MER-041-302GC, IMX287, 720x520, 302fps, 1/2.9", Global shutter, CMOS, Color

* GigE Interface * Without PoE * 29x29x29mm *

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MER-041-302GC 

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10 working days

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GigE Vision Camera

The Mercury GigE camera series is an industrial vision camera, with a GigE interface. GigE is the most common interface used for cameras in traditional machine vision applications. The camera is available with and without Power over Ethernet (PoE).
This model is interesting for you when your application complies with the following conditions:
-    An industrial camera
-    Maximum cable length of 100 meters
-    Inexpensive and easy installation of cables
-    Only one cable is required to connect the device (in case of PoE)
-    Dimensions are: 29x29x29mm (without PoE), 29x29x38 mm (with PoE)
-    Optional hardware triggering

If more details are required, the manual can be consulted.



Specification MER-041-302GC

 

Color/Mono Color
Resolution 720x540
Sensor Type Sony IMX287
Optical Size 1/2.9"
Pixel Size 6.9um
Frame rate 302fps
Shutter type Global Shutter
ADC Bith Depth TBD
Pixel Bit Depth TBD
Shutter time TBD
Digital gain TBD
Pixel Data Formats TBD
Synchronization Hardware trigger, software trigger
I/O 1 opto-isolated input line and 1 opto isolated output line, 2 GPIO
Operating Temp. 0℃~45℃
Operating Humidity 10%~80%
Power Consumption     <3W @ 12V
Lens Mount C
Dimensions 29x29x29mm
Weight 60g
Software Windows XP/7/8/10 32 and 64 bit
Data Interface Fast ethernet (100Mbit/s)
Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbit/s)
Programmable control Image size, gain, Exposure time, Image size, trigger polarity, flash polarity etc.
Conformity CE, RoHS, GigE Vision, GenICam










































 

Industrial Color Camera

A color camera makes use of a Bayer pattern to produce a colored image. The RGB value of every pixel is being calculated by taking the value of a pixel, in combination with all the values of neighboring pixels. This results into less sharp images than those of a monochrome camera.
Due to the RGB filter on the pixels, every single pixel, considering white light, on average has 66% less photons than a monochrome camera. Which makes a color camera less light sensitive than a monochrome one. To compensate this, the following options are available:
-    Increase the amount of light
-    Increase the gain
-    Increase shutter speed / exposure time
-    Select a more light sensitive sensor
-    Select a more light sensitive lens

Without PoE

A GigE camera without PoE is supplied via the I/O connector. The standard GigE camera is less expensive and generates less heat. The camera is more compact than the version with a PoE because less hardware is needed. Connecting a camera without using PoE always requires a I/O cable.


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