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Stemmer speeds up transmission with Prosilica

07 September 2010

Stemmer Imaging has added AVT’s Prosilica GX1910 camera to its portfolio, claiming it can now offer the world’s fastest GigE vision camera. The product boasts two Mpixel HD (1080p) resolution to allow images to be transmitted at high speed and in broadcast format.

Data transmission runs at 240 MB/s through the dual GigE Vision (Link Aggregation Group technology) interface and the high quality HD image format suits the GX1910 to industrial applications such as industrial inspection, machine vision and medical imaging. A dedicated lens control interface provides three-axis motorised lens control and video auto-iris functionality. This allows the camera to adapt to changing lighting or object distance conditions.

The GX1910 comes in a compact, ribbed camera housing designed for heat dissipation. It boasts a rugged enclosure and optimised thermal management to delivers images in environments with temperatures up to 50°C (122°F).

It runs 63 frames per second at 1920 x1080 resolution and can run faster with a smaller region of interest readouts. It has two Gigabit Ethernet ports configured as a Link Aggregation Group to provide a sustained maximum data rate of 240 MBytes per second over conventional Cat5e cables up to 100 metres long.

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