When fast-moving scenes need to be captured in all their details, not only the right sensor is important, but also a high-performance transmission interface. With uEye Warp10, IDS Imaging Development Systems is launching a new camera family that, thanks to 10GigE, transmits data in a Gigabit Ethernet-based network at a high frame rate and virtually without delay. Compared to 1GigE cameras, the uEye Warp10 models achieve up to 10 times the transfer bandwidth; they are also about twice as fast as cameras with USB 3.0 interfaces. Consequently, inspection applications on the production line with high clock rates or sports analysis tasks benefit from the fast data transfer.

The industrial cameras provides the fastest standard interface available on the market and transmits even large amounts of data to the image processing unit at high frame rates and with very low latencies. This allows them to show their strengths whenever scenes need to be captured, monitored and analysed in all details and without motion blur.

The GigE Vision standard-compliant uEye Warp10 models enable high-speed data transfer over cable lengths of up to 100 metres without repeaters or optical extenders via standard CAT6A cables with RJ45 connectors. This benefits, for example, machine vision applications where data has to be transmitted quickly over a longer distance. For use in existing applications, the cameras are compatible with 1GigE, 2.5GigE and 5GigE and automatically adjust their speed.

The first models with the sensors IMX250 (5 MP), IMX253 (12 MP) and IMX255 (8.9 MP) from the Sony Pregius series are now available. The company is already working on the integration of further sensors up to 45 MP and variants with TFL mount.

In the IDS Vision Channel, the experts from IDS present the features and possible applications of the new camera family in detail. The video is available here free of charge. All you need is a free IDS website user account.