Introducing Allied Vision Bonito Pro CMOS Cameras for Wide Temperature Ranges – CoaXPress

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12.5 & 26.2 Megapixel CMOS cameras for wide temperature ranges – CoaXPress

The Bonito PRO is Allied Vision’s brand new high-bandwidth camera series with a CoaXPress interface. Equipped with four DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors the camera is capable to transmit 25 Gbps via quad CXP-6 (6.25Gbps) high-speed connections. The Bonito PRO features a rugged, fan-less housing design and its powerful feature set make this camera an ideal choice for high-definition imaging applications demanding high-throughput, robustness, and system design-in flexibility. By default, monochrome models ship with no optical filter and color models ship with an IRC30 IR cut filter.

Bonito PRO X-1250B (PDF)
Bonito PRO X-1250C (PDF)
Bonito PRO X-1250B NIR (PDF)
Bonito PRO X-2620B (PDF)
Bonito PRO X-2620C (PDF)
Bonito PRO X-2620B NIR (PDF)

Benefits and features:

  • Monochrome (X-1250B/X-2620B) and color (X-1250C/X-2620C) models
  • Extended feature set with Sequencer Control and Multiple Region of Interest selection to support advanced imaging applications
  • On-board Defect Pixel and 2D Fixed Pattern Noise Correction for improved image quality
  • Simplified firmware update in the field via interface cables using GenICam File Access
  • Robust, fan-less design for industrial imaging applications
  • Heat-dissipation optimized housing to reduce image noise
  • Build-in tripod adapter and multiple mounting holes for eased system integration
  • DIN 1.0/2.3 CoaXPress connectors for secure operation in industrial environments
  • Single cable solution using Trigger and Power over CoaXPress (PoCXP)
  • Comprehensive I/O functionality for extended control of connected system components

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