Product News: Vision Systems

NIR Sensitive GigE Area Scan Cameras come in monochrome models.

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March 20, 2013 - Monochrome 2 and 4 MP Basler ace CMOSIS GigE cameras are available as NIR-optimized variants with optimized sensitivity at wavelengths of 900 nm. Suited for surveillance, intelligent traffic systems, or biometrics, cameras occupy 29 x 29 mm footprint and offer optimized software trigger functionality for high-speed triggering over GigE bus. Feature set includes partial scan, horizontal mirroring, configurable I/O lines, timestamp, and frame counter.

Multipix Imaging Ltd.

1 Ridgeway Office Park, Bedford Road, United Kingdom

Original Press Release

NIR Sensitive GigE Area Scan Cameras Now Available from MultiPix Imaging

Press release date: March 13, 2013

Two new monochrome models,  2 MP and 4 MP Basler ace CMOSIS GigE cameras are now available as NIR-optimized variants. Compared to the regular mono cameras, they achieve double the sensitivity at wavelengths of 900 nm. Thus, they offer decisive advantages under bad lighting conditions or at night.  They are an ideal choice for surveillance tasks, intelligent traffic systems, or biometrics. The price/performance ratio for these models is remarkable. The ace NIR variants exceed even high-quality CCD cameras in matters of image quality and sensitivity.  At the same time, they are far less expensive and faster, so that users will benefit from this camera innovation in every respect.

www.multipix.com
01730 233332
sales@multipix.com

Lynne Potter
Marketing and Communications
Multipix Imaging Ltd, Enterprise House, 1 Ridgeway Office Park, Bedford Road, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 3QF
Tel 0044 (0)1730 233332
Fax 0044 (0)1730 231062
Lynne@multipix.com
www.multipix.com

"Machine Vision specialists, understanding your needs"

Registered Company No: 3314544 in Cardiff, Wales.
Registered Company Address:  Enterprise House, 1 Ridgeway Office Park,
Bedford Road, Petersfield, Hants GU32 3QF

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