Ximea has released a 16 Mpix high-resolution camera with speeds over 300fps.
Ximea has announced a cooled range of sCMOS cameras including backside illuminated models
Ximea will be exhibiting embedded vision solutions
The exceptionally fast PCIe interface allows Ximea's xiB-64 camera family to stream data at speeds as high as 64 Gbit/s over distances of up to 300m without the need of expensive frame grabbers or special, complicated software
Ximea will present its digital cameras for industrial and scientific applications, specifically some of the smallest, lightest and fastest models available today
With the addition of the new CMV50000 sensors from CMOSIS (AMS) to the xiB camera the 8K resolution is now available.
Ximea presented new models from the high-speed line of PCI Express based cameras earlier this year and now they are available to order
Drawing on two decades experience, XIMEA offers cameras with USB 3.0, USB 2.0, PCI Express and FireWire interface as well as X-RAY, Hyperspectral and Thunderbolt™ enabled cameras. Main distinction is the extremely robust way the cameras are built while providing highest speed like for example the USB3 Vision camera line.
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