Camera manufacturer Allied Vision will exhibit at Enova Paris, a french exhibition for technology and services focused on Electronics, Embedded systems, Internet of Things, Measurement, Vision and Optics, from 14 to 15 September, 2016 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. The newest Manta camera models with CMOS sensors and the Goldeye infrared camera will take center stage at Booth #D27 in Hall 7.2. Another highlight at the Allied Vision booth will be the camera Prosilica GT with an new Electro-Focus (EF) lens control via GenICam feature access.
CMOS Cameras for High Quality Imaging
At Enova Paris Allied Vision introduces two new camera models with the very popular Sony PregiusTM CMOS sensors to the French market. The Manta G-319 powered by the 3.1 megapixel Sony IMX265 sensor, and the Manta G-507 utilizing the 5.0 megapixel Sony IMX264 sensor will provide great options for high-quality imaging. Due to their high saturation capacity and very low noise resulting in an exceptional dynamic range, these cameras will be the best candidates to replace existing CCD cameras with similar resolution and optical formats. A live demonstration comparing low-noise, dynamic range and saturation of CCD and CMOS sensors will be shown at the Allied Vision booth.
Moreover, the new Manta G-319 and Manta G-507 are the first Allied Vision camera models offering the Trigger over Ethernet (ToE) Action Commands feature. This means that Manta cameras can now be triggered via its Power over Ethernet connection and enable users to realize single cable solutions with data, power and trigger capabilities. The Manta is Allied Vision’s most versatile GigE Vision camera with various housing options and board-level variants.
From visible to infrared
Visitors to Allied Vision can also experience the diversity of Allied Vision’s high performance camera portfolio, offering cameras for the visible spectrum as well as for near and shortwave infrared. This broad product portfolio offers appropriate solutions for even the most diverse demands and applications. For example the Goldeye camera is sensitive in the short-wave infrared range between 900 and 1700 nm. Numerous features, such as comprehensive control options and integrated sensor cooling and processing, make the Goldeye particularly appropriate for demanding hyperspectral and infrared applications.
Experts from Allied Vision will be available for questions regarding camera solutions for high quality imaging, and will be happy to advice on proper camera selection.
14-15 September 2016,
Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles
Allied Vision booth: Hall 7.2, Booth #D27