◆High-speed and high-resolution images can be transmitted reliably over long distances through single or multiple coaxial cables, or fiber optic cables for very long distance applications.
◆Developed as a next-generation standard for the machine vision industry, CoaXPress serves many advanced imaging applications across many markets.
◆CoaXPress combines high-speed serial link technology and low-cost cabling to form a bidirectional full-duplex communication path between video sources (ie. cameras) and video receivers (ie. frame grabbers or DVRs).
◆Using coaxial connections, power can be delivered to the camera as well, eliminating the need for a power source at the camera’s location.
◆With advancements in image sensor technology, a high-performance interface is needed to allow the full bandwidth of these sensors to be utilized.
|Camera Model||Redwood 12MP||Redwood 45MP||Redwood 65MP|
|➡ Sensor Size (H x V)||4096 x 3072 (12.6 MP)||8192 x 5468 (44.7 MP)||9344 x 7000 (65.4 MP)|
|➡ Frame Rate (full resolution)||335 fps (8-bit), 299 fps (10-bit), 132 fps (12-bit)||52 fps (8-bit), 52 fps (10-bit), 47 fps (12-bit)||71 fps (8-bit), 57 fps (10-bit), 31 fps (12-bit)|
|➡ Optical Format||APS-C (28.1 mm diagonal)||Super 35 (31.5 mm diagonal)||35mm Full Frame (37.4 mm diagonal)|
|➡ Pixel Size||5.5 x 5.5 μm||3.2 x 3.2 μm||3.2 x 3.2 μm|
|➡ Dynamic Range||59.5 dB; optional Piecewise or Interleaved HDR||67.5 dB; up to 73dB with Dual ADC Gain HDR||66 dB; optional Interleaved HDR|
VISION CAMERA INTERFACE STANDARDS Machine Vision Cameras are manufactured with definite STANDARDs and INTERFACES to facilitate compatibility across different manufacturer products, ease of design of Machine Vision systems, universal protocols and connections, software portability across different standards and different manufacturer produc...