The SDK for Allied Vision cameras
- High speed CXP camera
- Large are scan sensor
- Ruggedized housing
- Various lens mounts available
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Enhancements to the ultra-compact entry-level Mako camera range from Allied Vision include the additition of Precicion Time Protocol (PTP) and Trigger over Ethernet (ToE) functionality to models featuring Sony Exmor Pregius sensors and a new polarisation camera. PTP provides precise synchronisation of multi-camera systems. Polarisation imaging can reveal image features not visible with conventional cameras.
The new Bonito PRO camera family from Allied Vision achieves 25 Gigabits per second with quad CXP-6 CoaXPress for high-speed, high bandwidth applications. These include automated optical Inspection, flat panel display inspection, printing inspection, 2D/3D surface inspection, and aerial surveillance.
The performance of the versatile Goldeye SWIR cameras from Allied Vision has been further enhanced with some new firmware updates. These provide contrast enhancement and improvements to the readout modes of the camera. AV Goldeye cameras provide uniform sensitivity in the short wave infrared (SWIR) spectrum from 900 – 1700 nm and are available in GigE Vision and CameraLink versions with a choice of resolutions.