With fast data throughput rates (up to 100 MB/S) and long maximum cable lengths of up to 100 metres, it is easy to understand why GigE or Gigabit Ethernet is the most common camera interface for industrial image processing. GigE vision cameras also do not require a frame grabber, which significantly reduces costs.
With GigE and PoE (Power over Ethernet) you have the possibility of a one-cable-solution, as it can get its power via the data cable. Another benefit of a GigE interface is the ability to combine multiple cameras easily, multi-camera applications are also simple to set up.
OEM Automatic stock and supply a range of GigE cameras from, Basler, Datalogic & Sony. Basler Ace compact cameras & Basler Ace 2 Basic & Pro cameras are available with the latest generation of CCD and CMOS sensors. Basler's Ace Medical range of cameras are specifically designed for applications in medicine, medical technology and life sciences. Sony GigE cameras incorporate the very latest Pregius high sensitivity technology for maximum visibility in challenging lighting environments, the innovative polarised camera uses monochrome quad polarised filters to capture polarised light in four planes. Datalogic’s M series cameras enable fast integration of challenging machine vision solutions.
For more information about our range of GigE cameras see the range below or contact our vision team
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