Sony proudly introduces two new raw color GigE cameras to its popular XCG Series: the high-quality, high-performance XCG-5005CR and XCG-U100CR.
These cameras incorporate the GigE Vision® interface, which is specifically standardized for machine-vision applications based on Gigabit Ethernet technology. In accordance with the growing demand for large-scale systems, this interface enables the cameras to transfer a large amount of data over long distances. The use of an Ethernet cable and the availability of a wide variety of peripheral devices contribute to significant cost-cutting benefits when designing a complete vision system. The new XCG cameras use a CCD with a color mask (commonly called a “Bayer filter”) and output the “raw color” pixel values in 8, 10 or 12 bit to be converted to a color image on a computer. The color conversion that takes place in the computer is supported by Sony’s XCG-Software and a variety of commercially available third-party software programs. In addition, the XCG-5005CR and the XCG-U100CR cameras offer unique benefits that are inherited from the Sony’s XCD Series such as Bulk Trigger mode and Sequential Trigger mode.
By utilizing the features and benefits of the GigE Vision interface, the XCG-5005CR and the XCG-U100CR cameras expand the possibilities for intelligent traffic, factory automation, food and beverage inspection, and pharmaceutical applications.
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