Stemmer Imaging is introducing the 2/3inch format AVT Prosilica GX1920 camera that is said to add exceptional near-infrared (NIR) sensitivity and low-light imaging performance in HD format to the superfast 240MB/s data transmission capability of the GX series of dual GigE Vision cameras from AVT. This outstanding light response in both the infrared and visible regions of the spectrum comes from the new Sony ICX674 CCD sensor with ExView HAD technology.
Available in monochrome and colour versions with 1936 x 1456 pixel (2.82 MPixel) resolution and operating at 40fps, the EXview HAD CCD technology provides low noise, anti-blooming and excellent image quality, as well as near-infrared and low-light imaging capabilities. This extremely versatile imaging device can be used in a wide range of applications from night-time surveillance to industrial vision and factory automation systems and scientific measurement. In addition, it can contribute to automotive safety in car-mounted cameras as well as intelligent transport systems.
The GX1920 provides the same outstanding sustained maximum data rate of 240MB/s over conventional Cat5e cables up to 100m long as the other cameras in the Prosilica GX range by using two Gigabit Ethernet ports configured as a Link Aggregation Group. This configuration uses two cables to double the traditional GigE vision data transmission rate, or a single cable for data transmission at 120MB/s.
In addition to its speed, resolution and sensitivity, the GX1920 offers a host of smart features to enhance further its imaging versatility. These include: auto exposure, gain and white balance; flexible binning; Region of Interest readout; StreamBytesPerSecond for easy bandwidth control; asynchronous external trigger and sync I/O; global shutter; recorder and multiframe acquisition modes; three-axis motorised lens control and video-type autoiris.
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