Allied Vision to highlight latest Mako CMOS models at NIWeek 2015

Allied Vision will be exhibiting at NIWeek 2015 in Austin, Texas from August 3-6, 2015. New Mako cameras with CMOS sensors will be featured.

Austin, Texas, July 6, 2015 – Allied Vision will be exhibiting at NIWeek 2015 in Austin, Texas at the Austin Convention Center during August 3-6, 2015.  Visitors can stop by and learn more about the Mako entry-level camera series in Booth #922.

Mako: Continued Growth. Excellent Performance.
Allied Vision’s Mako Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) camera series continues to grow with the addition of new CMOS sensors.  e2v’s EV76C560 and EV76C570 CMOS sensors are in the Mako G-131 (1.3 Megapixels at 62 fps) and G-192 (1.9 Megapixels at 60 fps), respectively.  Aptina’s MT9P031 (monochrome) / MT9P006 (color) CMOS sensors can be found in the Mako G-503 which delivers a resolution of 5 Megapixels at 14 fps.  These new models offer more solutions for various applications, such as quality control or industrial imaging.  Mako GigE cameras include standard features such as Power over Ethernet (PoE), look up tables (LUTs), camera temperature monitoring and many more.

Coming later in 2015, the popular Mako camera will be available with USB3 Vision interface.  Four new models will use CMOS sensors from OnSemi with resolutions ranging from VGA to 5 Megapixels.  Combined with speed of the USB3 interface, these models will provide very high frame rates with up to 620 fps at VGA resolution.

Booth #922
NIWeek 2015
August 3-6, 2015
Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas, USA