Machine vision camera with 71 MPixel CMOS sensor to be showcased at VISION 2016

Oct. 18, 2016
Featuring a 71 MPixel CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS, the MACHCAM 71 machine vision camera from The Crowley Company will be on display at VISION 2016.

Available in both color and monochrome, the MACHCAM 71 (C/M) machine vision camera from The Crowley Company will be on display at the company’s booth at VISION 2016. The sensor used in the camera is the CHR70M from CMOSIS, which is a 71 MPixel CMOS sensor with a 3.1 µm pixel size that can capture images at 3 fps. Additionally, the camera features a Camera Link or USB3 interface (GigE under production), and a dynamic range of 63 dB. The MACHCHAM 71 targets a variety of applications, including automated inspection, aerial imaging, scientific and medical imaging, and law enforcement.

VISION 2016 booth number: Hall 1, Stand D88

To Learn More:

Contact:The Crowley Company
Headquarters: Frederick, MD, USA
Key Features: 71 MPixel CMOS sensor from CMOSIS, 3 fps, Camera Link and USB3 interface (GigE forthcoming).

What The Crowley Company says:
View more information on the MACHCAM 71.

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