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PROSILICA GT 2000NIR

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Characteristics

  • Applications:

    for microscopes

  • Technology:

    digital

  • Sensor type:

    CMOS

  • Other characteristics:

    near-infrared

Description

Versatile temperature range for extreme environments
IEEE 1588 PTP
Power over Ethernet
P-Iris and DC-Iris lens control
2.2 Megapixel NIR enhanced camera for extreme environments
Prosilica GT2000NIR is a 2.2 Megapixel camera with a GigE Vision compliant Gigabit Ethernet port and Hirose I/O port. This camera incorporates a NIR-optimized variant of the high-quality CMOSIS/ams CMV2000 CMOS sensor. At 900 nm this sensor offers double the quantum efficiency, an increase from 8% to 16% absolute. At full resolution, this camera runs 53.7 frames per second. With a smaller region of interest, higher frame rates are possible. It is a rugged camera designed to operate in extreme environments and fluctuating lighting conditions. This camera offers Precise iris lens control allowing users to fix the aperture size to optimize depth of field, exposure, and gain without the need for additional control elements. By default NIR models ship with no protection glass or filter.



Benefits and features:
Near-Infrared (GT2000NIR) model
GigE Vision interface with Power over Ethernet
Screw mount RJ45 Ethernet connector for secure operation in industrial environments
Supports cable lengths up to 100 meters (CAT-5e or CAT-6)
Trigger over Ethernet (ToE) Action Commands allow for a single cable solution to reduce system costs
Comprehensive I/O functionality for simplified system integration
Popular C-Mount lens mount
Easy camera mounting via standard M3 threads or optional tripod adapter
Easy software integration with Allied Vision's Vimba SDK and compatibility to the most popular third party image-processing libraries.