Video Camera for Processing at the Edge

Aug. 11, 2022
The Mikrotron camera can be tailored to a range of machine vision applications, including laser triangulation, inspection, sorting, additive manufacturing, and metrology, among others.

The Mikrotron EoSens Creation 2.0CXP2 camera allows engineers to embed custom IP (image processing) algorithms into its programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA, which processes video streams at the edge up to 5 Gbps. Equipped with a LUX19HS 2 MPixel CMOS sensor, the EoSens Creation 2.0CXP2 combines high resolution streaming with the CXP-12 interface, switchable between 1, 2 or 4 links, depending on requirements, with each link able to deliver 12.5 Gbps. As a result, the camera is capable of streaming video at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at 2240 frames-per-second (fps), or a maximum 170,575 fps at lower resolutions when utilizing all four CXP lanes. In low light environments, the camera's 20V/Lux @ 550 nm sensitivity helps capture high-contrast, detailed images, while its 60 dB dynamic range acquires usable data in both the darkest and brightest areas of an image. GenICam compliant, the EoSens Creation 2.0CXP2 can be tailored to a range of machine vision applications including laser triangulation, inspection, sorting, additive manufacturing, and metrology, among others.

To Learn More:

Contact: Mikrotron

Headquarters: Unterschleissheim, Germany

Product:EoSens Creation 2.0CXP2

Key Features: Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA, CMOS sensor, GenICam compliant

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