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10MP 1" BSI GigE Monochrome Camera

SKU: MV-CH100-60GM

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Key Features

  • CH Series Monochrome Industrial Camera
  • GigE Interface
  • 1" inch BSI CMOS Sensor
  • 4096 × 2460 (10MP), up to 11.6 fps
  • Pixel Size: H: 3.45µm, V: 3.45µm
  • Global Shutter
  • Trigger and I/O inputs
  • Only 29×44×59mm

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What are the benefits of using a GigE interface camera?

GigE is a well-established and trusted technology due to the many protocols available, such as GenlCam. It is well-suited for a wide range of applications, including high-resolution cameras, real-time image processing, and robust data transmission. Furthermore, because of its twisted shielded pairs, this interface does not suffer from interference due to external sources such as RF (Radio Frequencies). GigE enables long range data transfer, with cable lengths of up to 100m, whereas USB is up to 7m (without optical/active cables).

What are the CH series cameras?

They are a cutting-edge product line that is specifically designed for precise use and advancement in the Panel, electronic semiconductor, new energy, and various other sectors. This series consists of multiple data interfaces such as GigE, USB 3.0, 10GigE, Camera Link, and CoaXPress. With a range of 5M-151M pixels, these cameras are capable of meeting both high resolution and high frame rate needs. It comes with fan or TEC cooling options to cater to different imaging requirements. The product also benefits from years of experience in 100-level purification processes, giving it a competitive edge in delivery on a global scale. Finally, they have integrated ISP algorithms, such as bright field correction, dark field correction, shadow correction, dead pixel/bad line correction, and pixel-by-pixel correction, which are utilised to guarantee a uniform and reliable image output.