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JAI Pulnix : TM-2040GE

By: JAI Pulnix
JAI Pulnix Industrial-Grade Cameras
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1" 2MP Monochrome Progressive Scan CCD Camera, GigE Vision Ethernet Interface, Non-RoHS With Lead Processing

The JAI TM-2040GE is a non-RoHS, with lead processing version of the RM-2030GE camera.

The TM-2040GE is a compact, high-resolution (2 Megapixels) monochrome progressive scan CCD camera with a dual-tap front-end, automatic channel balancing, GigE Vision digital output, and a high frame rate of 34 fps at 1600 x 1200 resolution. A single-tap mode at 17 fps is user selectable. The TM 2040GE features the Kodak KAI-2020 1" CCD imager for high image quality and sensitivity.

The TM2040GE delivers an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio of >58 dB in typical operation. A high performance front-end provides 12-bit linear output, or can be set to generate 10-bit/8-bit images modifiable by a patent-pending, built-in look-up table (LUT). Other features include image center partial scanning (600, 300, or 150 lines), user-definable variable partial scanning (any number of lines with any starting point), flexible 2X binning (horizontal, vertical, or both), defective pixel compensation, and a PIV mode.

The TM-2040GE is supported by JAI's easy-to-use SDK and Control Tool software, offering straightforward setup and full GigE Vision and GenICam compliance. The camera also integrates smoothly with a variety of third-party GigE Vision software libraries and development tools.

A color version of this camera (TMC-2040GE) is also available.

→ 1" progressive scan IT CCD (Kodak KAI-2020)
→ 1600 x 1200 pixels @ 34 fps dual-tap mode
→ 7.4 μm square pixels
→ SW selectable single-tap mode @ 17 fps
→ 12-bit A/D (linear) or 8-bit/10-bit with look-up table (LUT)
→ GigE Vision Ethernet output and analog output
→ 100 m with standard CAT 5E or CAT 6 cable
→ Image center partial scan (600, 300, 150 lines)
→ Flexible partial scan and binning modes
→ User-programmable variable partial scan
→ 2X binning (H & V independently selectable)
→ Full-frame shutter to 1/32,000 sec.
→ Asynchronous reset, no-delay, pulse width control shutter
→ Defective pixel compensation
→ PIV (particle imaging velocimetry) mode
→ Extensive software developer’s kit (SDK)

Sensor 1" progressive scan interline transfer CCD
Active area 11.8mm x 8.8mm
Active pixels 1600 (H) x 1200 (V)
Cell size 7.4 μm x 7.4 μm
Readout modes, A 1600 (H) x 1200 (V) @ 34 Hz
Readout modes, B 1600 (H) x 600 (V) @ 58 Hz (partial scan)
Readout modes, C 1600 (H) x 300 (V) @ 90 Hz (partial scan)
Readout modes, D 1600 (H) x 150 (V) @ 122 Hz (partial scan)
Readout modes, U user-programmable partial scan
Synchronization Internal/External auto switch; HD/VD, 4.0 Vp-p impedance 4.7K Ohm; VD= 34 Hz ± 2%, non-interlace; HD= 41.7 kHz ± 2%
Pixel clock 40.00 MHz
S/N ratio >58 dB
Sensitivity, Mono 0.4 lux f=1.4 (no shutter) @ 34 fps,
Video output, Analog 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ohm
Video output, Digital Gigabit Ethernet (8-bit/10-bit/12-bit)
Gamma Programmable LUT (Gamma 1.0 std)
Shutter speed (programmable) 1/34 to 1/32,000 sec in increments of 24 μs
Lens mount C, F, M42 mount (use >1" format lenses)
Power 12V DC ± 10%, 800 mA (typical at 25° C)
Operating temperature -10° C to 50° C
Vibration 7 Grms (10 Hz to 2000 Hz) Random
Shock 70 G, 11 ms, half-sine
Dimensions (H x W x L) 51 mm x 51 mm x 85 mm
Weight 216 g (without tripod)


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