The EoSens® GE high-speed camera captures images with 1,280 x 1,024 pixel resolution at 81 frames per second. At reduced resolution the frame rate can be increased to up to 15,290 frames per second.
The camera uses the GigE Vision® interface that is found on all modern computers and servers, allowing integrators to plug and play the camera into existing systems. Multiple cameras can easily be connected to the same computer and the same port using switches. Cable lengths of up to 100 meters are possible with no frame grabber required.
The EoSens® GE allows four individual ROIs. Additionally, through two selectable steps, the camera's dynamic range can be enhanced to 90 dB. The pixel exposure can be accumulated up to seven times. The optimally exposed image can then be selected for further processing.
- 81 fps at 1.3 megapixel resolution
- More than 15,000 fps at reduced resolution
- 63 x 63 x 46 mm small
- High contrast images with 90 dB dynamic range
- Gigabit Ethernet / GigE Vison® interface
- Up to 100 m cable length without additional hardware
- Shock and vibration proof
- Fanless design
monochrome / color
|Frame rate||81 fps|
|Pixel size||14 x 14 μm|
|Sensitivity (mono)||10.2 V/lux*s @ 550 nm|
|Dynamic range||57 dB / up to 90 dB|
|Mount options||F-Mount / C-Mount|
|Conformity||GigE Vision® / GenICam / RoHS / CE|
|Features||Multiple ROI / FPN Correction / Triple Slope / Binning Mode|
|For further specifications please download the data sheet.|
|1,280 x 1,024 px||81 fps|
|1,024 x 768 px||130 fps|
|640 x 480 px||330 fps|
|400 x 300 px||790 fps|
|60 x 60 px||6,140 fps|
|Maximal frame rate||152,90 fps|
AICON 3D Systems GmbH is one of the world's leading providers of optical camera-based 3D measurement systems. With WheelWatch, the company provides a simple solution to high-precision 6D acquisition of wheel motions. The centrepiece of this system is the EoSens® GE high-speed camera.
"The camera operates reliably, despite sometimes facing tough operating conditions. The camera coped very well with various challenging applications – not only in the field of wheel motion – and always delivers high-quality image data.”
"Being able to use the FPGA built into the camera, for our own image processing purposes, was one of the reasons we opted for a Mikrotron camera. The collaboration required for this has gone really well."
- Robert Godding, Managing Director, AICON 3D Systems GmbH.