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.
Summary table of new models
|Resolution||2600 x 2160||4200 x 2160||5120 x 5120|
|Frames per second||292 fps||292 fps||75 fps|
|Interface||SFP28 - 25GigE||SFP28 - 25GigE||SFP28 - 25GigE|
About Emergent Vision Technologies
Emergent Vision Technologies was founded in 2007 in Vancouver, Canada bringing together over 40+ years of imaging experience ranging from life science, security and machine vision/industrial markets. They are the first providers of cameras based the 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GigE) and 25 Gigabit Ethernet (25 GigE). 10 GigE and 25 GigE exceeds the bandwidth of even the advanced interfaces including USB 3.0, CoaXPress and Camera Link. At the same time the costs are low, and the technology is fully developed since any modern IT network utilizes the 10 GigE and 25 GigE standards for broadband data transmission. The GenICam™, GigE Vision®, and GenTL™ standards make the integration with all major software libraries as easy as can be. Since its foundation in 2007, Emergent Vision Technologies Inc. has paved the way for new imaging innovations with high resolution, high speed cameras.
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