USB 3.0 cameras from PixeLINK feature latest Sony CMOS image sensors
Learn more about the newly-released USB 3.0 cameras from PixeLINK, the PL-D752 and the PL-D792 cameras, both of which feature CMOS image sensors from Sony and target such applications as machine vision, medical imaging, biometrics, and fluorescence microscopy applications.
Adding to its line of industrial USB 3.0 cameras, PixeLINK has announced the release of the PL-D752 and the PL-D792 cameras, both of which feature CMOS image sensors from Sony. The PL-D752 features Sony’s IMX174 image sensor, a 2.3 MPixel CMOS sensor with a 5.86 µm pixel size that is offered in both 10 and 12-bit versions and achieves speeds of 164 fps.
The PL-D792 camera features the IMX249 sensor— also a 2.3 MPixel sensor with a 5.86 µm pixel size—achieves a frame rate of 30 fps at full resolution. The PL-D792 camera is available in 8 and 12-bit versions. Both cameras are available in board-level or enclosed versions and target such applications as machine vision, medical imaging, biometrics, and fluorescence microscopy applications.
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Product: USB 3.0 cameras with Sony CMOS image sensors
Key Features: 2.3 MPixel Sony CMOS image sensors with 5.86 µm pixel size (IMX174 and IMX249), 164 fps (PL-D752), 30 fps (PL-D792), USB 3.0 interface, board/enclosed versions.
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