GigE Area Scan Camera with Sony CMOS Sensor

Sept. 22, 2022
The camera is suitable for high-speed inspection applications in electronics, food processing, and pharmaceuticals.

Teledyne FLIR has introduced the Forge 5GigE area scan family of C-mount machine vision cameras. Available in the fourth quarter of 2022, the first models extend the Genie Nano 5 GigE sensor offering by integrating 5 to 24 MPixel Sony Pregius Gen 4 IMX547 Global Shutter CMOS sensor. In addition to supporting link speeds of 1, 2.5, and 5 GigE, Forge offers burst mode to capture images at speeds up to 10 Gbps. This, combined with a 500 MB image buffer, allows engineers to rapidly capture information in bursts for high-speed applications. Other Forge features include power over ethernet, thermal management, and opto-isolated triggering. Forge cameras support both Teledyne Spinnaker and Sapera LT SDKs and GigE Vision compliant software packages. Rorge is suitable for high-speed inspection applications in  electronics, food processing, and pharmaceuticals.

 To Learn More:

Contact: Teledyne FLIR 

Headquarters: Wilsonville, OR

Product: Forge 5GigE

Key Features: Resolution of 2448 x 2048, Frame rate of 120 fps, C-mount compatible.

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