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At Allied Vision, we help people achieve their goals with digital cameras for computer vision. This technology opens up a range of new possibilities for businesses throughout a broad spectrum of industries. Originally built with the needs of manufacturers in mind, our camera portfolio now extends to a wide variety of sectors including science and research, medical imaging, traffic monitoring, and sports analytics.

Given the wide variety of application challenges our customers face, we have always endeavored to offer a flexible and variable camera portfolio. This is why we design our cameras to be modular. The result is a diversity of sensors, lens mounts, filters, board-level versions, and many more options that maximize flexibility.

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Our engineers design digital cameras with a large scope of resolutions, frame rates, bandwidths, interfaces, spectral sensitivities, sensor technologies, and technical platforms. We have created a modular concept to ensure that your camera adapts to requirements of your application and not the other way around.

We know how to help you find the best camera solution for your application. That includes a digital camera, but also the right lens, the right connectivity hardware and the right software interface. Our job is to reliably deliver the image you need, when you need it and how you need it.

 

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Allied Vision is at your side throughout the life cycle of your image-processing project. We are here to help you integrate your camera into your system, solve software issues and ensure your system performs as it should even years after you purchased your camera.

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Allied Vision releases high-performance Alvium 1800 USB cameras with up to 24.6 MP resolution

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Sony 4th generation IMX sensors IMX540, IMX541, and IMX542 now available in Alvium 1800 USB camera series

With Alvium 1800 U-2460, Alvium 1800 U-2040, and Alvium 1800 U-1620 Allied Vision adds three high-performance Sony fourth generation IMX back-illuminated CMOS sensors with Pregius S global shutter technology to its Alvium Camera Series. The Alvium 1800 USB cameras combine a compact sugar cube format with large high-resolution sensors and thus offer the highest possible resolution within such a small housing.

USB cameras with high quality Sony sensors
Available with both an USB3 and a MIPI CSI-2 interface the Alvium 1800 C/U-2460 delivers images with a resolution of 24.6 Megapixel thanks to Sony’s high-resolution IMX540 sensor. The Alvium 1800 U-2040 is the first model of the Alvium USB3 camera series with a square sensor. It combines a square sensor format with a C-mount in a sugar cube housing and is thus an ideal choice for microscopy applications. It features the 20.4 MP Sony IMX541 sensor enabling a frame rate of 17 fps. Alvium U-1620 is equipped with the IMX542 sensor with a 16:9 wide screen format offering almost twice the resolution of the comparable 2nd generation Sony IMX sensor IMX265 with the same size making it especially attractive for ITS applications demanding high resolution images.
The three sensors feature an improved back side illuminated pixel architecture that can capture light more effectively, which leads to improved quantum efficiency (QE) compared to 2nd and 3rd generation IMX sensors. High quantum efficiency, lower readout noise and higher spatial resolution result in excellent image quality with high dynamic range. Because of the decreased pixel size of 2.74µm higher pixel densities (i.e. resolutions) for the same optical format are possible.

Near Infrared (NIR) enhanced color camera
In addition to the three cameras with Sony 4th generation IMX sensors Allied Vision adds the NIR-enhanced Alvium 1800 U-501c NIR as a color camera to the existing monochrome version. It is equipped with OnSemi’s rolling shutter sensor AR0522 which has a particularly good performance in the NIR region of the spectrum (i.e. above 750nm wavelength). It therefore performs very well in low light scenarios (e.g. at dusk or dawn).

New Alvium 1800 U models at a glance

Model

Alvium 1800
U-1620

Alvium 1800
U-2040

Alvium 1800
U-2460

Alvium 1800
U-501c NIR

Sensor

Sony IMX542

Sony IMX541

Sony IMX540

OnSemi AR0522

Sensor type

CMOS Global shutter

CMOS Global shutter

CMOS Global shutter

CMOS Rolling shutter

Sensor size

Type 1.1

Type 1.1

Type 1.2

Type 1/2.5

Pixel size

2.74 μm × 2.74 μm

2.74 μm × 2.74 μm

2.74 μm × 2.74 μm

2.2 μm × 2.2 μm

Resolution
(H × V)

16.2 MP
5328 × 3040

20.4 MP
4512 × 4512

24.6 MP
5328 × 4608

5.0 MP
2592 × 1944

Aspect ratio

16:9

1:1

7:6

4:3

Frame rate

22 fps

17 fps

14 fps

68 fps


All cameras will be available with different housing variants (closed housing, open housing, bare board) as well as different lens mount options. The USB interface can be located either on the camera back side or left side (as seen from the sensor).