Ultracompact camera uses GigE interface

GC2450 Gigabit Ethernet camera runs 15 frames/s at 2456 × 2048-pixel resolution over a GigE Vision-compliant interface. It uses a Sony 5-Mpixel ICX-625 progressive-scan CCD sensor with global electronic shutter suitable for capturing high-speed motion events. Key features include programmable exposure controls, area-of-interest readout, advanced binning modes, 12-bit readout, asynchronous external trigger and sync I/O, autoiris control, and RS-232 peripheral port.

Nov 27th, 2007

GC2450 Gigabit Ethernet camera runs 15 frames/s at 2456 × 2048-pixel resolution over a GigE Vision-compliant interface. It uses a Sony 5-Mpixel ICX-625 progressive-scan CCD sensor with global electronic shutter suitable for capturing high-speed motion events. Key features include programmable exposure controls, area-of-interest readout, advanced binning modes, 12-bit readout, asynchronous external trigger and sync I/O, autoiris control, and RS-232 peripheral port. The GC2450 does not require a frame grabber because it connects directly to the Gigabit Ethernet port on the host computer. The camera housing measures 33 × 46 × 43 mm.
Prosilica
Vancouver, BC, Canada
www.prosilica.com

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