SILICON VIDEO 9C10 9 Megapixel Capture at 6.6 fps with

SILICON VIDEO 9C10 9 Megapixel Capture at 6.6 fps with
SILICON VIDEO 9C10
9 Megapixel Capture at 6.6 fps with Exceptional Image Quality
The SILICON VIDEO® 9C10 color camera system offers 9 Megapixel progressive scan
capture, low noise digital signaling, small size, flexible interface cable, convenient
software control, the availability of extensive processing, measurement and analysis
capabilities, and low cost. XCAP software provides control of all camera operations.
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3488 x 2616 @ 6.6 fps
1280 x 1024 @ 39.4 fps
640 x 480 @ 93.5 fps
8 or 12 bits per pixel
Compact Camera Head
Infrared Cut Filter
XCAP-Lite Imaging Program
Camera Integration and Reset Control
Sequence Capture
Sequence Save (XCAP-Ltd or Std)
Triggered Sequence Capture
Windows & Linux, 32 & 64–bit
RoHS Compliant
SENSOR BY MICRON – These camera systems are based on the MT9N001 sensor from
Micron. The MT9N001 progressive scan sensor offers both an Electronic Rolling Shutter
for maximum frame rates, and a Global Reset Release Shutter for improved sharpness.
Other features include windowing, column and row skip modes, snapshot mode, 12 bit
dynamic range, and an active programmable array resolution of 3488H x 2616V pixels.
Visitaptina.com for detailed sensor specifications.
ONLY ONE CABLE – A single cable connects the camera head to the PIXCI® SI
board. The PIXCI® SI board provides power to the camera, sends and receives
camera control signals, generates the programmable pixel clock, and receives
video data. No dedicated power supply or power cable required.Multiple
cabling options are available, see the SILICON® VIDEO Cable page for more
details.
CAPTURE & ADJUST DIALOG – The XCAP Imaging Application provides a
Capture & Adjust Dialog for selecting pixel clock frequency,
integration/exposure time, capture resolution, gain, offset, trigger control, and
more. The SV9C10 color camera dialog provides automatic white balance as
well as manual adjustment of Red, Green, and Blue gain.
The SILICON VIDEO® 9C10 camera system includes:
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9 Megapixel Color Camera Head w. Tripod Mount
Adjustable Lens Mount w. Infrared Cut Filter
Shielded Interface Cable (various lengths available)
PIXCI® SI PCI Frame Grabber
XCAP-Lite Imaging Program (XCAP-Ltd or Std Optional)
Support for 9.7 fps coming soon.
PIXCI® SI4 – A single PCI Express x4 board supporting up to four SILICON VIDEO® cameras is
also available. The cameras may be the same or a mix and can operate simultaneously or
independently. The PIXCI® SI4 can have four cameras expose simultaneously from one
trigger or can use four trigger inputs – one for each camera.
To complete a SILICON VIDEO® 9C10 system add a 1/2" format C-Mount lens, analysis software, lighting, and computer – all
available from EPIX, Inc., or your (authorized) distributor of EPIX® imaging products.
FEATURES
Capture & Adjust Dialogs
The XCAP Imaging Program simplifies camera operation with a dedicated Capture
& Adjust Dialog. The Capture & Adjust Dialog provides one convenient location for
camera controls such as exposure, resolution, triggering, color balance and frame
rate. In addition, the SV9C10 Dialog provides a camera-to-computer
communication indicator, a programmable pixel clock, and exposure synchronized
to AC power frequencies.
The Color & White Balance menu offers simple color balance settings for common
sunlight, fluorescent light, and incandescent light conditions. In addition, for
greater color precision, or for unusual light sources, XCAP offers advanced options
for building custom color settings.
The camera's pixel clock frequency is user-selectable over a range of 25 MHz to 64 MHz. The programmable pixel clock
provides a wider range of frame rates and exposure times.
