GigE Vision cameras from LUCID Vision Labs to be demonstrated at The Vision Show 2018
At The Vision Show in Boston, LUCID Vision Labs will showcase live demonstrations of its latest GigE Vision camera technologies including four models of the micro-compact Phoenix camera, the Triton IP67 camera, and the new Phoenix polarization camera.
At The Vision Show in Boston, LUCID Vision Labs will showcase live demonstrations of its latest GigE Vision camera technologies including four models of the micro-compact Phoenix camera, the Triton IP67 camera, and the new Phoenix polarization camera. Phoenix, touted as the world’s smallest GigE PoE, has models that feature 3.2, 5.0, 8.9 and 12.3 MPixel Sony Pregius CMOS image sensors. The cameras feature a unique board design to provide a micro compact and light weight form factor, as well as optional NF-Mount lenses and an ix Industrial connector.
LUCID’s Triton IP67 camera features a dust proof and water-resistant camera enclosure and lens tube designed to be used in a variety of industrial environments such as food inspection and agriculture where dust, dirt or water can be present.
Lastly, the new Phoenix polarization camera featuring Sony’s IMX250MZR CMOS polarized sensor will be on display. This 5 MPixel global shutter sensor is based on the popular IMX250 Sony Pregius CMOS mono sensor with polarizing filter added to the pixel. The sensor has four different directional polarizing filters (0°, 90°, 45°, and 135°) on every four pixels. The Phoenix camera performs on-camera processing using the four directional filters and outputs both the intensity and polarized angle of each image pixel.
The Vision Show 2018 booth number: 210
To Learn More:
Contact: Lucid Vision Labs
Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Products: Phoenix micro-compact cameras, Triton IP67 camera, Phoenix polarization camera.
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