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AVT introduces new Manta models with multi-tap sensors

28 Jun 2013

Allied Vision Technologies (AVT) has added five new Manta camera models featuring high resolution dual-tap sensors. With the new product launches AVT covers CCD and CMOS versions ranging from 2.8 to 9.2 megapixels.

The Manta camera series now includes five new models in higher resolution ranges. The Manta G-282 and the Manta G-917 industrial cameras are equipped with the new Sony ICX687 (2.8 megapixels) and ICX814 (9.2 megapixels) sensors.

Now available with PoE (Power over Ethernet)

Additional product launches are the high resolution Manta G-283, which also features a 2.8 megapixel sensor, and the 6 megapixel Manta G-609. All four camera models are equipped with Sony EXview HAD II CCD sensors. Along with these CCD sensors, AVT introduces the CMOS model Manta G-223 with 2.2 megapixels, which uses a CMOSIS CMV2000 sensor. In addition, the Manta models are now available with PoE (Power over Ethernet).

High-output GigE Vision interface

Like all cameras in the family, the new Manta models offer an especially attractive cost/performance ratio. They are equipped with a high-output GigE Vision interface and numerous optimisation functions. Particular highlights of these cameras are the three LUTs, the extensive colour correction, the robust metal housing and a wide range of modular options – such as angled heads or board-level camera versions. The Manta cameras can be flexibly and easily integrated into any application.

Allied Vision

Stadtroda, Germany

For 25 years, Allied Vision has been helping people to be faster, more precise, and more efficient in whatever matters to them. From raising production standards to detect diseases faster, proving scientific theories true, monitoring traffic intelligently or simply knowing who crossed the finish line first – with their technology and expertise, Allied Vision helps customers to gain insight by seeing more and hence be more successful in what they do.