AtSPIE DSS from April 21-23, Critical Link will showcase its MityCAM line of scientific imaging cameras. The cameras, the MityCAM-B2521F (pictured), MityCAM-B1910F, and MityCAM-C8000 combine the processing technology in Critical Link’s Cyclone V SoC-based system on module with image sensors from such manufacturers as CMOSIS and Fairchild Imaging.
The MityCAM-C8000 features a CMV8000 8 MPixel sensor with a 5.5 µm pixel size from CMOSIS that achieves a 95 fps frame rate in 10-bit output mode. The MityCAM-B2521F is a 5.5 MPixel camera with a CIS-2521F sCMOS image sensor with a 6.5 µm pixel size and achieves a 100 fps frame rate with rolling shutter and a 50 fps frame rate with global shutter. Lastly, the MityCAM-B1910F is a 2.1 MPixel with a CIS1910 sCMOS image sensor also with a 6.5 µm pixel size and achieves a 100 fps frame rate with rolling shutter and a 50 fps frame rate with global shutter. All three cameras feature Camera Link,GigE, and USB 2.0 interface options.
SPIE Defense + Security 2015 booth number: 1048
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Key Application areas:Machine vision, security and surveillance, embedded instrumentation (all models), motion control, traffic, medical, (MityCAM-C8000), low light imaging, scientific imaging, metrology imaging (MityCAM-B2521F, MityCAM-B1910F)
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