Emergent Vision Technologies Introduces the PACE LR-4KG35 10GigE Line Scan Camera

Emergent Vision Technologies, a pioneer in high-speed GigE Vision cameras and zero-data-loss vision technologies, introduces a new 10GigE line scan camera, the PACE LR-4KG35. Through its 10GigE SFP+ interface, the camera reaches a top single line rate of 172KHz.

The LR-4KG35 line scan camera features the 4Kx2 Gpixel GL3504 CMOS image sensor, with a 3.5×3.5µm pixel cell size and a 14.336 mm sensor scanning width. Both GigE Vision and GenICam compliant, the camera allows cable lengths from 1M up to 10KM without the need for costly fiber converters/repeaters.

“Certain line scan applications today, ranging from web inspection to PCB inspection, may require cameras capable of going beyond line rates or resolutions typically offered in the market, and the LR-4KG35 camera addresses this need,” says John Ilett, president and CTO at Emergent Vision Technologies. “This 10GigE camera offers minimal system memory utilization with the lowest possible latency or jitter at rates up to 172 kHz.”

10GigE Line Scan Cameras and NICs

The LR-4KG35 10GigE line scan camera also provides both 8-bit and 10-bit modes with 4Kx2 resolution and a dynamic range of 66 dB. Available in both monochrome (LR-4KG35-M) and color (LR-4KG35-C) versions, the cameras can be used with Windows 7, 8, and 10 and Linux (64 bit) operating systems for maximum compatibility. The PACE LR-4KG35 10GigE camera delivers high-speed, low-noise image capture at 4K vision to ensure that all inspection, sorting, and production control requirements are met. While currently supporting the GigE Vision Streaming Protocol (GVSP), the LR-4KG35 camera — like all Emergent cameras — is RDMA (remote direct memory access) ready.

Designed to allow end users to get the most out of their GigE Vision cameras, Emergent’s network interface cards (NICs) are offered in 10GigE, 25GigE, and 100GigE models. These NICs deliver optimal performance for any video stream with minimal system memory utilization, along with low-latency and low-jitter capabilities. The NICs also feature real-time, front-panel 5 V TTL trigger input for added flexibility, support for GVSP and for Windows and Linux operating systems, GPUDirect technology, and camera multiplexing and multicasting with switches.

Emergent Vision Technologies has been designing 10GigE for over 10 years, 25GigE for over six years, and 100GigE for three years. Avoid the imitators. Engage the innovators.

For more information, visit www.emergentvisiontec.com or contact us here.

About Emergent Vision Technologies

Emergent Vision Technologies was founded in 2007 in Vancouver, Canada. We are the first providers of cameras based on the 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GigE), 25 Gigabit Ethernet (25GigE), 50 Gigabit Ethernet (50GigE), and 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GigE) interfaces. Our team comes with vast experience in machine vision and high-speed imaging solutions, from design to engineering, manufacturing, consulting, and technical support. Our high-speed cameras are widely used in the areas of inspection and automation, sports technology, virtual reality, 3D mapping, traffic, and more.

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