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GigE CMOS cameras

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Edmund Optics, a provider of optical components, has introduced a line of GigE CMOS machine vision cameras. The progressive scan cameras feature an adjustable frame rate via binning, subsampling or AOI. They are packaged in an ultra-compact housing, making them ideal for use in locations where space is limited.

Each camera includes a software interface that allows users to set up a specified area of interest (AOI), gain, exposure time, frame rate, trigger delay, and digital output (flash) delay and duration. Exposure, gain and white balance can be manually set by the user or adjusted automatically by the camera.

The camera's software allows the user to capture still images in JPEG and Bitmap file format or video in AVI format. The software also can perform edge enhancement, image mirroring and image binning, in the vertical directions, as well as hot pixel correction. The camera includes proprietary software, Direct Show (WDM), Active X and Twain drivers as well as SDK documentation.

Edmund Optics' cameras are available in both monochrome and colour models.

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