Emergent Vision Technologies Expands 100GigE Camera Line - LAVNCH [CODE]

Emergent Vision Technologies Expands 100GigE Camera Line

Emergent Vision Technologies has introduced a 10MP HZ-10000-G camera, the latest in its award-winning line of Zenith 100GigE cameras. Through the 100GigE QSFP28 interface, the camera can reach 1000 fps.

Emergent Vision Technologies HZ 10000 G

Emergent Vision Technologies HZ 10000 G

Available in both monochrome and color versions, the camera features Gpixel’s GSPRINT4510 CMOS image sensor—a 10MP, 22.9 mm CMOS image sensor with 4.5 x 4.5 µm pixel size. Both GigE Vision and GenICam compliant, the camera reaches 1000 fps in 8-bit mode and 810 fps in 10-bit mode.

“With the HZ-10000-G camera, our customers now have access to an ultra-high-speed 100GigE camera with a 10MP sensor that can solve challenging imaging problems, from industrial inspection to sports technology imaging,” said John Ilett, president and CTO at Emergent Vision Technologies.

In addition to the new HZ-10000-G camera, the Zenith 100GigE camera series comprises the 21MP HZ-21000-G, the 65.4MP HZ-65000-G, and the 103.7MP HZ-100-G.  According the company, the camera is ideal for virtual reality, immersive 3D content applications, and more.

“100GigE cameras open doors in machine vision and imaging applications, but systems integrators and OEMs require options when it comes to sensor size and speeds,” added Ilett. “Emergent Vision Technologies will continue push the high-speed imaging space forward by delivering cameras with advanced features and functionalities.”

All Emergent Vision Technologies cameras provide low CPU utilization, low latency, low jitter, and ultra-high data/frame rates, with standard accessories and cabling options to cover any length. Additionally, Emergent Vision Technologies’ GigE Vision cameras can be synchronized with IEEE 1588 PTP.

Later this year, the company will introduce the HZ-150-G Zenith camera, which is based on a 152MP CMOS image sensor.

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