Imperx’s NEW TEC CMOS Cameras
By: Imperx, Inc.
This new line of Imperx high-resolution CMOS cameras are available in resolutions of 17, 20 and 31 MP and use the industry leading Sony Pregius IMX367, IMX387 and IMX342 CMOS image sensors with frame rates up to 32 fps. Available outputs include GigE Vision® with Power over Ethernet (PoE) and Camera Link®.
Each of Imperx’s thermoelectric cooled cameras comes equipped with a single stage thermoelectric Peltier cooling module (TEC) to stabilize the image sensors’ temperature to within +/-1 degree C of the set point temperature over a 20 degree ambient temperature range without the need for nitrogen. The thermal stability feature in high precision metrology systems eliminates complex and time consuming image sensor characterization with ambient temperature variation. The stabilized image sensor temperature also reduces dark noise during long exposures improving sensitivity for ultra-low light measurements. The stabilized thermal environment also improves the dark current compensation precision for superior uniformity in sensitive low-light measurements.
This powerful design translates to high desirability in many industrial applications including metrology, microscopy, flat panel display inspection, scientific imaging, fluorescence, chemiluminescence, astronomy, pathology, histology, cytometry, surveillance, machine vision and many more demanding applications.
Key Features Include: - Thermoelectric Peltier cooling modules (TEC) for image sensor thermal stability - Thermal Stability over 20 degree ambient temperature range - Sony Pregius sensors IMX387, IMX367 and IMX 342 - Outstanding sensitivity with excellent image quality - GigE Vision with Power over Ethernet and Camera Link outputs available - 17, 20 and 31 MP resolutions available - Industrial grade components able to withstand extreme temperatures: -30 °C to +75 °C Operating - High shock and vibration tolerance: 20G (20 – 200 Hz XYZ) / 100G - Quality manufacturing: ISO 9001:2015 MIL-STD-810G
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