Mikotron releases company’s first CoaXPress 2.0 camera
The camera is equipped with four CXP-12 connections, for a maximum data transfer rate of 50 Gbits/s.
The EoSens 1.1 CXP2 model camera features the CoaXPress 2.0 interface, with a maximum bandwidth of 12.5 Gbit/s. The camera is equipped with four CXP-12 connections, for a maximum data transfer rate of 50 Gbits/s, allowing 3,600 fps at full 1280 x 864 resolution, or as high as 150,000 fps at reduced resolution. The CoaXPress 2.0 interface also eliminates the need for a separate I/O cable and offers Power-over-CXP functionality.
Equipped with a LUX13HS CMOS global shutter image sensor with 13.7 µm pixel size, 60 dB dynamic range, and sensitivity of 20 V/lux-s @ 550nm, in a 4/3” optical format, the EoSens 1.1 CXP2 can transmit data over standard 75 Ohm coaxial cables at lengths of up 100 m at CXP-10 or up to 35 m at CXP-12.
The EoSens 1.1 CXP2 is GenICam compliant, and features a 80 x 80 x 53 mm fanless housing.
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Headquarters: Unterschleissheim, Germany
Product: EoSens 1.1 CXP2
Key Features: CoaXPress 2 interface, Luxima 1.1 MPixel CMOS image sensor, 3,600 fps at 280 x 864, 20 V/lux-s @ 550nm sensitivity.
What Mikotron says: View more information on the EoSens 1.1 CXP2.
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