The TMC-1327GE is a miniature, high-resolution (1.4 megapixels) progressive scan CCD camera with Gigabit Ethernet output and a standard frame rate of 30 frames per second. The imager resolution is 1392x1040 @ 30 fps. The TMC-1327GE features the Sony ICX285AQ CCD imager for the best image quality and full vertical/horizontal resolution of high-speed shuttered images. It also offers a wide dynamic range with high sensitivity over both visible and near IR portions of the spectrum, making it well suited to applications involving widely varying light conditions, specialized targeting, or inspection of blemishes or defects not easily observed in the visible spectrum. A user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI), provided as part of the camera’s extensive software development kit (SDK), allows users to control various camera functions.
2/3" progressive scan IT CCD (ICX285AL/ICX285AQ)
1392(H) x 1040(V) @ 30 fps
6.45 μm square pixels
Compact 51 x 51 x 85 mm housing
High speed point-to-point connection, up to 1Gbps
GigE Vision output (8-bit/10-bit selectable)
Gigabit Ethernet output (8-bit/10-bit selectable)
Near IR sensitivity and high gain CCD output
Maximum dynamic range control through built-in look-up table (8-bit only)
User-definable variable partial scan
Full-frame shutter to 1/21,000 sec.
Asynchronous reset, no-delay shutter
High gain CCD output and near IR sensitivity
Extensive software developers kit (SDK)
The SDK also provides functions for controlling the grabbing of images, and configuring local I/Os, by means of an integrated API and a set of powerful C++ classes. Changes in the camera’s acquisition modes automatically update the API for easy image acquisition. CPU usage is only a few percent, thanks to the TCP/IP offload engine.
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