The SP-25000M-CXP4A is a high performance industrial area scan camera providing 26-megapixel monochrome images at up to 150 frames per second over a 4-lane CoaXPress 2.0 interface supporting full CXP-12 data rates. Its high resolution CMOS imager features 2.5-micron pixels for a compact 1.1-inch optical format supporting the use of smaller, lighter C-mount lenses.
The SP-25000-CXP4A delivers 5120 x 5120 pixels at 150 fps (8-bit) making it the perfect upgrade for current 16-megapixel applications like flat panel inspection, printed circuit board inspection, medical slide scanning, and many others where detailed, high-speed imaging is required.
2.5-micron square pixels result in a compact 1.1-inch sensor format supporting C-mount lenses and enabling the creation of systems that are smaller, lighter, and less expensive. Built-in functions for HDR imaging.
The SP-25000-CXP4A features a 4-lane CoaXPress interface capable of providing data transfer at the fastest rate currently supported by the CoaXPress standard – 12.5 Gbps per lane (50 Gbps total).
5120 x 5120 px
2.5 x 2.5 µm
12.8 x 12.8 mm
62 x 62 x 60.5 mm
-5°C to +45°C
Spark Series cameras are the perfect starting point for a wide range of machine vision, entertainment, and mapping applications.
Verification of circuit layouts and coatings, ball grid array inspection, component positioning, solder paste quality, dimensional accuracy, pick & place applications, and more.
Spark Series cameras capture high resolution images to track player movement, create virtual environments, generate broadcast replays, and other tasks.
Cameras mounted on aircraft, satellites, or ground vehicles capture images to help create maps, analyze terrain, or build street views.
Many types of industrial parts must be carefully measured to ensure conformance to system requirements. High resolution images enable higher precision on critical measurements.
High resolution, high speed, and high image quality enable large display panels to be inspected quickly and thoroughly.
High resolution Spark Series cameras support the development of new systems to ensure the safety of public venues, transportation hubs, borders, and elsewhere.
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