Prosilica releases high-resolution Gigabit Ethernet camera

BURNABY, British Columbia, 4 Feb. 2007. Prosilica in Burnaby, British Columbia, is offering the GE2040 high resolution Gigabit Ethernet camera.

Feb 4th, 2007

BURNABY, British Columbia, 4 Feb. 2007. Prosilica in Burnaby, British Columbia, is offering the GE2040 high resolution Gigabit Ethernet camera.

Incorporating Kodak's KAI-4021 progressive scan CCD sensor, the GE2040 runs 15 frames per second at 2048-by-2048-pixel resolution over its Gigabit Ethernet interface. Monochrome and color models are available with C-mount or F-mount.

The camera measures 4 by 5 by 6.5 centimeters, and has an electronic shutter. Features include external trigger and sync, general purpose I/O, region of interest readout, various binning modes, and direct RGB24 output.

Applications include PCB inspection, flat panel display inspection, gauging, medical imaging, traffic, and public security applications.

GigE Vision, an interface standard for Gigabit Ethernet cameras that provides for plug-and-play interconnectivity between compliant components, is capable of sustained data rates of 124 megabytes per second over standard Cat5e cable as long as 100 meters.

For more information contact Prosilica online at www.prosilica.com.

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