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Machine vision cameras from JAI

Firstsight Vision : 20 June, 2007  (New Product)
Latest GigE versions of JAI cameras ideal for automated imaging from triggered events.
Firstsight Vision can now offer GigE versions of the popular A10, A70
and M9 cameras, manufactured by JAI at its Japanese facility. These
new cameras can be readily interfaced to external factory automation
equipment such as PLCs. New sequencing functions have been added to
all three cameras. The A10GE is a monochrome unit, the A70GE offers a
raw Bayer colour output while the M9GE has an RGB colour output.

The A10GE and A70GE cameras feature a 1⁄2in CCD with 782 x 582 pixels
running at 60 frames per second. This high frame rate makes them
ideally suited for use in fast production processes. Selectable
partial scan allows even higher frame rates at reduced vertical
resolution. The large pixel size brings high sensitivity with less
dependency on the optical performance of the lens used. These cameras
also benefit from auto iris lens control, auto shutter, auto gain and
a reset continuous trigger mode, which allows the camera iris to be
continuously adjusted, even when the camera is waiting for a trigger.

The M9GE 3 CCD 1/3in colour camera provides an upgrade path from TV-
standard 3-chip cameras by offering higher resolution and progressive
scan imaging. With XGA (1024 x 768 pixel) resolution and chromatic
shading reduction, the M9GE is aimed at automated imaging markets
such as colour LCD inspection, food inspection and colour verification.

All three cameras have a new sequence trigger mode, which allows up
to 10 sets of shutter gain, offset, ROI size etc to be stored and
applied on a frame-by-frame basis. This allows a sequence of images
to be acquired with different camera settings. The cameras also
feature a delayed readout mode. This is ideal for systems with a
large number of cameras that are triggered at the same time, since
the images can be read out in sequence to avoid congestion on the
Ethernet interface.

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