Point Grey releases new models of Blackfly GigE Vision cameras
Point Grey has released two new models to its Blackfly family of compact GigE Vision cameras, the BFLY-PGE-20E4 and the BFLY-PGE-12A2, which are suitable for use in machine vision and factory automation applications.
Point Grey has released two new models to its Blackfly family of compact GigE Vision cameras, the BFLY-PGE-20E4 and the BFLY-PGE-12A2. The BFLY-PGE-12A2 camera features a 1/3" 1.2 MPixel CMOS image sensor from Aptina and achieves a frame rate of 50 fps. The BFLY-PGE-20E4 camera features a 1/1.8" 2 MPixel CMOS image sensor from e2v and achieves a frame rate of 47 fps. These new Blackfly cameras support cable lengths up to 100 meters and are compatible with third-party imaging software and libraries via the GigE Vision standard. In addition, the cameras feature Power over Ethernet, in-field updatable firmware, color interpolation, and look up table and gamma. Blackfly cameras are suitable for use in machine vision and factory automation applications.
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Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Product: Blackfly GigE Vision cameras
Key Features: GigE Vision standard, Power over Ethernet, CMOS image sensors from Aptina and e2v, 50 fps (BFLY-PGE-12A2),47 fps (BFLY-PGE-20E4).
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