Machine vision cameras from The Imaging Source feature Sony CMOS sensors

July 6, 2015
The latest machine vision cameras introduced by The Imaging Source are available in both USB 3.0 and GigE models and feature the Sony IMX236 progressive scan CMOS image sensor.

Available in both USB 3.0 and GigE versions, the latest machine vision cameras released by The Imaging Source feature the Sony IMX236 progressive scan CMOS image sensor and target such applications as microscopy, industrial automation, quality assurance, logistics, medicine, science, and security. With the 2 MPixel IMX236 image sensor 2.8 µm pixel size, the cameras achieve frame rates of 36 fps (GigE) and 60 fps (USB 3.0.) The cameras ship with C/CS or S-Mount and are available in color or monochrome with integrated wide dynamic range. Additionally, the machine vision cameras ship with drivers for LabVIEW, HALCON, MERLIC, VisionPro, DirectX, Twain, and NeuroCheck software, as well as end-user applications, an SDK consisting of .NET and ActiveX components, and a C++ class library for W7/8, Vista, and XP.

To Learn More:

Contact: The Imaging Source
Headquarters: Charlotte, NC, USA
DFK 23UX236/DMK 23UX236 (USB 3.0) DMK 23GX236/DFK 23GX236 (GigE) machine vision cameras
Key Features: 2 MPixel Sony IMX236 CMOS image sensors, 2.8 µm pixel size, USB 3.0 and GigE interfaces, SDK, third-party drivers.

What The Imaging Source says:
View more information on the color USB 3.0 model.
View more information on the mono USB 3.0 model.
View more information on the color GigE model.
View more information on the mono GigE model.

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Since joining the team 2013, James covered machine vision and imaging from numerous angles, including application stories, industry news, market updates, and new products. In addition to writing and editing articles for each issue of the magazine, James managed the Innovators Awards program and webcasts.

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