JAI has added USB 3.0 and GigE interface models to its 5 MPixel Spark SP-5000 series of cameras. The SP-5000M-USB (monochrome) and SP-5000C-USB (color) cameras (pictured) feature a 1” global shutter CMOS image sensor with a 5 µm pixel size that achieves a frame rate of 62 fps at full 5 MPixel resolution. For the GigE models, the SP-5000M-GE2 and SP-5000C-GE2, the cameras have a 1” global shutter CMOS image sensor with a 5 µm pixel size that achieves a frame rate of 44 fps at full resolution. Both models feature a 60 dB linear dynamic range with 100 dB piece-wise HDR mode, in camera CMOS pattern correction, 8/10-bit interfaces, and on-chip 4 channel analog gain control in color model. In addition, the camera has in-camera pattern correction algorithms, and JAI’s Auto Level Control (ALC) that combines auto gain, auto shutter, and auto iris capabilities in an integrated function.
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Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: USB3/GigE SP-5000 cameras
Key Features: 1" global shutter CMOS image sensors, 5 µm pixel size, 62 fps (USB), 44 fps (GigE), in-camera pattern correction algorithms, JAI ALC.
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