LUCID Vision Labs Launches New Dual Headed GigE Camera

May 15, 2024
New addition to Phoenix camera line designed for machine vision applications requiring multiple FOV.

LUCID Vision Labs has launched a new camera to its GigE PoE Phoenix Camera line, the Phoenix Dual-Extended-Head camera. This camera is equipped with two Sony IMX264 CMOS global shutter sensors, both of which have 5 MPixel, 2448 x 2048 resolution, 3.45 x 3.34 µm pixel size, and up to 12.3  fps frame rate per sensor.

The camera conforms to GigE Vision 2 and GeniCam 3 standards and is supported by LUCID’s Arena SDK, which is compatible with Windows, Linux 64-bit, and Linux ARM operating systems and can support C, C++, C#, and Python programming languages.

The camera has dual C-mount extended head lens mount and has a footprint of 28 x 36 x 32.8 mm and weights 54 g. It has an operating temperature range of -10°C to 55°C and can operate in up to 80% humidity.

The camera is especially designed for a wide array of machine vision tasks that require multiple fields of view, including stereo vision systems, autonomous vehicles/mobile robot, and drone applications.

To Learn More:

Contact: LUCID Vision Labs

Headquarters: Richmond, BC, CAN

Product: Phoenix Dual-Extended Head camera

Key Features : Sony CMOS sensors, 5MPixel resolution, GigE 2 and GenICam 3 compliant 

What LUCID Vision Labs says: View more information on Phoenix Dual-Extended Head camera

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