XCGH280E

High Speed GigE Camera

Pricing available upon request

Sony continues to expand its high-performance XCG GigE camera line-up with the addition of a new high-quality, high-sensitivity monochrome model – the XCG-H280E. In addition to full progressive scan, this dynamic new camera features the GigE Vision® interface (Version 1.2 compliant), greatly enhancing the outstanding value and performance of the XCG-H280E. This new high-speed GigE camera is ideal for Intelligent Traffic, Machine Vision, and Industrial applications.

Highlights:

  • The XCG-H280E incorporates a 2/3-type EXview HAD II CCD Sensor, providing greater capability of capturing clear images in low-light environments.
  • With the addition of an infrared strobe, the camera's high-sensitivity in near-infrared wavelength delivers outstanding picture quality.
  • The XCG-H280E also features a full-HD high frame rate and image transfer capability with 8, 10, or 12-bit video output.

Camera Specifications Detail:
Cell Size 4.54 x 4.54 µm
Effective Pixels 1,920H x 1,808V
Frame Rate 32 fps
Gain Auto/Manual (0 dB to +18 dB)
Image Device 2/3-type progressive scan IT CCD
Lens Mount C mount
Memory Channel 16 channels for parameter settings
Readout Features Gamma (variable), Built-in test pattern
Resolution Depth 8, 10, 12-bit digital
Sensitivity 400 lx at F8 (0 dB)

General Specifications Detail:
Dimensions (W x H x D) 50 x 50 x 57.5 mm (not including protruding parts)
Minimum Illumination 0.5 lx (F1.4, +18 dB, Shutter: OFF)
Operating Humidity 20% to 80% (no condensation)
Operating Temperature -10°C to 50°C
Power Consumption 5.3W
Power Requirements DC +12V (+10.5V to +15.0V)
Shock Resistance 70 G
Storage Humidity 20% to 95% (no condensation)
Storage Temperature -30°C to +60°C (-22° to +140° F)
Vibration Resistance 10 G (20 Hz to 200 Hz)
Weight 200 g

Supplied Accessories

Model: Description: U.S. List Price:
Lens Mount Cap
Connector Plug 2P
Operating Instructions

Brochure

Description: Release Date: Type/Size:
XCGH280 Series Gig E Camera Brochure 03/15/2012 pdf / 372K Download now