IMPERX FLEX camera architecture enables boards to be separated by up to 10”

IMPERX Bobcat 2.0 FLEX camera architecture allows the camera’s internal boards to be separated by up to 10” for use in space constrained or oddly configured applications.

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IMPERX Bobcat 2.0 FLEX camera architecture allows the camera’s internal boards to be separated by up to 10” for use in space constrained or oddly configured applications. The FLEX coverts of any IMPERX’s 41 Bobcat 2.0 CCD camera models into a remote camera head. Bobcat 2.0 cameras range from VGA to 29 MPixel and are available in GigE Vision, Power over Ethernet, HD-SDI, Camera Link, Power over Camera Link, or CoaXPress interface. In addition, the cameras are available with various CCD image sensors from TRUESENSE Imaging and Sony, with frame rates from 2.4 fps to 250 fps. IMPERX will showcase the FLEX and its Bobcat 2.0 cameras at SPIE DSS 2014 from May 5-9 in Baltimore, MD.

SPIE DSS 2014 booth number: 225

To Learn More:

Contact:
IMPERX
Headquarters: Boca Raton, FL, USA
Product:
Bobcat 2.0 FLEX
Key Features: Camera architecture allows the internal boards from Bobcat 2.0 cameras to be separated by up to 10” and enables them for use as remote camera head.

What IMPERX says:
View more information on Bobcat 2.0 cameras.

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