Quad CoaXPress camera features 25 MPixel CMOS sensor

June 24, 2015
Check out the latest industrial camera from Adimec, the SAPPHIRE S-25A70/CXP which features a 25 MPixel Vita 25k CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor and a CoaXPress V1.1 Quad interface (4 x CXP-6) and is designed for automated inspection applications.

Featuring a Quad CoaXPress configuration, the SAPPHIRE S-25A70/CXP industrial camera from Adimec is designed for inline optical metrology applications. The S-25A70/CXP features a 25 MPixel Vita 25k CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor that has a 4.5 µm pixel size and a dynamic range of 52 dB and can reach frame rates of 73 fps. Available in monochrome or color, the camera is equipped with the the CoaXPress V1.1 Quad interface (4 x CXP-6) utilizing Adimec’s new 2 Gigapixels/s camera platform. Additionally, the camera features a defect pixel correction algorithm that maintains high image uniformity even with a high number of defect pixels that are more common in these kinds of sensors. S-25A70 cameras are suitable for use in such automated inspection applications as semiconductor and electronics manufacturing and flat panel displays.

To Learn More:

Contact: Adimec Advanced Imaging Systems
: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
S-25A70/CXP Quad CoaXPress camera
Key Features: CoaXPress V1.1 Quad interface, 25 MPixel Vita 25k CMOS image sensor, 73 fps, 52 dB dynamic range.

What Adimec says:
View more information on the S-25A70/CXP.

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