The matrix camera is an optoelectronic device capable of producing a two-dimensional image of the framed scene. This type of camera can reconstruct a two-dimensional image. The chip that allows the acquisition is solid and usually consists of silicon, and the most used technology in the industrial field is called CCD.
The main difference with a linear camera is in the resolution: linear cameras in fact have a very high spatial resolution. The matrix camera, on the other hand, at the expense of quality, presents a totally different vision of depth and space, providing a better perception of distance and details.
The industrial matrix cameras offered by Digimax comply with CE, FCC, UL and RoHS certifications and guarantee excellent image quality. The most popular features are:
- Operating temperature and stable quality guaranteed;
- The support of the FFC function;
- GigE interface to provide a bandwidth of 1 Gbps and guarantee transmission up to 100m;