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CMOS cameras from Imperx

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Multipix launch a new line of CMOS Cameras from IMPERX. The Cheetah is available in 6 MP and 12 MP with sensors from On-Semi, intended not only for machine vision, but also surveillance, reconnaissance, aerospace and intelligent traffic systems. These cameras have very fast frame rates, high resolution, low noise, wide dynamic range, excellent near-infrared sensitivity, and an extremely flexible architecture so one camera can do multiple jobs.

The C2880 6MP model incorporates the On Semiconductor KAC-06040 CMOS image sensor with a resolution of 2832 x 2128 pixels a 1” optical format delivering up to 135fps, whilst the The C4080 12MP model incorporates the On Semiconductor KAC-12040 CMOS image sensor with a native resolution of 4000 x 3000 in a 4/3” optical format delivering up to 70fps. With either global or rolling shutter mode and Camera Link Full or CoaXPress output. Extended dynamic range technology coupled with extremely robust blooming suppression provide clean imagery in even the most severe uncontrolled lighting applications.

Multipix has also launched the Pleora Technologies Transcoder Gateway, a unit which cuts the complexity and cost of multi-screen imaging systems by transmitting GigE Vision and USB3 Vision video to any playback device, including tablets and smartphones.

The appliance automatically converts video from up to four GigE Vision or USB3 Vision cameras into the widely used H.264 compression format. The video is then transmitted over a wired or wireless connection using RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) to a playback device, including embedded PCs, tablets, and smartphones. The gateway can also output HDMI video to high-definition displays. 

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