Eye Vision Technology’s latest smart camera, the RazerCam, features built-in FPGA image processing and is equipped with an 800 MHz and 1 GHz dual core ARM Cortex. The RazerCam is available in three different models: a 0.4 MPixel area scan model, a 3 MPixel area scan model, and a 4K line scan model. The 0.4 MPixel model features a 1/3” CMOS image sensor with 8/10-bit pixel depth and achieves a frame rate of 60 fps while the 3 MPixel model has a 2/3” CMOS sensor, 8/12-bit pixel depth, and a top frame rate of 30 fps. The 4096 x 1 line scan model features a 2/3” CMOS sensor, 8/10-bit pixel depth and a frame rate of 10,000 fps. RazerCam cameras are also equipped with a LINUX operating system, allowing the user to start programming immediately with standard tools for LINUX. In addition, the cameras feature a GigE interface, integrated EyeVision software, a built-in LED driver, and up to 10 programmable I/OS. The RazerCam is suitable for use in factory automation and high-speed inspection applications.
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Contact:Eye Vision Technology
Headquarters: Karlsruhe, Germany
Product: RazerCam smart camera
Key Features: 0.4 MPixel area scan model, 3 MPixel area scan model, 4K line scan model, CMOS image sensors, GigE interface, FPGA, programmable I/Os.
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