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CM/CB-040MCL cameras: When comprehensive and cost-effective - but simple; are not contradictory

Supplier: Adept Turnkey Pty Ltd

Renowned for their ability to design for diverse industries, Jai's cameras continue their philosophy of blending diversity with functional simplicity.

Price Guide: POA

Based on strong customer demand, Jai's new Mini Camera Link,  0.4-megapixel, progressive scan CM-040MCL (monochrome) and CB-040MCL (Bayer colour) cameras join the list of models made for clients who require small size, high quality and advanced functionality at a cost-effective price.

Countering  the trend of many manufacturers who are releasing GigE camera models, Jai has designed these Mini-CameraLink models to fill a  market niche for  cameras ideal for applications that need higher bandwidth, real-time signaling, and lower latency than is possible using GigE interfaces.

Measuring a compact 29 x 44 x 66 mm and with 776 x 582 pixels, the 040 models provide slightly greater resolution than basic VGA models while maintaining a high frame rate of 60 fps.

The cameras utilize the Sony ICX415 1/2" CCD and, while at full resolution, output is at 61 frames/second, higher frame rates can be achieved by using the partial scan or vertical binning modes.

The CM-040MCL and CB-040MCL feature auto-iris lens video output to support dynamic lighting conditions usually found in outdoor applications such as Intelligent Traffic systems and Surveillance.

Both models are available with an optional factory-installed Right Angle Adapter which enables the camera to “look” at a 90º angle and are designed for a range of inspection tasks where physical access is limited.

The cameras provide practical, versatile solutions in a wide range of deployments, including:
  • Automotive industry (eg. inspection, high-precision gauging and process monitoring
  • Pharmaceuticals (eg. Inspection of blister packages, fill level control)
  • Beverage industry (eg. control of fill levels of defective bottles)
  • Food industry (eg. sorting)
  • Electronics inspection