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Cameras with Dual GigE interface

LX series (LXG cameras)

  • 2 – 48 MP
  • Up to 111 fps (337 fps in Burst Mode)
  • ON Semiconductor PYTHON, ams CMV
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High resolution, fast, easily integrated

The LXG cameras with Dual GigE interface rely on a high bandwidth of 240 MB/s. This allows you to double the frame rate in your image processing or reduce the transmission time by half. The interface in line with GigE Vision ensures quick and cost-effective system integration. Thanks to the capture of short image sequences in Burst Mode or selected image sections via Multi ROI, the high-performance industrial cameras considerably reduce the response time or test duration.

The global shutter CMOS sensors ON Semiconductor PYTHON and ams CMV offer excellent sensitivity and high image quality up to 48 megapixels. This way, even high-speed processes are captured precisely and reliably. For the correction of pixels in the vertical direction, the CMOS cameras integrate an improved FPNC (Fixed Pattern Noise Correction) to create very homogenous images. This facilitates image evaluation and saves time in algorithm development.

Your benefits
  • Reliably capture the minutest details
    • Resolution up to 48 MP
    • Very high sensitivity
    • HDR (High Dynamic Range)
  • Easy, fast, and cost effective integration
    • Interface in line with GigE Vision
    • Operation with single or Dual GigE
    • Compact 60×60 mm housing with M3 mounts all-round
    • Modular lens mount for M58, M42, F-mount, or C-mount
    • PoE (Power over Ethernet), Multi I/O
  • Doubled frame rate or halved transmission time 
    • Bandwidth up to 240 MB/s 
  • Increase the production throughput for high-speed processes
    • Burst Mode, Multi ROI, and sequencer
  • Increased reliability coupled with reduced system and integration costs 
    • Replace several high-resolution cameras with a single 48 MP camera
    • PoE (Power over Ethernet)
  • Quickly develop algorithms
    • Improved FPNC for correction of pixels in the vertical direction



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