Alvium G1-812 UV
Compact GigE camera for constant image quality
Alvium G1-812 UV with Sony IMX487 runs 14.0 frames per second at 8.1 MP resolution.Configure
Alvium G1 is the first GigE Vision camera powered by ALVIUM® Technology, Allied Vision's ASIC chip. It combines the advantages of the established GigE Vision standard with the flexibility of the Alvium platform. In addition to a comprehensive feature set and a broad sensor selection, it offers great versatility. With its very compact housing and industrial standard hardware, it can easily be integrated into any vision system while ensuring long-term availability and reliability.
|Interface||IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, IEEE 802.3af (PoE)|
|Resolution||2848 (H) × 2848 (V)|
|Sensor size||Type 2/3|
|Pixel size||2.74 µm × 2.74 µm|
|Shutter mode||GS (Global shutter)|
|Lens mounts (available)||C-Mount, CS-Mount|
|Max. frame rate at full resolution||14 fps at 122 MByte/s, Mono8|
|Image buffer (RAM)||32 MByte|
|Non-volatile memory (Flash)||1024 KByte|
|Bit depth||12-bit Bit|
|Monochrome pixel formats||Mono8, Mono10, Mono10p, Mono12, Mono12p|
|TTL I/Os||2 GPIOs (LVTTL)|
|Opto-isolated I/Os||1 input, 1 output|
|Power requirements (DC)||10.8 to 26.4 VDC AUX | IEEE 802.3af, Power Class 0 PoE|
|Power consumption||External power: 4.0 W at 12 VDC (typical) | Power over Ethernet: 4.6 W (typical)|
Image control: Auto
- Auto exposure
- Auto gain
Image control: Other
- Adaptive noise correction
- Black level
- Custom convolution
- DPC (defect pixel correction)
- FPNC (fixed pattern noise correction)
- LUT (look-up table)
- Reverse X/Y
- ROI (region of interest)
- Acquisition frame rate
- Bandwidth control
- Counters and timers
- Firmware update in the field
- I/O and trigger control
- Serial I/Os
- Temperature monitoring
- User sets
Installing and operating the camera
Extended hardware options
Software and firmware
- Software downloads: Vimba X, other SDKs and tools
- Firmware downloads: Camera firmware
FAQs and application notes
- Knowledge base:
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- Application notes overview:
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- Application notes recommended for Alvium GigE cameras:
Tripod adapter 3D CAD file (STEP)
Alvium tripod adapter short (ZIP)
Camera 3D CAD files (STEP)
- You need a 3D CAD viewer application to view and measure the STEP files. Download a STEP viewer free of charge: https://www.freecadweb.org.
- Go to the Camera Selector, select your Alvium model, and configure the corresponding hardware option (such as an Open Housing C-Mount camera).
- In the tile showing your Alvium submodel, open the "STEP files" link. See the image below.
- Download the files from the link selection shown at the bottom of the tile.
- To assemble housed cameras from the STEP file components, follow the Instructions included in the link collection.
Configure your camera!
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.
Software integration made easy
Alvium GigE, 5GigE, and USB cameras can be easily integrated into embedded systems with Allied Vision's next generation Vimba X SDK, a fully GenICam-compliant platform-independent SDK for all Allied Vision cameras with GigE, 5GigE and USB3 Vision Interface.
GenICam-based Transport Layers support the Alvium cameras and can automatically connect them to third-party software solutions such as MATLAB, OpenCV, Halcon, CVB, and many more.
To operate Alvium CSI-2 cameras on your vision system, Allied Vision provides different access modes:
- GenICam for CSI-2 Access controls the camera by GenICam features, using the Alvium CSI-2 driver and CSI-2 transport layer (TL) directly.
- Direct Register Access (DRA) to control the cameras via registers for advanced users.
- Video4Linux2 Access allows to control the cameras via established V4L2 API and applications like GStreamer and OpenCV.
Open-source CSI-2 drivers are available on GitHub for different