June 10, 2022
LUCID Vision Labs, which designs and manufactures industrial vision cameras, has announced that its 47 megapixel Atlas10 camera has entered series production. The ATX470S model is now available for order here through its product page.
The Atlas10 camera features Sony’s IMX492 rolling shutter CMOS sensor, which offers 8,240 by 5,628 pixel resolution, and 4/3-inch sensor size, running at 22.6 frames per second at 10-bit ADC. It uses a TFL lens mount allowing for better illumination on the edges of larger sensors, along with Active Sensor Alignment to help maximize the optical performance of large format sensors. It is aimed at vision applications that require a high level of camera accuracy, the company said.
“The 47 MP Atlas10 camera provides high sensitivity and excellent quantum efficiency (QE) at 85% in a compact camera size with a 10 Gigabit Ethernet interface and the convenience of Power over Ethernet,” said Rod Barman, president at LUCID Vision Labs. “It is a cost-efficient solution for applications that demand high resolution of 8K UHD and beyond, such as aerial imagery, AOI, 3D scanning, and more.”
LUCID said all of its cameras conform to the GigE Vision 2.0 and GenICam3 standards, and also are supported by its Arena software development kit. The Arena SDK gives customers easy access to the latest industry standards and software technology. It supports Windows, Linux 64-bit, and Linux ARM operating systems, as well as C, C++, C# and Pyhon programming languages.
Additional information on LUCID Vision Labs and its technologies can be found at its website.