Alkeria Launches New Area Scan Camera Line

June 4, 2024
Compact cameras designed for array of machine vision applications such as inspections, bin picking.

Alkeria recently launched its new NOTA line of USB3 compact area scan cameras.

NOTA cameras feature Sony Pregius CMOS global shutter sensors and come in color and monochrome options. The cameras have several resolution options, from 1936 x 1216 to 4112 x 3004, and framerates up to 80 fps in color and 161 fps in monochrome. They come in board level or C-mount format options, and all cameras have USB3.2 Gen 1x1 interface. All cameras have the following controls: shutter, gain, brightness, contrast, saturation, LUT and gamma correction, and white balance.

NOTA cameras are all GenICam GenTL compliant. They come with an SDK for Windows and Linux and support all major programming languages, including Python, C#, VB, C++, in Visual Studio or QT environments. The SDK is compatible with such machine vision software as Cognex VisionPro, MVTec HALCON, NI LabView and can be used with embedding platforms such as Jetson Nano, Jetson Orin, and Raspberry.

 NOTA cameras have a 30 x 30 x 24 mm footprint. With a C-mount lens adapter, they weigh 50 g and they have an operating temperature range of 0° to 50° C. The cameras are especially designed for a variety of machine vision applications such as web and print inspection, picking applications, 3D scanning, and custom applications.

To Learn More:

Contact: Alkeria

Headquarters:  Pisa, Italy

Product: NOTA area scan cameras

Key Features: Sony CMOS global shutter sensors, USB3.2 Gen 1x1 Interface, up to 161 fps frame rate

What Alkeria says: View more information on NOTA area scan camera series

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