Emergent Vision Technologies Introduces Eros 5 GigE Camera Series

Eros cameras will feature many of the latest Sony Pregius CMOS image sensors offered in Emergent’s 10 GigE and 25 GigE cameras, but in lower speed, lower cost, and smaller-size camera options. At the same time, the cameras will still support Emergent’s zero-copy imaging approach, which refers to the use of built-in header-splitting features in network interface cards (NICs) to perform zero-copy image transfer.


Emergent Vision Technologies Introduces Eros 5 GigE Camera Series

Addressing gaps in zero-copy imaging

Published: Thursday, January 4, 2024 – 12:01

For applications where inspecting shiny or reflective surfaces is necessary, the Eros series also features a polarized camera option based on the 5 MP Sony IMX250MZR (mono) and IMX250MYR (color) Polarsens CMOS sensor. Polarsens CMOS sensors feature tiny wire-grid polarizers over every lens and have 0°, 45°, 90°, and 135° polarization angles in four-pixel groups that equate to one pixel of output. These sensors can separate reflected and transmitted scenes, which proves useful in detecting surface defects like dirt, bumps, dips, scratches, and bends when inspecting shiny objects.

“Not every high-speed imaging application needs a camera interface of 10 GigE or higher, but all applications do require reliable image transmission with no dropped packets or frames, which is what Eros and all other Emergent cameras bring to the table,” says Ilett.

منبع: https://www.qualitydigest.com/inside/innovation-news/emergent-vision-technologies-introduces-eros-5-gige-camera-series-010424.html

(Emergent: Port Coquitlam, British Columbia) — Emergent Vision Technologies, a pioneer in high-speed GigE vision cameras and zero-data-loss vision technologies, announces the launch of the Eros camera series, which will support 5 GigE, 2.5 GigE, and 1 GigE speeds through auto-negotiation.

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