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Go Series
8.1 MP UV area scan camera

The GO-8105M-5GE-UV is JAI’s highest resolution UV-sensitive area scan camera. The camera features a state-of-the-art Sony Pregius S sensor with backside illumination (BSI) technology, offering spectral sensitivity well into the UVC region. Quantum efficiency at 200 nm is above 25% and is between 40-50% for nearly all of the UVA and UVB range. A 5GBASE-T GigE Vision interface provides 8.1-megapixel monochrome images at up to 66 fps. The interface automatically adjusts to 2.5GBASE-T or 1000BASE-T speeds depending on the performance capabilities of the network.

*) Glassless version

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Broad UV sensitivity

The GO-8105M-5GE-UV offers excellent sensitivity for applications across the UV spectrum. QE at 200 nm is around 25% meaning that even advanced applications requiring imaging well into the UVC spectrum are fully supported. The combination of high resolution and high sensitivity creates a wide range of possibilities for vision system developers.

Glass or glassless configurations

The GO-8105M-5GE-UV comes standard with a double-AR-coated, quartz glass cover over the sensor to protect the sensor from dirt and damage while maximizing light transmission. A glassless version (GO-8105M-5GE-UV-GL) has a protective glass cover on the sensor that can be removed by the user for applications where cover glass interference is problematic.

Small and reliable

The GOX-8105M-5GE-UV provides robust capability in a small form factor. The camera weighs less than 100 grams but carries shock and vibration ratings of 80G and 10G, respectively, to ensure that it can perform reliably in both industrial and scientific applications.


  • 8.1-megapixel monochrome camera with 2.74-micron pixels and 2/3” optical format.

  • Backside-illuminated Sony Pregius S IMX487-AAMJ image sensor with enhanced UV sensitivity to 200 nm and below.

  • High performance GigE Vision 2.0 interface can automatically negotiate between 5GBASE-T, 2.5GBASE-T, and 1000BASE-T speeds as needed.

  • Can be powered over the interface (PoE) or from an external power supply via 6-pin Hirose connector.

  • Small and lightweight form factor (less than 100 grams).

  • Mounting holes with 21 mm or 20 mm spacing to fit most existing installations with no re-tooling required.

  • Industrial grade performance with ratings of 80G shock, 10G vibration, plus excellent thermal dissipation.

  • Available with quartz glass covering sensor or with user-removable protective glass for glassless applications.

  • Includes "Xscale" function supporting virtual, sub-pixel rescaling of output for greater binning flexibility or when matching the resolution and FOV of cameras in existing systems.


Product Line

Go Series




Area Scan

Color / Mono


Light Spectrum

Visible + UV


8.1 MP

Resolution WxH

2856 x 2848 px

Frame rate / Line rate

66 fps




5 Gbps GigE Vision (PoE)



Sensor Name


Optical Format

2/3 inch

Cell Size WxH

2.74 x 2.74 µm

Shutter type

Global shutter

Sensor Diagonal

11.1 mm

Active Sensor Dimensions WxH

7.8 x 7.8 mm

Camera Dimensions HxWxL

29 x 29 x 68 mm


94 g

Video Output


Lens Mount


Power Consumption

5.4 Watt

Operating Temperature (ambient)

-5°C to +45°C

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Here are a few applications where Go Series UV-sensitive cameras are especially suitable

Go Series UV-sensitive cameras are the perfect starting point for a number of specialized machine vision applications.


UV cameras let inspection systems utilize extremely short light wavelengths so the smallest defects or surface features can be imaged and analyzed.


Vision systems for track and trace, pill sorting, inspecting vials and ampoules, and many other applications, often need to be able to “see” invisible product codes, lot numbers, or other markings.

Security printing inspection

Bank notes, passports, lottery tickets, and other similar items may use special security markings only visible in the UV spectrum.

Electronics and corona inspection

Solar panels and other types of electronics may need UV imaging to look for signs of current leakage or other defects. UV cameras are also used to inspect power lines and transformers where non-visible “coronas” can indicate electrical problems.


UV lighting and imaging can detect damaged skin and subsurface issues at early stages before they become serious.

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