Allied Vision has announced that the first four models of the new Alvium camera series are now available. All Alvium cameras includes an application-specific integrated circuit, integrated image signal processor, and image processing library.
Alvium 1500 series cameras are equipped with a MIPI CSI-2 interface with 1, 2, or 4 lanes and 1 or 5 GBps per lane. Software integration is provided via Video4Linux2 to Gstreamer and OpenCV, or direct register access.
The 1500 C-050 model features an ON Semi PYTHON 480 sensor with 0.5 MPixel resolution, 4.8 µm pixel, and 116 fps. The 1500 C-120 model features an ON Semi AR0135CS sensor with 1.2 MPixel resolution, 3.75 µm pixel, and 50 fps. The 1500 C-500 features an ON Semi AR0521 sensor with 5 MPixel resolution, 2.2 µm pixel, and 67 fps.
The 1800 U-500 model is equipped with a USB3 Vision interface, an ON Semi AR0521 sensor with 5 MPixel resolution, 2.2 µm pixel, 67 fps, and GenICam support.
To Learn More:
Contact: Allied Vision
Headquarters: Stadtroda, Germany
Product: 1500 and 1800 model Alvium series cameras
Key Features: MIPI CSI-2 or USB3 interface, ON Semi image sensor selection, application-specific integrated circuit, integrated image signal processor, image processing library
What Allied Vision says: View more information on the 1500 and 1800 model Alvium series cameras.
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