XIMEA has announced that its XiD line of scientific and industrial USB 3.0 cameras that utilize the full four-tap potential of the cameras’ Sony CCD image sensors, are now shipping. The cameras are currently available in four models:
- MD028xy-SY: Features a2.8 MPixel Sony ICX674 sensor with a 4.54 µm x 4.54 µm pixel size and 60 fps frame rate.
- MD061xy-SY: Features a6.1 MPixel Sony ICX694 sensor with a 4.54 µm x 4.54 µm pixel size and 30 fps frame rate.
- MD091xy-SY: Features a9.1 MPixel Sony ICX814 sensor with a 3.69 µm x 3.69 µm pixel size and 20 fps frame rate.
- MD120xy-SY: Features a12 MPixel Sony ICX834 sensor with a 3.1 µm x 3.1 µm pixel size and 15 fps frame rate.
All cameras support single, dual and quadruple tap readout modes of the Sony CCD sensors and are compatible with a wide range of vision libraries. XiD cameras are suitable for use in machine vision and scientific imaging applications, including life sciences and flat panel inspection tasks.
To Learn More:
Headquarters: Münster, Germany
Product: xiD USB3 cameras
Key Features: Sony EXView HAD CCD II image sensors, image sensor sizes from 2.8 MPixel to 12 MPixel, frame rates of 15 fps, 20 fps, 30 fps, and 60 fps, USB 3.0 interface
What XIMEA says:
View more information on the xiD scientific grade USB3 cameras.
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