GV-5880FA Rev.1.2

GV-5880FA Rev.1.2
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Features
  • 3088 x 2076
    6.41 MPix
  • Sony IMX178
    1/1.8" CMOS
  • 18.0 fps
  • Ethernet 1.0 Gbps
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The GigE Vision CMOS camera GV-5880FA Rev.1.2 with the 1/1.8" rolling shutter CMOS sensor Sony IMX178 offers an extremely high resolution of 6.4 MP (3088 x 2076 px, aspect ratio 3:2), which is ideal for visualization tasks in microscopy or as a cost-conscious option for intelligent traffic systems (ITS). The sensor from the Sony STARVIS series features BSI technology ("back-side-illumination") and is one of the most light-sensitive sensors with a low dark current close to the SCMOS range (Scientific CMOS).

It produces impressive results even in extremely low lighting conditions. Together with our GigE Vision industrial cameras, the Sony IMX178 delivers frame rates of up to 18 fps at full resolution. Thanks to the 1/1.8" sensor size, a wide selection of C-mount lenses is available for the GV-5880FA GigE Vision camera model.

Item number
  • GV-5880FA-C-HQ Rev.1.2: AB12560
  • GV-5880FA-M-GL Rev.1.2: AB12561
Camera family FA
Interface Ethernet
Interface-Speed 1.00 Gbps
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor manufacturer Sony
Frame rate @ resolution max. 18.0 fps
Resolution (h x v) 3088 x 2076 px
Optical Area 7.411 mm x 4.982 mm
Shutter Global Start Shutter, Rolling Shutter
Optical class 1/1.8"
Resolution 6.41 MPix
Pixel size 2.40 µm
IP code IP65/67
Sensor model IMX178
Product Life Cycle Series
Data sheet

Characteristics

100% quality tested
uEye+ software support
GigE Vision standard
GigE interface
CMOS sensor
C lens mount
Protection code IP65/67
Power-Over-Ethernet
Colour correction in camera
Integrated image memory with 128 MB
3 years warranty
Made in Germany

Features

Image Acquisition
Image Acquisition
Freerun
Software trigger
Hardware trigger
Trigger controlled exposure
Denoiser
Long exposure
Line scan
Line scan highspeed
Global start
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
PWM flashing
Image Adjustments
Image Adjustments
Auto exposure
Auto gain
Auto whitebalance
Color correction
Gamma
LUT
Mirror/flip
On-board Image Processing
On-board Image Processing
Pixel formats Mono8 BayerRG8 BayerRG10 BayerRG10p BayerRG12 BayerRG12p BGR8 RGB8 BGR10p32 RGB10p32 Mono8 Mono10 Mono10p Mono12 Mono12p
Region of interest
Decimation (FPGA)
Decimation (Sensor)
Binning (FPGA)
Binning (Sensor) 2x2
Increases frame rate.
2x2
Increases frame rate.
Others
Others
IP settings
Bandwidth management
Chunks
Sequencer
PTP
Firmware update
1st supported firmware version 2.10 2.10

Certifications

CE
FCC
KC
UL listed
RCM
ChinaRoHS EFUP 25
UKCA
Machine vision

Industrial image processing is used in a wide variety of applications - from quality assurance to automation.

Traffic and transport (ITS)

Keeping an eye on everything - IDS cameras recognize vehicles, check the traffic flow or help with rail and road inspections.

Medical technology (and laboratory automation)

Image processing is indispensable in medical technology. For instance, IDS cameras provide data for diagnostic purposes in ophthalmology or dentistry.

Metrology

IDS cameras detect objects and provide accurate information, such as their dimensions or positioning.

Astronomy

Reach for the stars with IDS cameras - image processing shows information that is difficult or impossible for humans to grasp.

Factory / process automation

Cameras are used in monitoring, control, regulation and optimization systems and help e.g. with localization and selection tasks.

 

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