With over 90 models, the CX series provides the right GigE or USB 3.0 camera for any application. The series boasts excellent image quality, extensive functionality and high frame rates – with a defined ROI (Region of Interest), the cameras can achieve frame rates of well over 1000 fps. Combined with latest CMOS global and rolling shutter sensors, the CX cameras provide reliable and future-oriented solutions for applications across all industries.
CX models with second-generation Sony Pregius global shutter sensors enable exposure times from 1 µs to 60 s. This makes these cameras ideal for applications with high light intensity such as laser welding, or for high-speed applications, as in PCB pick and place to minimize blur.
CX.I cameras with more power
With a high operating temperature range from -40 °C to 70 °C, a robust industry-standard M12 connector as well as 4 power outputs with integrated lighting controller, the CX.I cameras offer that extra power for demanding applications.
Rolling shutter cameras
Are you are looking for a cost-oriented solution for your application but need to use high-resolution cameras? Our rolling shutter CX models will help you reduce system costs – and yet with an image quality equivalent to that of global shutter sensors.
The CX series polarization cameras use the polarization properties of light and capture the complete linear polarization state of surfaces. Non-visible material properties can be evaluated, e.g. in order to detect residual stress in glass or defects in carbon fiber fabrics (CFRP).
Extensive functionality combined with excellent image quality and high frame rates open up a wide range of applications for CX cameras.
Example: Gripper position monitoring in automotive production
Example: Supporting quick and efficient pick & place processes
Example: Monitoring components and solder joints in inline AOI systems and identification code reading
Example: Weld seam monitoring with high light intensity
Example: Robot-guided inspection of drill holes
Example: Wavefront analysis in ophthalmology
Example: Detection of residual stress in glass production
Example: Identification of defects in the production of carbon fiber fabric (CFRP)
Example: Running and gait analysis
Example: Analysis of blood samples
Example: Simultaneous imaging of multiple codes (bulk code reading)
Example: 3D surface inspection of stamped metal parts
Shape from shading is a 3D-measuring technique used in inline surface inspection to reliably identify defects, even on highly-reflective metal surfaces. Baumer industrial cameras simplify system design and reduce cost thanks to the combination of this technology with integrated illumination control.