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SVS-VISTEK (Carlsbad, Calif.) expands its large range of the SVCAM camera line with a new 2 megapixel model called SVS274. Using the full resolution of 1620 x 1220 pixels the camera provides 24 frames per second. Much higher frame rates can be achieved in the "Partial-Scan"-mode. The 1/1.8-inch sensor of the manufacturer SONY also offers the possibility to readout only a half or a quarter of the whole number of lines (decimation), while the field of view remains unchanged. This results in a higher frame rate also. The camera is either available with a CameraLink or a GigabitEthernet interface as well as in a monochrome or a colour version. For the system integration and configuration of the camera the delivery is completed by the approved software tools of SVS-VISTEK (e.g. ConvenientCam or SDK with a user-friendly interface). These programmes are used to adjust various parameters and operational modes of the camera, such as gain, offset, exposure time, binning 2x2, "free running" or "triggered". A large range of objectives can be connected via the C-Mount adaptor.The camera is well equipped for the exertion tight crowded conditions because of its compact case of only 50 x 55 x 43 mm in the CameraLink version and 51 x 51 x 65 mm in the GigE version.This model can be used for example for the print layout control, the PCB inspection, the sorting of food or for high-end metrology.www.svs-vistek.com