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9 Megapixel Capture At 10 Fps With Exceptional Image Quality

The EPIX Silicon Video Camera SV 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.

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. Visit for detailed sensor specifications. 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. The XCAP Imaging Application provides a Capture & Adjust Dialog for selecting pixel clock frequency, integration/exposure time, capture resloution, 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 SV-9C10 camera system includes: 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 and XCAP-Lite Imaging Program (XCAP-Ltd or Std Optional). Support for 9.7 fps coming soon.

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. The Type-MX VideoModule ruggedized enclosure system from Tectivity, Inc. is available for SILICON VIDEO cameras.

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 msec Minimum @ 64 MHz, 9.26 sec Maximum @ 25 MHz
Camera Head Dimensions 4.85 cm (H) x 3.84 cm (W) x 1.88 cm (D), 1.91" (H) x 1.51" (W) x 0.74" (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)


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