Machine vision cameras from Allied Vision feature Sony image sensors

Allied Vision has introduced two new cameras in its Manta series: The Manta G-235 and the Manta G-505, both of which feature image sensors from Sony and GigE interface.

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Allied Vision has introduced two new cameras in its Manta series: The Manta G-235 and the Manta G-505, both of which feature image sensors from Sony and GigE interface. The Manta G-235 features Sony’s new Sony IMX174, a 1/1.2" 2.3 MPixel global shutter CMOS image sensor with a 5.86 µm pixel size that achieves a frame rate of 50.7 fps at full resolution. The Manta G-235 also delivers image data at 12-bit depth and is available in board level and angled head versions.

Featuring a 5 MPixel 2/3" Sony ICX625 image sensor with a 3.45 µm pixel size, the Manta G-505 camera is able to achieve a frame rate of 15 fps at full resolution. In addition, the Manta G-505 delivers image data at 14-bit depth. Both models are equipped with Allied Vision’s VIMBA software development kit.

To Learn More:

Contact:Allied Vision
Headquarters: Stadtroda, Germany
Product:
Manta GigE Vision cameras
Key Features:
2.3 MPixel Sony IMX174 CMOS sensor, 50.7 fps (Manta G-235), 5 MPixel Sony ICX625 CCD sensor, 15 fps (Manta G-505).

What Allied Vision says:
View more information on the Manta G-235.
View more information on the Manta G-505.

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