8-Mpixel camera available with 2-Gbit interface

DECEMBER 15, 2009--The svs8050 progressive-scan camera uses a four-tap, interline transfer CCD sensor from Kodak (diagonal of 22.66 mm).

Dec 15th, 2009

DECEMBER 15, 2009--The svs8050 progressive-scan camera uses a four-tap, interline transfer CCD sensor from Kodak (diagonal of 22.66 mm). The output features two RJ-45 connectors and transmits 2 Gbits/s via two cables, in compliance with the Link Aggregation Group (LAG) convention. By using two Ethernet connections the camera achieves a maximum frame rate of 20 frames/s with the full resolution of 3320 x 2496 pixels. In partial scan mode (reduced number of lines) or while using AOIs, images with fewer lines can be read out at higher speed. Binning with 2 x 2 pixels is also possible. The camera is available in a monochrome or color version. It also can be used in one- or two-tap mode.
SVS-VISTEK
Seefeld, Germany
www.svs-vistek.com

-- Posted by Carrie Meadows, Vision Systems Design, www.vision-systems.com

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PRESS RELEASE

8 Megapixel Camera available with 2 Gigabit Interface

SVS-VISTEK presents for the first time at the VISION show 2009 in Stuttgart the new developed 8 Megapixel camera with GigE technology.

The svs8050 breaks through the current limit of only one Gigabit bandwidth in order to take advantage of the 4 tap CCD sensor. The output features 2 RJ45 connectors and transmits 2 Gigabit/ sec via 2 cables. This works in compliance with the Link Aggregation Group (LAG) convention. The progressive-scan camera works with an Interline Transfer CCD sensor from Kodak with a diagonal of 22.66 mm. By using two Ethernet connections the camera achieves a max. frame rate of 20 fps with the full resolution of 3320 x 2496 pixels.

In the partial-scan mode (reduced number of lines) or while using AOIs, images with fewer lines can be read out at a considerably higher speed. Furthermore binning with 2 x 2 pixels is also possible. The camera is available as monochrome or colour version. It also can be used in 1 or 2 tap mode.

SVS-VISTEK's camera configuration software SVCapture allows the user to adjust various camera parameters such as "freerunning" or "triggered." A SDK and the provided driver permit an easy integration into user-specific
machine vision systems. In addition I/Os are provided which can be controlled via GigE Interface.

Functions like Autogain or Autoexposure and Multicasting are provided in the SDK and Driver for Windows XP 32 and 64 bit as well as for Linux. As optical interface a M42 thread, C-mount or an F-Mount adapter can be provided. Due to its small housing size of only 70 x 71 x 50.5mm this camera can easily be used under confined conditions. Areas of application are e.g. print inspection, PCB inspection, semiconductor industry or optical metrology.

SVS-VISTEK GmbH is a leading supplier of reliable high-resolution digital cameras and custom imaging systems for machine vision. Our customers benefit from the combination of distribution and development fulfilment for more than 20 years.

The portfolio of our product range for the domestic market covers the whole field of machine vision, starting with illumination, followed by lenses, cameras, frame grabber, imaging libraries and computer hardware. Internationally SVS-VISTEK, with headquarters in Seefeld/Germany, provides global sales, service and support through its distributors in Europe, USA and Asia for the SVCam camera series.

For further information please contact:
SVSVISTEK GmbH, www.svs-vistek.com

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