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JAI is a manufacturer of high-quality, industrial-grade cameras for the machine vision, transportation, aerospace, medical, scientific, and other markets. JAI’s broad product line features high performance progressive scan CMOS cameras with spatial resolutions up to 45 megapixels. Products include the small and affordable Go-X Series, the high performance Spark Series, plus a range of innovative multi-sensor prism-block cameras including both area scan and line scan models. Physical interfaces include Camera Link®, GigE Vision®, CoaXpress, and USB3 Vision® high performance digital standards, as well as SFP+ fiber optic transmission.

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New 2.8-megapixel CCD Cameras

POSTED 08/19/2013

COPENHAGEN – JAI today introduced the EL-2800M-PMCL and EL-2800C-PMCL, a new pair of 2.8-megapixel industrial camera models incorporating high fidelity ICX674 CCD imagers from Sony featuring EXview HAD CCD II technology. The cameras are the first models in JAI’s new Elite Series of high fidelity industrial cameras designed for applications where image quality is paramount.

New 2.8-megapixel CCD cameras from JAIThe EL-2800 cameras deliver excellent sensitivity, improved NIR response, reduced smear, higher quantum efficiency and large image uniformity while minimizing shutter leakage and readout noise for increased image quality.

The cameras can run 54.7 frames/s at full resolution (1920 x 1440 pixels) and at 60 frames/s in HD-mode - 1080 P60 (1920 x 1080 pixels).

Featuring Automatic Level Control (ALC), P-iris control and a programmable 3-axis motorized control capability, the cameras are well suited in outdoor applications with changing lighting conditions such as in traffic imaging, high-end surveillance and sports imaging.

The cameras are also suitable for semiconductor inspection, microscopy, ophthalmology and other areas where high dynamic range, maximum image quality and high light sensitivity are key requirements.

In addition to raw Bayer output, the color model (EL-2800C-PMCL) can perform in-camera color 24-bit RGB interpolation at 15.8 fps.

The monochrome model (EL-2800M-PMCL) offers excellent NIR sensitivity and supports 1 x 2, 2 x 1, or 2 x 2 binning modes for even greater sensitivity.

Both monochrome and color models feature fixed or variable partial scanning modes for increased frame rates, multiple trigger modes, a 256-point look-up table, and more.

Dual Mini Camera Link connectors support Base or Medium configurations to achieve maximum frame rates depending on the bit depth of the output.

Dimensions (HxWxL): 62 x 62 x 55.5 mm

About JAI
JAI is a manufacturer of high quality, industrial-grade cameras for the machine vision, transportation, aerospace, homeland security, medical and scientific markets.

JAI’s broad product line features high performance progressive scan CCD cameras with spatial resolutions from VGA to 16 megapixels; traditional interlaced video cameras; intensified cameras with sensitivity to light levels as low as .00001 lux, and a range of innovative multi-imager prism-block cameras including both area scan and line scan models. 

Physical interfaces include high performace digital standards such as Camera Link, GigE Vision, CoaXPress and USB3, as well as both TV-standard and analog progressive scan output.

JAI cameras help improve customer businesses in a variety of ways, whether by improving quality and accuracy, lowering costs, increasing yields, or simply enabling better service. In addition to cameras, JAI’s traffic solutions group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of specialized traffic systems. Solutions are based on JAI-developed hardware and software, which is often integrated with third-party products.

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