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Vieworks VP 29 Megapixel Peltier Camera

Vieworks VP 29 Megapixel Pelletier Camera
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Thermoelectric Peltier Cooled,
High Speed Programmable Digital Camera

Vieworks VP Series cameras are thermoelectric Peltier (TEC) cooled high performance digital cameras. These cameras use cooling technology developed for, and used by, many demanding medical market customers. The TEC maintains the operating temperature of the CCD at up to 20 degrees below ambient temperature. These cameras provide a stable operating condition or the ability to expose for a long period of time to increase camera sensitivity. These cameras are ideal for industrial applications such as FPD inspection and microscopy.

 




VP-29MC-M/C 5

THERMOELECTRIC PELTIER COOLED
HIGH SPEED PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL CAMERA

VP Series cameras are thermo–electric Peltier (TEC) cooled high performance digital cameras. These cameras use cooling technology developed for, and used by, many demanding medical market customers. The TEC maintains the operating temperature of the CCD at up to 20 degrees below ambient temperature. These cameras provide a stable operating condition or the ability to expose for a long period of time to increase camera sensitivity. These cameras are ideal for industrial applications such as FPD inspection and microscopy.

Main Features:

  • Thermoelectric Peltier Cooled
  • 20 degrees below ambient temperature
  • Progressive Scan Interline Transfer CCD Imager
  • Flat Field Correction
  • Field Upgradable Firmware
  • Pixel Defect Correction

Applications:

  • Flat Panel Display Inspection
  • Research and Scientific Imaging
  • Machine Vision Inspection
  • Microscopy and Metrology

Specifications:

Model VP-29MC-M/C 5
Resolution (H × V) 6576 × 4384
Sensor (ON Semiconductor) KAI-29050
Sensor Size (Optical Format) 35 ㎜
Sensor Type Progressive Scan Interline Transfer CCD
Pixel Size 5.5 ㎛ × 5.5 ㎛
Interface Camera Link
Max. Frame Rate (40 ㎒) 5 fps
Exposure Time (10 ㎲ step) 1/100000 s - 7 s
Partial Scan (Max. Speed) 15.3 fps at 1200 Lines
Pixel Data Format 8 / 10 / 12 bit
Electronic Shutter Global Shutter
Data Output Pixel Clock 40/80 ㎒
Trigger Mode Free-Run, Overlap, Fast, Double - Programmable Exposure Time and Trigger Polarity
Dynamic Range 62 ㏈
Cooling Method Thermoelectric Peltier Cooling
Cooling Performance 20℃ below ambient temperature
Standard cooling with a fan
Dimension / Weight 90 ㎜ × 90 ㎜ × 142 ㎜, 1550 g (with F-mount)
Temperature Operating: -5℃ ~ 40℃       Storage: -40℃ ~ 70℃
Lens Mount No mount or F-mount, Custom mount available upon request
Power 10~14 V DC, Typ. 26 / MAX. 30 W
Compliance CE, FCC, KC
Configuration Software Configurator
   


VP-71MC-M/C 4

71 MEGAPIXEL RESOLUTION CMOS CAMERA WITH TEC INTEGRATED

The VP-71MC, the latest member of the industrial proven VP series, is a new 71 megapixel resolution CMOS camera with Camera Link interface. The VP-71MC uses the latest 71 megapixel CMOS imaging sensor (CHR 70M) technology from CMOSIS, and offers a frame rate of 4 fps at full resolution. This camera uses thermo-electric Peltier (TEC) cooling technology developed for, and used by, many demanding medical market customers. The TEC maintains the operating temperature of the CMOS imaging sensor at up to 20 degrees below ambient temperature. This camera provide a stable operating condition or the ability to expose for a long period of time to increase camera sensitivity. Featured with the stable operating capability and high resolution, this camera is ideal for demanding applications such as FPD, PCB, and semiconductor inspections.

Main Features:

  • Thermoelectric Peltier Cooled - 20℃ below ambient temperature
  • 71 Megapixel Resolution CMOS Imaging Sensor
  • Camera Link Medium Interface up to 4.2 fps
  • Minimizing the Number of Hot Pixels with TEC (up to 99%)
  • Flat Field Correction
  • Pixel Defect Correction
  • Non-uniformity Correction (DSNU and PRNU)
  • Field Upgradable Firmware

Applications:

  • FPD, Electronics and Semiconductor Inspection
  • Research and Scientific Imaging
  • Document / Film Scanning

Specifications:

Model VP-71MC-M/C 4
Resolution (H × V) 10000 × 7096
Sensor CMOSIS CHR70M
Sensor Size (Optical Format) 31.00 ㎜ × 24.11 ㎜ (38 ㎜)
Sensor Type High Resolution CMOS Imaging Sensor
Pixel Size 3.1 ㎛ × 3.1 ㎛
Interface 2 Tap Camera Link Base
4 Tap - Normal Camera Link Medium
4 Tap - High
Max. Frame Rate 2.1 fps (CL Base)
2.9 fps (CL Medium)
4.2 fps (CL Medium / Overclocked)
Transfer Time 476 ㎳ (CL Base)
335 ㎳ (CL Medium)
238 ㎳ (CL Medium / Overclocked)
Exposure Time 66 ㎲ ~ 7 s (1 line step)
Pixel Data Format 8 / 10 / 12 bit
Electronic Shutter Rolling Shutter
Data Output
Pixel Clock Speed
2 Tap 85 ㎒
4 Tap Normal: 60 ㎒ / High: 85 ㎒
Trigger Mode Free-Run, External Trigger
Programmable Exposure Time and Trigger Polarity
Dynamic Range 63 ㏈
Cooling Method Thermoelectric Peltier Cooling
Cooling Performance About 20 below ambient temperature - Standard Cooling with a Fan
Dimension / Weight 90 ㎜ × 90 ㎜ × 137 ㎜, 1500 g (F-mount)
Temperature Operating: 0℃ ~ 40℃, Storage: -40℃ ~ 70℃
Lens Mount F-mount, Custom mount available upon request
Power 10 ~ 24 V DC, Typ. 20.0 W
Compliance CE, FCC, KC
Configuration Software Configurator
   
 

Download

  Data Sheet pdf icon VP-71MC-M/C 4
  Data Sheet pdf icon VP-29MC-M/C 5
  Camera Selection Guide pdf icon Camera Selection Guide

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