GigE Vision



GigE Vision Camera Chart

Model Types

Sony (CMOS)

Aptina (CMOS)

e2v (CMOS)

CMOSIS (CMOS)

Sony (CCD)

Imager 1/1.2'' CMOS(2.35 MP)
1/1.2'' CMOS(2.3 MP)
1/1.8'' CMOS(3.2 MP)
2/3'' CMOS(5.0 MP)
1/2.5'' CMOS (5 MP)
1/1.8'' CMOS (1.3 MP)
2/3'' CMOS (2 MP)
1'' CMOS (4 MP)

CCD Sensors
1/3'' CCD (0.3 MP)
1/3'' CCD (0.3 MP) ^
1/3'' CCD (0.8 MP)
1/3'' CCD (1.3 MP) ^
1/2'' CCD (0.3 MP) ^
1/2'' CCD (1.3 MP)
1/2'' CCD (1.3 MP) ^
1/1.8'' CCD (2.0 MP)
1/1.8'' CCD (2.0 MP) ^
2/3'' CCD (5.0 MP)

Sensors IMX174
IMX249
IMX265
IMX264
MT9P031/12STC
EV76C560ACT-EQV
CMV2000
CMV4000
ICX424AQ (0.3 MP)
ICX424AQ ^ (0.3 MP) ^
ICX204AK (0.8 MP)
ICX204AK ^ (1.3 MP) ^
ICX414AQ ^ (0.3 MP) ^
ICX205AK (1.3 MP)
ICX267AK ^ (1.3 MP) ^
ICX274AQ (2.0 MP)
ICX274AQ ^ (2.0 MP) ^
ICX625AQ (5.0 MP)

Resolution 2.30 MP
2.35 MP
3.2 MP
5.0 MP
5 MP
1.3 MP
2 MP
4 MP
CCD Sensors
0.3 MP
0.3 MP ^
0.3 MP ^
0.8 MP
1.3 MP
1.3 MP ^
1.4 MP ^
2.0 MP
2.0 MP ^
5.0 MP

Pixel Array 1920 x 1200
2048 x 1536
2448 x 2048
2592 x 1944
1280 x 1024
2048 x 1088
2048 x 2048
648 x 494
648 x 494 ^
648 x 494 ^
1024 x 768
1280 x 966 ^
1360 x 1040
1360 x 1040 ^
1624 x 1236
1624 x 1236 ^
2448 x 2058

FPS 21 fps
33.3 fps
41.6 fps
45 fps
14 ~ 123 fps
61 fps
50 fps
25 fps
CCD Sensors
122 fps ^
120 fps ^
90 fps
39 fps ^
39 fps ^
36 fps
34 fps ^
19 fps
15 fps (UXGA)
15 fps (QSXGA)

Types  Cased  Cased  Cased  Cased  Cased
Dimension  35 x 35 x 55.9 mm  35 x 35 x 57.3 mm  35 x 35 x 55.9 mm  35 x 35 x 57.3 mm  35 x 35 x 55.9 mm
 50 x 50 x 53.4 mm


 

GigE Pregius CMOS Cameras


Sentech is proud to present a brand new line up of GigE Vision cameras featuring the Sony Pregius® sensors. These cameras are available in 2.35 MP 1/1.2” Color or Monochrome sensors, 41.6 FPS, and feature CMOS Global Shutter. These cameras are currently available, and are designed to fit in any application you can imagine.


  Sony Pregius® Sensors

  8.8 to 265 FPS

  GigE Vision Compliant



 

  GigE Sony CMOS Models

Color Mono Sensor Resolution Pixel Array FPS Size
STC-SCS43POE STC-SBS43POE 1/2.9" CMOS 0.4 MP 728 x 544 265 35 x 35 x 53.4 mm
STC-SCS163POE STC-SBS163POE 1/2.9" CMOS 1.6 MP 1456 x 1088 69 35 x 35 x 53.4 mm
STC-SCS231POE STC-SBS231POE 1/1.2" CMOS 2.3 MP 1920 x 1200 41.6 35 x 35 x 53.4 mm
STC-SCS312POE STC-SBS312POE 1/1.8" CMOS 3.2 MP 2048 x 1536 33.3 35 x 35 x 53.4 mm
STC-SCS500POE STC-SBS500POE 2/3" CMOS 5.0 MP 2048 x 1536 21 35 x 35 x 53.4 mm
STC-SCS853POE - 1/2.5" CMOS 8.3 MP 3840 x 2160 12.5 35 x 35 x 53.4 mm
STC-SCS1242POE - 1/1.7" CMOS 12.4 MP 4000 x 3000 8.8 35 x 35 x 53.7 mm


 Mechanical Drawing GigE Sony CMOS Models


STC-SB:SC33POE ~ STC-SB:SC500POE


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GigE Aptina CMOS Cameras


The Sentech GigE Aptina CMOS camera features a 1/2.5" CMOS Aptina sensor with a scalable 5MP (14fps) to 32 x 32 pixels (2,106fps) resolution. This low cost, high performance camera comes in an ultra small 35 (W) x 35 (H) x 53.5 (D) mm size.


