GigE cameras up to 31MP are available from GeT Cameras Inc. for industrial, OEM, and machine vision applications. Our affordable pricing are clearly displayed for each GigE camera, and you may purchase them straight from our website. Various CCD and CMOS sensors from well-known brands such as Sony, Gpixel, Sharp, Aptina, and OnSemi are available for industrial GigE cameras. The sensor is housed in a small GigE camera housing made of aluminium.
What are the Differences between a Gigabit Ethernet Camera and POE?
The most common interface for attaching a vision camera in machine vision applications is Gigabit Ethernet, or GigE. Power over Ethernet (PoE) is an acronym for power over Ethernet. The network cable serves as both a communication and a power supply for the camera.
In industries, Gigabit Ethernet cameras are utilized for product quality inspections and process automation. The Gigabit Ethernet camera transmits RAW images to the PC through a network cable. Following that, the computer's image-processing software examines the images. What happens next is determined by the outcome of this process. Controlling a robot or discriminating good from bad items are two examples.
What is the Difference between an IP Camera and a Network Camera?
A Network camera is also known as an IP camera. These are primarily used for security. Images are compressed before being sent over a network wire. As a result, only a small amount of storage is required to save these photographs. These compressed images, on the other hand, are lacking in detail, which is critical for machine vision applications. There is also a significant delay between taking and receiving the image, and network cameras cannot be precisely triggered. Keep in mind that IP camera models are updated on a regular basis and without warning. Older versions are no longer accessible. Daheng Imaging specializes in manufacturing industrial Gigabit Ethernet cameras for machine vision and other industrial applications.
What is an Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Camera and a GigE Vision Camera?
An industrial gigabit ethernet camera is also called GigE Vision camera. RAW image data from GigE cameras is sent to a computer as rapidly as possible. Because this data is uncompressed, image-processing tools may perform extremely precise assessments. The GigE vision cameras can be operated with microsecond precision. The cameras are of professional grade. Every Daheng Imaging model is guaranteed for at least 7 years. As a result, machine builders can create the same machine over and over again. They do not need to be concerned about the specified GigE Vision camera becoming unavailable.
What are the Differences between using a GigE Vision Camera and a USB3 Camera?
The cable length, the affordability of the cable, and the ease of installing an ethernet cable are the greatest advantages of a GigE Vision camera over a USB2 or USB3 camera. The following are some of the features of GigE Vision cameras:
An average data speed of up to 100 MB/s (USB2=40MB/s | USB3=400MB/s)
A long cable length of up to 100 meters
A standard interface that is suited for almost every pc hardware
The option to supply the camera with power via the data cable (PoE – Power Over Ethernet)
An existing network infrastructure that can be easily used
Easy integration with any image processing software
GIGE VISION AND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT KIT (SDK)
GigE vision is supported by Daheng Imaging's industrial GigE cameras. The GigE Vision standard is based on the GenICam protocol developed by the European Machine Vision Association. This enables all standard image-processing software programs to communicate with GigE Vision compliant Ethernet cameras. Matlab, Halcon, Adaptive Vision, and Labview are some of the most regularly used image-processing software tools. For our Gigabit Ethernet cameras, we offer provide a free SDK (download page). You can easily operate the camera, capture photographs, and change parameters using this SDK. Programmers will find it simple to integrate our Gigabit Ethernet cameras into their own software.
Successful Support during the Implementation
We not only sell Daheng Imaging industrial cameras, but we also offer exceptional customer service. If you run into any issues or have questions about connecting one of our cameras, you may speak with one of our machine vision specialists. Are you thinking about purchasing a GigE camera? Would you like to learn more about our GigE cameras first? We'll be pleased to assist you and answer any questions you may have regarding industrial GigE Vision cameras.