Stemmer Imaging says it can offer the world's fastest GigE vision camera with 2 Mpixel HD (1080p) resolution to enable images to be transmitted at high speed and in true broadcast format. With data transmission at an unprecedented 240MB/s through the dual GigE Vision (Link Aggregation Group technology) interface, the AVT Prosilica GX1910 camera ensures that there is no trade-off between resolution and speed.
The high-quality HD image format makes the GX1910 highly suitable for a variety of applications, including public security, surveillance, traffic imaging and ophthalmology as well as industrial applications such as industrial inspection, machine vision and medical imaging. An innovative dedicated lens control interface provides three-axis motorised lens control and video auto-iris functionality. This enables the camera to adapt to changing lighting or object distance conditions in demanding applications such as outdoor imaging or intelligent transportation systems.
Also well suited for industrial applications, the GX1910 comes in a compact, ribbed camera housing that is specially designed for heat dissipation. With its rugged enclosure and optimised thermal management, it delivers high-quality images even in tough environments with temperatures up to 50degC (122degF).
The GX1910 runs 63 frames per second at 1920 x1080 resolution or even faster with smaller region-of-interest readouts. It has two Gigabit Ethernet ports configured as a Link Aggregation Group to provide a sustained maximum data rate of 240 MBytes per second over conventional Cat5e cables up to 100m long.