Stingray F-080 with Sony ICX204 runs 31.0 frames per second at 0.8 MP resolution.Bookmark Remove from Bookmarks
The Stingray offers a particularly wide range of functions and image optimization options – for example, shading correction and low-noise binning mode. Thanks to its modular and flexible design, it is a particularly versatile high-performance camera for a wide range of applications. It is also available in board level and compact versions. Extreme distances can be bridged with the optional optical fiber interface.
|Interface||IEEE 1394b - 800 Mb/s, 2 ports, daisy chain|
|Resolution||1032 (H) × 776 (V)|
|Sensor type||CCD Progressive|
|Sensor size||Type 1/3|
|Pixel size||4.65 µm × 4.65 µm|
|Lens mount (default)||C-Mount|
|Max. frame rate at full resolution||31 fps|
|Image buffer (RAM)||Up to 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||41 %|
|Temporal dark noise||13.4 eˉ|
|Saturation capacity||14200 eˉ|
|Dynamic range||60.2 dB|
|Absolute sensitivity threshold||13.9 eˉ|
|Bit depth||8-14 Bit|
|Monochrome pixel formats||Mono8, Mono12, Mono16|
|Raw pixel formats||Raw8, Raw12, Raw16|
|Operating temperature||+5 °C to +45 °C|
|Power requirements (DC)||8 V to 36 V|
|Power consumption||<4 W (@ 12 VDC)|
|Body dimensions (L × W × H in mm)||72.9 × 44 × 29 (including connectors)|
|Regulations||CE: 2014/30/EU (EMC), 2011/65/EU, including amendment 2015/863/EU (RoHS); FCC Class B|
- High SNR mode (up to 24 dB better signal-to-noise ratio)
- Low-noise binning mode
- Shading correction
- Defect pixel correction
- Area of interest (AOI), separate AOI for auto features
- Auto gain (manual gain control: 0 to 24.4 dB)
- Auto exposure (49 µs to 67 s)
- Auto white balance
- Look-up table (LUT)
- Hue, saturation
- Color correction
- Local color anti-aliasing
- Reverse X/Y
- Deferred image transport
- Trigger programmable, level, single, bulk, programmable delay
- Sequence mode (changes the camera settings on the fly)
- SIS (secure image signature, time stamp for trigger, frame count etc.)
- Storable user sets
Scope of delivery
- Camera and IEEE 1394b cable (other configurations on request)
The Stingray F-080B/F-080C cameras includes extensive image pre-processing features. This camera is applicable for:
- Industrial inspection and automation
- Science and research
- Healthcare and medical (white housing available)
- Multimedia, entertainment and sports
- Intelligent traffic solutions (ITS)
Additionally, it is ideally suited for:
- Demanding OEM camera applications (board level versions with separate sensor board available on request)
- Daisy chaining (two copper connectors)
Installing and operating the camera
Software and firmware
FAQs and application notes
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