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Manta G-283 B/C
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AVT Manta G145 B/C Camera

The Manta G-283 B/C includes a 2/3" CCD sensor providing reduced smear, a higher quantum efficiency and increased NIR sensitivity.

The camera offers 30 frames-per-second at 1936 x 1458 resolution and a variety of modular options such as various IR cut/pass filters, CS-mount, white medical housing and Power-over-Ethernet.

Features
• ROI (Region of Interest Readout) • Gamma (0.25 - 4.0) • Exposure time 41 µs to 60 s
• Gain (Manual gain 0 to 31 dB) • IEEE 1588 (PTP, Precision Time Protocol)
• Camera temperature monitoring
• Sub-sampling (decimation) • Storable user sets • Three look-up tables (LUTs)
• DSP subregion (selectable ROI for auto features) • Chunk data • Stream hold
• StreamBytesPerSecond (easy bandwidth control) • Event channel • Binning

Applications include
Microscopy Applications needing a highly-sensitive camera in low light • Applications requiring good sensitivity in the NIR spectrum
Forensic solutions Metrology and inspection systems • Scientific measurement
Model Manta G-283 B/C
Sensor CMOSIS Progressive scan Type 2/3
Resolution 2048 x 2048
Pixel Size 5.5µm square
Interface GigE
Frame Rate 28.6 fps at full resolution
Lens Mount C-Mount
Operating Temp +5 °C ... +45 °C
Power requirements (DC) 8 V - 30 V
Power consumption (12 V) <3.2 W (PoE) / <2.7 W (non-PoE)
Dimensions 86.4 x 44 x 29 mm
Weight <150 g

AVT Manta G-283 B/C Camera Datasheet

 

 

 

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