Rugged color imaging cameras for high-shock-and-vibration environments introduced by JAI

COPENHAGEN – JAI A/S in Copenhagen is introducing two rugged interface types in the company's line of 3.2 megapixel 3-CMOS prism-based area scan cameras for challenging color imaging applications.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

COPENHAGEN – JAI A/S in Copenhagen is introducing two rugged interface types in the company's line of 3.2 megapixel 3-CMOS prism-based area scan cameras for challenging color imaging applications.

The new models are the AP-3200T-PGE with GigE Vision interface delivering an output of 3 by 3.2-megapixels at 12 frames per second, and the AP-3200T-PMCL with a dual Mini Camera Link interface delivering an output of 3 by 3.2-megapixels at 55 frames per second.

The two feature 3 by CMOS Pregius IMX265 1/1.8-inch sensors with 2048 by 1544 pixels and pixel sizes of 3.45 by 3.45 microns. The cameras have the color space conversion tool with RGB to HSI color space conversion and RGB to CIE-XYZ color space conversion.

The analog and digital gain, as well as the exposure time, can be set independently for the red, green, and blue sensor channels to make the most of the dynamic range for each color channel.

The color enhancer tool strengthens red, green, and blue colors, and subtractive cyan, magenta, and yellow hues for microscopy and medical imaging. Other features include multi-ROI support, edge enhancement, ALC for integrated auto gain and auto shutter, color pixel binning and chunk data.

The camera has a 50G shock rating and 3G vibration rating, as well as operating temperature range of -5 to 45 degrees Celsius for industrial environments. More information contact JAI online at www.jai.com.

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