Allied Vision Technologies Unveils New Infrared Camera
Allied Vision Technologies offers a sneak preview of the next generation of its Goldeye infrared camera family at the SPIE Photonics West show from February 4-6, 2014 in San Francisco.
Like its predecessor, the all-new Goldeye is a short-wave infrared camera (SWIR) with sensitivity between 900 and 1,700 nm wavelengths.
Except for the name, that’s about the only thing the new Goldeye has in common with the original AVT Goldeye camera series: The new model is a brand new development on a new, state of the art technical platform. The new rectangular housing is significantly smaller and lighter, which makes the Goldeye the smallest SWIR camera with Gigabit Ethernet interface in the market.
The rugged hardware is designed for the tough requirements of industrial machine vision. For example, the built-in sensor cooling works without a fan and the screwed interface port allows for a secure connection. The ultra-compact form factor fitting screw threads on all sides make the integration into an image processing system particularly easy. With its 12-pin Hirose I/O port, the new Goldeye opens many possibilities for trigger and synchronization with other system components.
The new Goldeye features a GigE Vision compliant Gigabit Ethernet interface and supports Power over Ethernet, which simplifies cabling by powering the camera via the data cable. Thanks to its modular housing, the Goldeye can be fitted with various filters and lenses with C-, F- and M42-Mounts.
Market Launch Early 2014
The first model of the Goldeye family will be available in Q1/2014: The Goldeye G-032 features a highly sensitive InGaAs sensor with 640x512 Pixels resolution and framerates up to 100 frames per second. More models will be added in the course of the year.
SPIE Photonics West
San Francisco, CA - February 4-6, 2014