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The CM-030GE is a monochrome GigE camera with VGA resolution ideal for demanding industrial applications. The 659 x 494 pixel sensor is capable of speeds of 90 full resolution frames per second in continuous (free-run) mode and higher frame rates with Partial Scan.

The CM-030GE is part of Jai's C3 (Camera Core Concept) family which offers one core concept, one interface (GigE) and one simple choice. It features in the compact section of the C3 family and so offers a small common size housing for easy camera exchange. The GigE Vision interface standard ensures high bandwidth (1000 Mbps), uncompromised data transfer up to 100 meter cable lengths with the ability to connect to multiple computers. Additionally low cost cables, standard hardware and high scalability allow for cost effective machine vision and image processing applications.

The unique, user-definable variable partial scan mode, enables the user to designate scanning to occur on any contiguous set of lines located anywhere in the full scan area. The programmable General Purpose IO allows flexible configuration of inputs/outputs as well as the timer/counter function.

With its GigE architecture, the CM-030GE is ideally suited for use in a very wide variety of applications where size, performance, cost or cable length is important.

Model CM-030GE
Sensor 1/3" CCD
Resolution 659 x 494
Format Monochrome
Pixel Size 7.4 x 7.4µm
Video Output GigE Vision, 8-bit or 10-bit
Max. Line / Frame Rate 90 frames/second
Shutter 1/90 to 1/10,000 in 9 steps
Lens Mount C-Mount
Operating temperature -5°C to +45°C
Power 12V DC ± 10% 3.6 W
Dimensions 29 x 44 x 75 mm
Weight 125 g

JAI CM-030GE Datasheet




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