GV-5250SE

GigE, CMOS, 52.0 fps, 1600 x 1200, 1.92 MPix, 1/1.8", e2v, Global Shutter, Global Start Shutter, Rolling Shutter
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GV-5250SE-C-HQ (colour)

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GV-5250SE-M-GL (monochrome)

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GV-5250SE

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The GV-5250SE with the e2v CMOS sensor with 2 megapixel resolution is an especially high-performance and versatile industrial camera (EV76C570). It has one of the most sensitive sensors in the IDS product portfolio and it is available in monochrome and color versions. The sensor offers an outstanding sensitivity to light in CCD quality.

Detailed information on the EV76C570 sensor is available here.

GigE Vision StandardGigE Vision is a global interface standard for cameras made by all manufacturers, and is based on the Gigabit Ethernet communication protocol. The IDS camera firmware uses the mbed TLS library (Copyright © 2006-2015, ARM Limited, All Rights Reserved) under the Apache license, version 2.0 (http://www.apache.org/licenses).

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Item number
  • GV-5250SE-C-HQ: AB02331
  • GV-5250SE-M-GL: AB02332
Name GV-5250SE
Family SE
Interface GigE
Sensor type CMOS
Manufacturer e2v
Frame rate 52.0 fps
Resolution (h x v) 1600 x 1200
Optical Area 7.200 mm x 5.400 mm
Shutter Global Shutter, Global Start Shutter, Rolling Shutter
Optical class 1/1.8"
Resolution 1.92 MPix
Pixel size 4.50 µm
IP code IP30
Data sheet

The GV-5250SE with the highly sensitive e2v EV76C570 sensor is particularly suited to the following applications:

  • 3D scanning
  • Safety engineering
  • Gesture and eye tracking technology
  • Traffic surveillance and license plate recognition
  • Machine vision
  • Quality assurance
  • Medical technology
  • Astronomy

Cable

  1. GigE power supply, straight, screwable, 1.8 m

    HR25 socket, straight, srewable to multinational power supply

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