameras measure 80 x 80 x 66 mm and are engineered for use in rough environments, without fans that could cause vibration. The CXP+ models come with a 4-channel CXP-6 CoaXPress V1.1 interface, transmitting data at speeds up to 25 Gb/s in real time; while the CL+ camera takes advantage of CameraLink technology. The EoSens 25CXP+ offers 80 frames per second at 5120 x 5120 pixel resolution. The EoSens 12CXP+ offers 165 frames per second at 4096 x 3072 pixel resolution. Windowing down the image resolution further increases the frame rate up to 765 frames per second for 1024 x 768 pixel resolution. The EoSens 25CXP+ offers up to 80 frames per second at the extremely high 5120 x 5120 pixel resolution. Suggested uses include classical machine vision and scientific applications that combine the demand for high resolution as well as high speed. All models of the new high–resolution high-speed camera family are GenICam and EMVA 1288 compliant, enabling easy handling and integration.

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Mikrotron GmbH

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