Emergent Vision Technologies, the pioneer of 10 GigE and 25 GigE cameras, has added Gpixel sensors to its BOLT series of high-speed cameras. The HB-5000-G, HB-9000-G, and HB-25000-G respectively feature the GMAX2505, GMAX2509, and GMAX0505 CMOS sensors. These models offer 5, 9 and 25 megapixels, and up to 292 frames per second.
Gpixel’s GMAX2505, GMAX2509, and GMAX0505 are part of a new family of global shutter sensors designed to address high-speed industrial needs. Benefits include high resolution, high speed, which makes them very suitable for 25Gige, as well as high dynamic range, and low noise.
BOLT cameras feature a SFP28 – 25 GigE interface. 25 GigE offers many advantages compared to other high-speed interfaces such as CoaxPress or Camera Link. These include many low-cost accessories as well as low CPU overhead, low latency, and low jitter using Mellanox VMA. In addition, SFP28 provides two supported cabling options: SFP28 multi-mode fiber modules/transceivers and LC-LC multi-mode fiber cables for cable lengths up to 70 metres, and SFP28 single-mode fiber modules/transceivers and LC-LC single-mode fiber cables for cable lengths ranging from one meter to 10 kilometers.
BOLT cameras can be used in a wide variety of applications including sport broadcasting, industrial inspection, robotics, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
The BOLT HB-5000-G, HB-9000-G, and HB-25000-G will be available Q2-2019.