The intensity of AC lighting fluctuates with the phase of the AC voltage that powers it. Capturing sequences of images using
arbitrary frame rates with AC lighting will result in images with differing brightness. The SV9C10 Capture & Adjust Dialog
offers a convenient fix for this problem — exposure times can be easily set to multiples of the local AC line frequency, either
1/50th or 1/60th second. Synchronizing exposure times to the line voltage provides images with consistent illumination
from a varying-intensity AC light source.
The presence or absence of the 2 lines between the camera and computer icons indicate whether or not the computer and
camera are properly connected and capable of communicating.
Video-To-Disk Capture
The optional XCAP-Std imaging program enables video-to-disk capture, potentially for several hours. Requires a host
computer with two 7200 rpm hard drives configured as RAID 0. EPIX® offers complete imaging systems, designed to your
specifications, guaranteed to capture uncompressed video to disk without dropping frames.
Stereo SV9C10 Camera
One inch center to center spacing on the image sensors in a
2.3 inch square case that is 0.69 inches deep. M12 lens
mounts are used. Works with the PIXCI® SI2 or PIXCI®
SI4 frame grabbers.
SPECIFICATIONS
Format:
Bayer Pattern Color
Pixel Clock Range:
25 MHz - 64 MHz
Frame Resolution:
3488 (H) x 2616 (V) Maximum
4 (H) x 4 (V) Minimum
Exposure Time:
55 µsec Minimum @ 64 MHz
9.26 sec Maximum @ 25 MHz
CAMERA HEAD:
Dimensions:
1.91" H x 1.51" W x 0.82" D
48.5mm H x 38.4mm W x 20.8mm D
Weight:
73 Grams (2.6 Ounces)
Tripod Mount Positions:
Any 1 of the 4 sides: 1/4"-20 thread
Lens:
1/2” optical format C-mount
PIXCI SI Board Dimensions:
12.7 cm (L) x 7.4 cm (H)
5.0” (L) x 2.875” (H) [short slot]
INTERFACE CABLE:
Shielded CAT-5 with RJ45 plugs.
BUS REQUIREMENTS:
3.3 or 5 volt PCI slot.
MICRON CMOS MT9N001 Sensor
Resolution:
3488H x 2616V
Pixel Size:
1.75µm x 1.75 µm
Sensor Size:
6.10mm(H) x 4.58mm(V) (4:3)
Responsivity:
0.44 V/lux-sec
Shutter Types:
Global Reset Release (GRR)
Electronic Rolling Shutter (ERS)
EPIX SOFTWARE Support Supported by XCAP-Lite (no charge with camera purchase), XCAP-Ltd, XCAPStd, XCLIB, and XCLIBIPL.
Compatible with WIN Vista, XP, 2K, NT, ME, 98, 95; DOS and LINUX.
FRAME RATE EXAMPLES
Free-Run 8-Bit Mode w. ERS
Frame
Resolution
Pixel Clock Frequency
25 MHz 48 MHz
64 MHz
3488 x 2616
2.6 fps
4.9 fps
6.6 fps
3162 x 2386
3.1 fps
5.9 fps
7.9 fps
2968 x 2226
3.5 fps
6.7 fps
9.0 fps
2592 x 1944
4.5 fps
8.7 fps 11.6 fps
2048 x 1536
7.1 fps
13.6 fps 18.2 fps
1920 x 1080 10.4 fps
20.0 fps 26.6 fps
1440 x 1080 12.8 fps
24.5 fps 32.7 fps
1280 x 1024 14.1 fps
27.0 fps 36.0 fps
1280 x 720
19.0 fps
36.5 fps 48.7 fps
800 x 600
26.2 fps
50.4 fps 67.0 fps
640 x 480
33.4 fps
64.1 fps 85.5 fps
320 x 240
56.3 fps
108 fps
144 fps
128 x 128
79.5 fps 152.7 fps
203 fps
146 x 110
85.2 fps 163.6 fps
218 fps
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