Ottawa, ON Canada, March 18, 2020 – Pixelink, a global provider of industrial cameras for the machine vision and microscopy markets, announces the expansion of its PL-X 10 GigE high-end camera line with the addition of 20 MP and 24 MP models. These cameras feature Sony Pregius S sensors that provide back-side illumination and offer excellent image quality and resolution for precision microscopy, defect inspection, factory automation, and high speed imaging applications.
The PL-X9520 model incorporates the 20 MP IMX531 1.1” CMOS image sensor from Sony, with 4512 x 4512 resolution. The PL-X9524 model incorporates the Sony IMX530 1.2” sensor with 24 MP resolution (5328 x 4608).Both cameras offer high quantum efficiency, and excellent low light performance.
The new PL-X9520 and PL-X9524 models, with 10GBase-T interface, Power-over-Ethernet and Trigger-over-Ethernet capabilities, allow data transfer at high speeds over long cable lengths of up to 100m. Sensor features such as back-illumination and global shutter support the capture of accurate, reliable, distortion-free images of large moving objects.
“We are pleased to roll out these next two camera models in our 10 GigE PL-X series,” comments Lisanne Glavin, General Manager at Pixelink. “System designers and developers can now easily incorporate the latest sensors into their applications and benefit from multi-camera synchronization on a high bandwidth, easy to integrate platform.”
The PL-X9520 and PL-X9524 models, similar to the previously released PL-X957 (IMX420) and PL-X9512 (IMX253) cameras, are available in color/monochrome and enclosed or board level. These and all standard Pixelink camera models can be modified to meet exact specifications, performance, physical requirements, and application needs of customers. Camera customization, such as sensor-lens integration and alignment, modifications to firmware/FPGA, and sensor calibrations for unique environments, enhance camera performance and provide cutting-edge solutions for OEM medical, life science and industrial imaging applications.