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For over 30 years, Allied Vision has been helping people to see the bigger picture. Allied Vision supplies camera technology and image capture solutions for industrial inspection, science, medicine, traffic monitoring and many more application areas in digital imaging. With a deep understanding of customers’ needs, Allied Vision finds individual solutions for every application, a practice which has made Allied Vision one of the leading camera manufacturers worldwide in the machine vision market.

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AVT Adds CMOS Sensor Technology to Prosilica GT Family of Cameras for Extreme Environments

POSTED 05/16/2012

g hspace="10" height="97" width="200" vspace="10" border="0" align="right" src="/userAssets/aiaUploads/image/AVT-Prosilica-GT-Kowa_14_e163be8f1f.jpg" alt="AVT adds CMOS sensor technology to Prosilica GT family of cameras for extreme environments." />Allied Vision Technologies premieres the new Prosilica GT2000 featuring the high performance CMV2000 CMOS sensor at The AIA Vision Show in Boston.

CMV2000 CMOS sensor
The eagerly anticipated Prosilica GT2000 is a 2.2 Megapixel camera featuring the CMOSIS CMV2000, a global shutter CMOS sensor that offers high sensitivity, fast frame rates, and high dynamic range. The Prosilica GT2000 runs at 50 frames per second at full 2048 x 1088 resolution.

Extended temperature range
With an extended temperature range (from -20C to +60C) and a rich set of smart features including auto-iris (P-iris and DC), Power over Ethernet and PTP IEEE1588, a function that manages clock synchronization of multiple devices across an Ethernet network, the Prosilica GT2000 is ideal for applications such as machine vision, motion control, traffic monitoring or high speed inspection that require a camera able to provide high performance, fast frame rates and excellent image quality in the most extreme conditions.

The GT2000’s GigE Vision® compliant interface ensures reduced integration costs and long cable lengths up to 100 meters on a single copper link or more with fiber optics.