Imaging Solutions Group’s latest USB3 camera features 4 MPixel CMOSIS image sensor

Dec. 23, 2013
ISG’s latest USB3 LightWise Allegro Camera, the LW-AL-CMV4000-USB3, features a 1" CMOSIS CMV4000 image sensor with 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size. The cameras are suitable for use in factory automation, barcode reading, machine vision, metrology, security, surveillance, and traffic applications.

Imaging Solutions Group’s (ISG) latest USB3 LightWise Allegro Camera, the LW-AL-CMV4000-USB3, features a 1” CMOSIS CMV4000 image sensor with 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size. The camera is equipped with tools for automatic image correction and enhancement, arbitrary image scaling with anti-aliasing, independent configurable gamma correction, selectable output data formats, and lens shading correction. At full resolution, the camera achieves a frame rate of 75 fps. In addition, the camera utilizes the industry standard USB3 Vision interface, and also features a full image pipeline, from sensor to compression, right on board the camera. The LW-AL-CMV4000-USB3 is suitable for use in factory automation, barcode reading, machine vision, metrology, security, surveillance, and traffic applications.

ISG will showcase this model, along with its other LightWise Allegro USB3 cameras, at SPIE Photonics West 2014 in San Francisco from February 1-6.

SPIE Photonics West 2014 booth number: 506

To Learn More:

Contact: Imaging Solutions Group
Headquarters: Fairport, NY, USA
Product
LW-AL-CMV4000-USB3 camera
Key Features: 1" CMOSIS CMV4000 image sensor with5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size, automatic image enhancement and correction, USB3 Vision standard, 75 fps frame rate.

What ISG says:
View more information on the CMOSIS Allegro camera.

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