At SPIE Photonics West 2020 (Feb 4-6, 2020 in San Francisco), LUCID will be showing the new Atlas10 10GBASE-T camera featuring the new 24.5 MP Sony Pregius S back-illuminated global shutter CMOS sensor. By combining a fast 10 Gigabit Ethernet PoE interface with a 4th generation Sony Pregius S image sensor, Atlas10 delivers a new level of performance for high speed applications. The first model in the Atlas10 camera series features the 24.5 MP Sony Pregius S IMX530 global shutter 4/3” CMOS image sensor offering up to 50 frames per second at full resolution. It utilizes Sony’s proprietary back-illuminated pixel structure which enables a reduction in pixel size to 2.74 μm while still maintaining excellent imaging performance compared to previous Sony Pregius generations.

Additional product highlights will include the high precision Helios 3D Time-of-Flight camera with Sony’s DepthSense ToF sensor. Helios is a compact, high precision, industrial 3D camera that integrates Sony’s new DepthSense™ IMX556PLR back-illuminated ToF image sensor. The camera delivers 640 x 480 depth resolution up to 6m working distance using four 850nm VCSEL laser diodes. On-camera processing provides range, intensity and confidence data which reduces the need for expensive host system components.

In addition, LUCID will also be showing the new 2K line scan Triton GigE Vision camera featuring the “2K AMS Dragster DR-2k-7” monochrome line scan sensor with a 7 μm pixel size and a resolution of 2048 x 1 at a line rate of 60 kHz. IP67 protection, a robust M12 Ethernet GPIO connector, Power over Ethernet (PoE) and a temperature range (0°C to 55°C ambient), ensure a reliable operation in demanding industrial environments. Due to its lightweight, compact 29 mm x 29 mm size, the Triton line scan camera is smaller than most line scan cameras on the market and can easily fit in nearly any application. Come and see us in booth #3164.