JAI (San Jose, CA/Shanghai, China) has added the GO- 2400-PMCL to its Go Series of industrial cameras. A two-channel Mini Camera Link interface enables its Sony IMX174 CMOS imager to output full-resolution 2.35-megapixel images at up to 165.5 frames per second (in 8-bit continuous mode). The imager features 5.86-micron square pixels, a 1936 × 1216 pixel resolution, and a full well depth of over 30,000 electrons.

Two new GO-2400-PMCL models are available: the GO-2400M-PMCL with 8- or 10-bit monochrome output (including near-infrared sensitivity), and the GO-2400C-PMCL offering 8- or 10-bit raw Bayer color output. The 29 × 29 × 41.5 mm cameras weigh 46 grams each and provide an 80G shock rating, 10G vibration rating, and an operating temperature range of -5°C to +45°C.

A global shutter and a region-of-interest (ROI) function window the field of view to achieve faster frame rates. Other capabilities include multi-ROI mode; pixel blemish compensation and shading correction functions; and a built-in 256-point look-up table for gamma customization. Monochrome models also are equipped with a binning function (1 × 2, 2 × 1, 2 × 2) for increasing pixel sensitivity. The GO-2400-PMCL cameras can be powered over the Camera Link interface.

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