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GO-2400-PGE

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A new small and lightweight industrial camera featuring Sony’s IMX174, a 2.35 megapixel global shutter CMOS imager, has been introduced by JAI. The camera, GO-2400-PGE, offers a maximum resolution of 1,936 x 1,216 pixels, while running at 48.8fps over a GigE Vision interface. Power can be provided via the GigE Vision interface or via a 6-pin GPIO connector.

Part of JAI’s Go Series, the GO-2400-PGE features a small form factor (29 x 29 x 41.5mm, excluding lens mount) and weighs just 46 grams, making it one of the lightest cameras available at this resolution. Additionally, the camera carries the same industrial-grade specifications as other Go Series models to ensure performance in factory environments. These include an 80G shock rating, 10G vibration rating, and a standard operating temperature range of -5°C to +45°C.

By using the IMX174’s deep pixel wells (>30,000 electrons) and a low noise architecture adapted from Sony’s CCD technology, the GO-2400-PGE delivers a signal-to-noise ratio of greater than 60dB, using traditional measurement techniques. This provides image quality in terms of sensitivity, noise, and dynamic range that exceeds even traditional CCD cameras at this resolution.

Standard features include a high-performance global shutter with speeds up to 38µs, and a region-of-interest (ROI) function for windowing the field of view to achieve faster frame rates or to use smaller optical formats than the camera’s 1/1.2-inch standard C-mount format.      

Other features include pixel blemish compensation and shading correction functions, a built-in 256-point look-up table for gamma customisation, and a multi-ROI mode supporting up to five overlapping regions within a single frame. Monochrome models also contain a binning function (1x2, 2x1, 2x2) for increasing pixel sensitivity. 

Furthermore, the GO-2400-PGE is equipped with JAI’s Auto Level Control (ALC) that combines auto gain and auto shutter capabilities into an integrated function to enable users to optimise their auto exposure control for lowest noise, fastest shutter, or other priorities.  

Two GO-2400-PGE models are available: the GO-2400M-PGE with 8-, 10-, or 12-bit monochrome output (including near-infrared sensitivity); and the GO-2400C-PGE offering 8-, 10-, or 12-bit raw Bayer colour output.

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