  1/2.5" CMOS Sensor

  VGA to 5MP Scalable Resolution

  GigE Vision Compliant



 

  GigE Aptina CMOS Models

Color Mono Sensor Resolution Pixel Array FPS Size
STC-SCA503POE STC-SBA503POE 1/2.5" 5 MP 2592 x 1944 14 35 x 35 x 53.5 mm
STC-SCA1002POE STC-SBA1002POE 1/2.3" 10 MP 3,856 x 2,764 - 35 x 35 x 53.5 mm


 Mechanical Drawing GigE Aptina CMOS Models


STC-SB; STC-SCA503POE


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GigE e2v CMOS Cameras


The Sentech GigE e2v CMOS camera features a 1/1.8" CMOS e2v sensor, 1.3 megapixel resolution, up to 61 fps, and is available in color or monochrome models. As with all Sentech GigE cameras, this camera comes standard with the Sentech GigE Vision software package as well as the powerful Sentech SDK.


  1/1.8" e2v CMOS Sensor

  1.3MP Resolution

  GigE Vision Compliant



 

  GigE e2v Models

Color Mono Sensor Resolution Pixel Array FPS Size
STC-SCE132POE STC-SBE132POE 1/1.8" 1.3 MP 1280 x 1024 61 35 x 35 x 54.3 mm


 Mechanical Drawing GigE e2v Models


STC-SBE:SCE132POE-C


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STC-SBE:SCE132POE-CS


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GigE CMOSIS CMOS Cameras


The Sentech GigE Vision CMOSIS camera series includes 2 and 4 megapixel resolution cameras with 50 and 25 fps. This series features 2/3" and 1" CMOSIS sensors, global shutter, power over ethernet or 6 pin connector, an ultra compact 35 (W) x 35 (H) x 55.9 (D) mm size, and is also available with Near-IR capabilities.


  1/2.5" CMOS Sensor

   VGA to 5MP Scalable Resolution

  GigE Vision Compliant



 

  GigE CMOSIS Models

Color Mono Sensor Resolution Pixel Array FPS Size
STC-CMC2MPOE STC-CMB2MPOE 2/3" CMOS 2 MP 2048 x 1088 50 35 x 35 x 55.9 mm
STC-CMC4MPOE STC-CMB4MPOE 1" CMOS 4 MP 2048 x 2048 25 35 x 35 x 55.9 mm


 Mechanical Drawing GigE CMOSIS Models


STC-CMB:CMC2MPOE ~ STC-CMB:CMC4MPOE


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What is GigE Vision?


GigE Vision is an interface standard introduced in 2006 for high-performance industrial cameras. It provides a framework for transmitting high-speed video and related control data over Ethernet networks. The standard was initiated by a group of 12 companies, and the committee has since grown to include more than 50 members.[2] The 12 founding members were: Adimec, Atmel, Basler AG, CyberOptics, DALSA, JAI A/S, JAI PULNiX, Matrox, National Instruments, Photonfocus, Pleora Technologies and Stemmer Imaging. The Automated Imaging Association (AIA)[3] oversees the on-going development and administration of the standard.


What is GigE PoE?


Power over Ethernet or PoE describes any of several standardized or ad-hoc systems which pass electrical power along with data on Ethernet cabling. This allows a single cable to provide both data connection and electrical power to devices such as wireless access points or IP cameras. Unlike standards such as Universal Serial Bus which also power devices over the data cables, PoE allows long cable lengths. Power may be carried on the same conductors as the data, or it may be carried on dedicated conductors in the same cable.



What is Resolution?


Image resolution is the detail an image holds. The term applies to raster digital images, film images, and other types of images. Higher resolution means more image detail. Image resolution can be measured in various ways. Basically, resolution quantifies how close lines can be to each other and still be visibly resolved. Resolution units can be tied to physical sizes (e.g. lines per mm, lines per inch), to the overall size of a picture (lines per picture height, also known simply as lines, TV lines, or TVL), or to angular subtenant. Line pairs are often used instead of lines; a line pair comprises a dark line and an adjacent light line. A line is either a dark line or a light line. A resolution 10 lines per millimeter means 5 dark lines alternating with 5 light lines, or 5 line pairs per millimeter (5 LP/mm). Photographic lens and film resolution are most often quoted in line pairs per millimeter.

 
 

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