IDS NXT rio GS23050

IDS NXT rio GS23050
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IDS NXT rio GS23050C (colour)

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IDS NXT rio GS23050M (monochrome)

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IDS NXT rio is a fully-fledged standard industrial camera that can execute neural networks with hardware acceleration giving inference times of a few milliseconds thanks to the integrated, specially developed AI core ("deep ocean core").

The IDS NXT lighthouse training software makes AI-based image processing particularly easy. Thanks to its vision app concept, the programmable camera can be used for a wide variety of tasks. Image processing can take place entirely or partially on the camera FPGA – this reduces bandwidth and computing load.

Thanks to features such as C-Mount, GigE network connection with RJ45 connector, a serial RS232 interface and REST web interface, the model is ideally suited for use in industrial environments. The ( px, pixel size 3.45 µm) global shutter CMOS sensor from the Sony Pregius series provides extremely low-noise, high-resolution images – even in low light conditions.

The IDS NXT rio GS23050 is available in monochrome or colour.


Item number
  • IDS NXT rio GS23050C: AS00013
  • IDS NXT rio GS23050M: AS00012
Name IDS NXT rio GS23050
Family IDS NXT rio
Interface GigE
Sensor type CMOS
Manufacturer Sony
Resolution (h x v) 2448 x 2048
Optical Area 8.446 mm x 7.066 mm
Shutter Global Shutter
Optical class 2/3"
Resolution 5.01 MPix
Pixel size 3.45 µm
IP code IP30
Data sheet

Depending on the vision app, the programmable camera can be used for

  • reading codes, characters or number plates
  • detecting faces, anomalies or scratches in surfaces
  • finding, measuring, counting or identifying objects

As an inference camera for AI-based image processing

  • with self-created neural networks (expert level)
  • networks created with IDS NXT lighthouse (no AI knowledge required)
  • Examples: Anomaly detection, surface analysis, defect detection, classification tasks
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