Modular machine vision camera with GigE Vision interface
Manta G-917 with Sony ICX814 runs 10.1 frames per second at 9.2 MP resolution.Bookmark Remove from Bookmarks
Manta is Allied Vision’s most versatile GigE Vision camera series. It provides the largest choice of image sensors and its advanced feature set simplifies the setup of multi-camera applications. With its modular hardware concept, Manta offers nearly endless configuration possibilities to adapt the camera to your application.
|Interface||IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, IEEE 802.3af (PoE) optional|
|Resolution||3384 (H) × 2710 (V)|
|Sensor type||CCD Progressive|
|Sensor size||Type 1|
|Pixel size||3.69 µm × 3.69 µm|
|Shutter mode||Global shutter|
|Lens mounts (available)||C-Mount, CS-Mount|
|Max. frame rate at full resolution||10.1 fps|
|Image buffer (RAM)||128 MByte|
Imaging performance data is based on the evaluation methods in the EMVA 1288 Release 3.1 standard for characterization of image sensors and cameras. Measurements are typical values for monochrome models measured at full resolution without optical filter. Contact Sales or AE for more information.
|Quantum efficiency at 529 nm||69 %|
|Temporal dark noise||9.5 eˉ|
|Saturation capacity||9900 eˉ|
|Dynamic range||60.0 dB|
|Absolute sensitivity threshold||10.0 eˉ|
|Bit depth||8/12/14 Bit|
|Monochrome pixel formats||Mono8, Mono12Packed, Mono12|
|Raw pixel formats||BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerRG12Packed|
|Operating temperature||+5 °C to +45 °C ambient (without condensation)|
|Power requirements (DC)||8 to 30 VDC AUX or IEEE 802.3af PoE|
|Power consumption||External power: 4.0 W at 12 VDC | Power over Ethernet: 4.7 W|
|Mass||190 g; 200 g (PoE)|
|Body dimensions (L × W × H in mm)||86.3 × 44 × 29 (including connectors)|
|Regulations||CE: 2014/30/EU (EMC), 2011/65/EU, including amendment 2015/863/EU (RoHS); FCC Class B; CAN ICES-3 (B)|
Image control: Auto
- Auto exposure
- Auto gain
- Auto white balance (color models)
Image control: Other
- Black level
- Color transformation (incl. hue, saturation; color models)
- LUT (look-up table)
- ROI (region of interest)
- Acquisition frame rate
- Action commands, incl. ToE (trigger over Ethernet)
- Auo iris
- Bandwidth control
- Event channel
- Firmware update in the field
- I/O and trigger control
- Image chunk data
- PTP (IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol)
- Sensor taps
- Stream hold
- Temperature monitoring
- User sets
Manta G-917 is ideal for a wide range of applications including:
- Machine vision
- High-resolution surveillance
- High-resolution quality control
- Large area scan
- Aerial imaging
- Intelligent traffic solutions (ITS)
Installing and operating the camera
Software and firmware
- Software downloads: Vimba, other SDKs and tools
- Firmware downloads: Camera firmware
FAQs and application notes
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3D CAD Files (STEP)
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Allied Vision approved machine vision accessories have been selected by our experts to deliver best possible image quality to your application with the greatest possible reliability. Our technicians and engineers conduct extensive tests with accessories such as lenses and interface cables in combination with our cameras. That way, we can recommend the best possible accessories and ensure maximal performance of your Allied Vision camera.
Have you heard of Vimba, our platform independent SDK (software development kit)?
Thanks to our in-house software you can easily integrate our cameras into any system and manage them centrally.
Vimba runs on Windows, Linux, and Linux for ARM.
With Vimba, you can acquire images and control your Allied Vision camera instantly, program complex vision applications or connect to third-party libraries.