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Mako cameras

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Stemmer Imaging now supplies the ultra-compact family of Mako cameras from Allied Vision Technologies (AVT). The cameras are available with either a GigE Vision or USB3 Vision data interface. The camera family is characterised by its outstanding cost/performance ratio and its small footprint of just 29 x 29mm.

Nine Mako models with the GigE Vision interface and resolutions ranging from VGA up to 4 megapixels are currently available. The range includes CCD sensors as well as CMOS sensors with global shutter, including CMOS varieties with increased near-infrared sensitivity. Power can be supplied either using the Power over Ethernet interface or from an external 24V supply using a Hirose connector.

The Mako series features four CCD models: Mako G-032 B/C deliver 102fps in VGA resolution by using ICX424 HAD sensors, and the Mako G-125 B/C cameras supply 30fps in SXGA resolution, based on a ICX445 ExViewHAD sensor. For the CMOS sensor based models, versions with 2 and 4 megapixel resolution in colour and monochrome as well as a NIR version are currently available. The VGA CMOS camera Mako G-030B/C will be produced starting from end of this year.

Mako USB3 Vision models will also be available with VGA resolution as well as 2 and 4 megapixel CMOS sensors from Cmosis. There will also be corresponding NIR-sensitive variations. According to AVT, prototypes of these USB3 Vision cameras will be available at the end of 2013 and the production is planned to start in the first quarter 2014.

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