Machine vision cameras from Lumenera to be showcased at XPONENTIAL 2018

April 16, 2018
At XPONENTIAL 2018 from April 30 to May 3, Lumenera will showcase its Lt29059-NIR camera, Lt16059H camera, and LtX45R series cameras at its booth.

At XPONENTIAL 2018from April 30 to May 3, Lumenera will showcase its Lt29059-NIR camera, Lt16059H camera, and LtX45R series cameras at its booth. The Lt29059-NIR camera (pictured) features a USB 3.1 interface, the 29 MPixel NIR-enhanced KAI-29052 CCD image sensor from ON Semiconductor, and integrated Canon EF lens support for remote iris and focus control. The color version of the camera uses a 720nm IR-cut filter and the monochrome version uses an 800nm bandpass filter.

The USB 3.1 Gen 1 interface-based Lt16059H features a 35mm 16 MPixel ON Semiconductor KAI-16070 4-tap CCD image sensor with a 7.4 µm pixel size that can achieve a frame rate of 12 fps in overclocked mode. The camera’s "dual-gain high dynamic range" (HDR) implementation outputs the same frame processed through two different gain amplifiers, which produces a crisp merged image with no ghosting effects.

Lastly, the LtX45R series of cameras from Lumenera will also be demonstrated. These cameras are available in four models: Lt345R (3.2 MPixel Sony IMX252 color/mono, 120 fps), Lt545R (5.1 MPixel Sony IMX250 color/mono, 75 fps), Lt945R (8.9 MPixel Sony IMX255 color/mono, 42 fps), and the Lt1245R (12.4 MPixel Sony IMX253 color/mono, 30 fps). These cameras feature a USB 3.1 Gen. 1 interface and are USB3 Vision compliant.

XPONENTIAL 2018 booth number: 3427

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Headquarters Ottawa, ON, Canada
Products: Lt29059-NIR camera, Lt16059H camera, LtX45R series of cameras (Lt345R, Lt545R, Lt945R, and Lt1245R cameras).

What Lumenera says:
View more information on the Lt29059-NIR.
View more information on the Lt16059H.
View more information on the LtX45R series.

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