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Industry-standard Streaming Cameras

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Industry-standard Streaming Cameras
Industry-standard Streaming Cameras

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As single or multi-camera applications for automated image processing applications, Pico Cam and Midi Cam in combination with the Sensor Integration Machine SIM4000 can be used in industries such as automotive and robotics, logistics, electronics, solar, food and beverages for quality inspection, traceability and object detection, in combination with image processing systems from third-party providers for automated image processing applications.

Digital cameras with GigE interface

The Pico Cam streaming camera family is suitable for applications with limited space. For use in an industrial environment, the Pico Cam has a screwable RJ45 GigE interface - the standard for industrial image processing - as well as industrial connectors for power supply and trigger signals. Alternatively, operation via Power over Ethernet (PoE) with a cable up to 100 m long is possible.

The Pico Cam is available with 1, 2 or 4 megapixel resolution as a color, monochrome and optionally as a NIR variant. CMOS image sensors use global shutter technology and allow multiple image sections (AOI). Image recording and transmission are decoupled in the internal 60 Mbyte memory, thus supporting multi-camera applications.

Fot for use in harsh industrial environments

The Midi Cam streaming camera family with protection rating IP 67 is suitable for use in harsh industrial environments. The Midi Cam has an M12 GigE interface - the standard for industrial image processing - as well as industry-compatible M12 connections for power supply and trigger signals. Alternatively, operation via Power over Ethernet (PoE) with a cable up to 100 m long is possible.

The Midi Cam is available with 1 or 2 megapixels resolution as a color, monochrome and optionally as a NIR variant. CMOS image sensors use global shutter technology and allow multiple image sections (AOI). Image recording and transmission are decoupled in the internal 60 Mbyte memory, thus supporting multi-camera applications. (jv)

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