Compact CMOS machine vision camera with Camera Link interface introduced by Sony

Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions has introduced a new compact (29 x 29 x 30 mm) machine vision camera with a Camera Link interface that shrinks the footprint by a third (34%) and volume by 57% over its dual-cable 154-fps sister module, the XCL-SG510.

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Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions has introduced a new compact (29 x 29 x 30 mm) machine vision camera with a Camera Link interface that shrinks the footprint by a third (34%) and volume by 57% over its dual-cable 154-fps sister module, the XCL-SG510. The new camera, the XCL-CG510 is available in color and black and white and uses a 2/3” format Sony IMX264 global shutter CMOS image sensor, which is a 5.1 MPixel sensor that reaches 35 fps. Additionally, the camera features a burst-trigger function, which is capable of continuous shooting at the trigger timing, and allows the specification of exposure interval, number of exposures, and exposure time. The camera also includes an area gain function that allows minor adjustments in the brightness of up to 16 individually-set areas.

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Contact: Sony Image Sensing Solutions
Headquarters: The Heights, Brooklands, Surrey, UK
Product: XCL-CG510camera
Key Features: 5.1 MPixel global shutter IMX264 CMOS image sensor, 35 fps, Camera Link interface, compact form factor, color and mono versions.

What Sony Image Sensing Solutions says:
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